Tuesday, 7 February 2017

Maldives don't over look anything

A little lesson for us to not overlook anything, ever. 

In our search for waves over the years we've surfed some areas heavily for a few years and then kind of moved on from that area as the crowds increased. This wave below was surfed a few times then had been left alone by us. By chance we were passing through the area again and thought it'd be worth a paddle out. It was a very small swell but this reef was picking up every bit that the ocean had to offer. It is not a coincidence that we've surfed it a couple of times since under the same conditions. It's moments like these that make me flick back through my mind through certain reefs and wonder again, maybe there is another one that we overlooked a little and should double check some things. In saying this it is definitely only a wave for very experienced surfers as it is very shallow and fast, but if that's what your after let's go. 

Friday, 2 October 2015

On the Pump

These were taken the following day, once the wind had backed off and the swell started to hit the reef a little better. Short, sharp and sweet.

Tuesday, 29 September 2015

Next Spot

A ridiculously fun day spent with the boys trading waves. Shout out to Antony and Thomas for kind of sharing the same wave.

Monday, 28 September 2015

The coolest cat in the biz, Asher Pacey landed himself the cover of Tracks while hanging with us earlier this year. Shot by Simon Williams. 
Yeah lads.


Saturday, 26 September 2015


After our first surf of the trip we bailed to find something by ourselves. We hung at this right for a couple of days waiting for the swell to and wind to sort it's self out.

Thursday, 24 September 2015

Straight off the Plane

A early anchor pull on the first morning and we were jumping off the boat straight into this. Not a bad way to kick off your trip.

Monday, 21 September 2015

Finishing Up

The sun shone bright for these guys on the last few days of their Charter. It was a bit of a tricky one with small swell and some funky winds. The boys were out their though, taking full advantage on what was on offer.