On a far-flung island surrounded by thriving seas and powerful surf, Ramón Navarro, Léa Brassy and Kohl Christensen learn how residents are protecting their wild waters and wild fish.
As Dave Rastovich explains, when a fish-farming company set its sights on King Island and the perfect peaks of Martha Lavinia beach, they also picked a fight with surfers from far and wide.
Chile’s rich waters are being depleted and polluted by industrial fish farming. Surfer and activist Ramón Navarro dives into the issue and tells us why he’s choosing wild oceans over artificial seas.
Paige Alms grew up just a few miles from the big waves of Pe‘ahi, where her extraordinary drive and dedication have helped her break down barriers and set a new standard for women’s big-wave surfing.
Featuring Dave Rastovich, Wayne Lynch and friends, SURFER Magazine’s 2018 movie of the year explores Australia’s remote coastlines—and what surfers and locals are willing to do to keep them wild.
A conversation with legends Gerry Lopez and Wayne Lynch as they swap stories about influence, innovation and how surfing taught them to go left when the whole establishment was going right.
A decade ago, Liz Clark set sail aboard Swell. Sharing tales of wind, waves and the learning that lies beyond the horizon, this book tells the story of Liz’s voyage in her own open-hearted words.
The Reef Beneath
On a two-week sailing and diving expedition, Wayne Lynch, Belinda Baggs and Kimi Werner find that the Great Barrier Reef is as vulnerable as it is beautiful—and time is running out fast to save it.
Sometimes it pays to chase a rumor, like when Ramón Navarro, Kohl Christensen, Otto Flores and local chargers scored dredging, eight-foot barrels at a sandbar point that had likely never been surfed.
Directed by Keith Malloy, FISHPEOPLE tells the stories of a unique cast of characters who have dedicated their lives to the sea. Featuring Dave Rastovich, Kimi Werner, Matahi Drollet and friends.
Behind the Seams
Follow Dave Rastovich as he travels to Sri Lanka to learn more about Fair Trade certification—an important first step to bettering the garment industry—and finds some waves to ride along the way.
The Fisherman’s Son
Ramón Navarro found his passion riding the biggest waves on the planet. But his accomplishments in giant surf are just one part of a vision to protect the culture and environment of the Chilean coast.
Combining their passions for the ocean and the mountains, Léa Brassy and Vincent Colliard set out on an unsupported, self-powered ski mission to access the remote waves of northern Iceland.