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Find a comfortable perch. Peel the envelope. Crack the covers. Smell real ink. The new Journal is in your hands. Lombok, Indonesia. Cape Cod, Mass. Kaimuki, Oahu. An unnamed island in the South Pac. A sandbar in the south of France. This issue takes you on a journey, introducing you to a surprising clutch of varied and accomplished surfers. Here’s a sneak look at what’s in store…

Blackie’s, Newport’s classic beachbreak, bordering the pier and the 28th Street Jetty, carries the weight of its history lightly, constantly...

In his article for issue 23.4 of TSJ (“Straight Back to the Cuckoo’s Nest”), Matt Rott gives praise to function-first surfboard design. At his...

Details: Spectacular three level home with panoramic Indian Ocean views, ideally situated between Yallingup and Margaret River in Western Australia...

This year Peter Maguire has written stories for The Surfer’s Journal on 70s Thai Stick smuggling and Navy SEAL Ivan Trent. Without trying to, his...

In September 2012, the directors of San Diego’s Mingei International Museum invited me to curate an exhibition of surfboards at the...

Details: Unique opportunity for condo or home ownership in brand new community on the Pacific coast of Panama.Situated right on the ocean on the Azuero Peninsula, with multiple fun sand-...

What brought Mick Fanning to Caribbean backwaters more commonly inhabited by turtle poachers and tax evaders? Sure, it’s a quick hit from the...

Brian Conley has made a reputation whipping into Mainland Mex beachbreak via jet-ski-assisted step-offs. But packing tubes in the more traditional...

Before Rick Griffin made his more well-known contributions to Surfer magazine and the psychedelic poster art scene, he was just another kid...

Due to the sheer volume of flawless surf occupying the memory of Indo stalwarts like Anthony Marcotti, "best ever" days are in fact only the "most...