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- 29 January 2014 | Travel
With 491 kilometers of coastline, Poland is one of the most unique surfing countries in Central Europe.
Poland has many neighbours. It is bordered by Germany to the west, the Czech Republic and Slovakia to the south, Ukraine and Belarus to the east, and Russia's Kaliningrad Oblast, Lithuania, and the Baltic Sea to the north.
The Baltic Sea has its secrets. In order to get waves for surfing, Polish riders have to wait for strong onshore winds to build swell followed by a brief period of cross or offshore winds.
- 06 December 2013 | Travel
São Tomé and Príncipe is an island nation with several different types of waves, and exciting natural attractions.
The Atlantic archipelago is located off the western equatorial coast of Central Africa, about 160 miles (260 kilometers) from the northwestern coast of Gabon.
São Tomé and Príncipe - composed of São Tomé, Príncipe and Rolas - is a perfect surfing destination in Africa. Uncrowded pointbreaks, amazing wildlife and exquisite cocoa and coffee plantations.
- 29 November 2013 | Travel
What if a pink water wind spot had the perfect sailing conditions for speed addicts? Meet the Hutt Lagoon, a different salt lake located in Western Australia.
The Hutt Lagoon is the ultimate wind challenge. With its 14 kilometers in length, 2.3 kilometers of maximum width and a maximum depth of 0.65 meters, it could be the last frontier of speed sailing.
Lying a few meters below sea level, the Hutt Lagoon presents an unusual characteristic that would certainly impress female windsurfers and female kiteboarders. Its waters are pure pink. Bright rose.