Just 600 miles of perilous ocean separate Chilean Patagonia from Antarctica, so who better to pioneer surfing on the White Continent than Chile’s big-wave legend, Ramón Navarro?
Clearly the waves weren’t epic, but their search reaps more rewards than earlier attempts, and as Ramón states, “it’s not going to end here.”
Guillermo Cobo flying high at home in the Canaries
Photo Gallery of the goods on offer in southern Sumatra over the weekend
A chance to get your artwork imprinted on a custom Fourth at Surf Bettys festival in Newquay
A teaser for Matt Lackey's new bodyboard project, showcasing some of the best heavy waves the world has on offer