Take a deep breath, and relax. What you're about to witness is not computer-generated imagery (CGI).

This is real. This is surfing at Skeleton Bay, in Namibia. It is probably the longest barreling wave in the world.

The good news is that you don't need to be a pro to find your moment of zen. In other words, even the average weekend warrior will find tube time at Skeleton Bay.

In this clip, Bianca Buitendag, Kepa Acero, Natxo Gonzalez, Alex Smith, Matt Bromley, Jordy Maree, Jonathan Gubbins, and Benji Brand found their moments of greatness.

Surf forecasting is the process or method of predicting the behavior of swells and the breaking of the waves near the coastline.

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Origami is the ancient art of paper folding. Kites were probably invented in China around 500 BC. Let's blend both crafts and make a simple, high-flying Origami kite.

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On November 26, 2018, the World Surf League (WSL) suspended the iconic Peahi Challenge, in Maui. Why? There was too much wind, and the conditions were too gnarly for big wave surfing.

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