Most of us have ridden a bicycle, and for some of us, it took a while to feel comfortable on the bike. The winter sport of ice skating was another “balance” sport that takes some practice. Water skiing and surfing are two sports that have a bit more danger to them, and in order to […]
When choosing a surfboard, one thing you don’t want to forget about is the shape of the tail. Surfboards come with different-shaped tails…(Read More)
If you are a dog owner, you know that some dogs love to be in the water. I mean, they REALLY love to be in the water. Give…(Read More)
So you want to become a surfer? Here’s how you do it. Your first step is to watch other people surf. You could start off by watching a surfing movie, or just go to the beach where people are surfing. Indeed, maybe this is what brought you here in the first place – inspiration! At […]
Body surfing has to be one of the purest sports around, with nothing between you and the powerful surge of the sea. It’s full of thrills (and spills).
Learning how to do it is usually simply a matter of monkey-see, monkey-do with a dash of trial and error mixed in. But as you experiment and practice, keep these pointers in mind.
Surfing is challenging and great fun! People surf world wide. The art of surfing, or he’enalu in the Hawaiian language, was first described in 1769 by Joseph Banks on his ship, the HMS Endeavour, back in the days of Captain Cook. As he explored the Pacific, I am sure he experienced many different kinds of […]
Cave surfing, also known as rock barrel surfing, is basically when a surfer catches a wave near the entrance of a cave, and rides it through the cave, and then out the other side. You obviously don’t want to surf into a cave that just goes in deeper and gets darker and narrower. That’s a […]
In the search for the best and most excellent surf spots, we move to the south-east coast of America. Florida the warm state surrounded with the mighty waters of the Atlantic on the east and the Mexican Gulf on the west, and destination for travelers around the world. But we can practically see you grabbing your Mr. […]
Did you know that Hawaii is the birthplace of surfing? It happened back in 1779 when the first known written document about surfing was made just a few months after the death of the famous explorer, Captain Cook. The author of the text about surfing or he’e nalu, (which means to slide on the waves) […]
Jaws, Maui Jaws, or as they call it Pe’ahi in Hawaiian, is the biggest, and perhaps the most dangerous surf spot you can find in Hawaii. Imagine a blue beastly wave with a height of 120 feet (rumor has it, we don’t claim anything for sure) that just teases you and your board to go […]