Turnagain Arm bore tide: a never ending pleasure

A group of Stand Up Paddle surfers has enjoyed te pleasures of the Turnagain Arm bore tides.

Scott Dickerson led Eric Newberry, Dave Calkins and Mike McCune through a glassy surfing session near the Seward Highway, by the Kenai Mountains.

These SUP surfers rode the incoming tide from Peterson Creek to as far as the Twenty Mile River.

The photo was captured by Scott Dickerson's paramotor.

Michael Burling: like ballet

On Saturday the 11th of September, the 60 contestant strong draw of the 2010 North Island Longboard Champs took to the water at Forestry Beach, Mangawhai.

Conditions were extremely challenging, with 1-2ft waves (the odd 3ft set as the day progressed) and an onshore Nor-east wind - a multiple peak contest situation. With many of NZ's top longboarders present at the event however, there was an amazing display of surfing put on.

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Destination 3 Degrees: linking a place called Hawaii

Jenny Kalmbach and Morgan Hoesterey will be holding a premiere for their movie Destination 3 Degrees, on October 2nd.

The event will take place at the Hobie store in Dana Point, California, from 7-10pm.

The movie will be shown during the same weekend as the “Battle of the Paddle” event, and the girls are expecting a big turnout.

They are excited to be able to share their experience of crossing all nine of Hawaii’s open-ocean channels by SUP.

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