“Outracing the exploding lip of a breaking wave is like ski-ing in front of an avalanche” says Sean Collins of SurfLine Surf Forecaster.
Since the ancient Hawaiians first slid shoreward on their hand-carved Olo boards, riding the biggest wave of the day has
“Waves are not measured in feet and inches, they are measured in increments of fear” Buzzy Trent
Surfers measure waves from the back so if the biggest wave of the day was 30 feet according to their measurements you will find that to
Cortes Bank (or Cortez as some spell it) became such a fascinating study that I couldn’t resist posting more information on it. I think it’s the ultimate extreme wave – but if you feel there is one out there even
I thought I had fairly comprehensively covered this catagory, but on a subject like this one, I don’t think you ever can. So here are a few more seriously gnarly waves to keep you entertained… Desert Point, Lombok, Indonesia Desert Point is