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While TSJ doesn’t produce “theme” issues, our next edition could be seen as a surf traveler’s wish book. From surprising spins on familiar places—Chile, Bali, Florida—to rarely-visited resources like the Azores and the Bay of Fundy, 23.2 is an exercise in global surf reportage. In the transit lounge, you’ll find the typically vivid assortment of culture, profiles, and wave energy. Strap in.

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Details: 3 bedroom, 3 bathroom waterfront property with multiple indoor and outdoor living areas and decks, overlooking the left at Whale Bay.Rare opportunity to own one of only seven...

Russian surfing was incubated on Bali. The top Russian surfers live on Bali and many of them learned to ride waves in the frothy nuclear...

Details: Three bedroom Hawaiian style custom home on nearly an acre of well kept grounds with incredible views in every direction - including Diamond Head and the ocean...

By now Nathan Fletcher is as familiar as anyone with a whole range of big-wave beatings, from relatively mild to narrowly survivable. In issue 23....

Photographer Jack Belli takes an otherwise unremarkable day at Huntington Beach and makes it look like somewhere most surfers wouldn't mind...

Hobie Alter, 80, Palm Desert, CA, succumbed on March 29, 2014, after a stubborn fight with cancer that lasted five years. He came to surfing as a teenager in the Laguna Beach of the 1940s...

In issue 23.2, Nathan Fletcher and Kohl Christensen report back to TSJ after surfing a couple new big-wave spots in central and northern Chile....

The making of Tony Edwards’ Captain Goodvibes comic strips was in its own way as crude as the final product. When asked about his approach to...

Mikala Jones’ bent for capturing POV barrel footage may seem a function of the larger, more recent tendency among surfers to self-document. But a...

Taj Burrow finds spacious dwellings at Rabbits, the beachbreak that fronts his luxe Yallingup, West Oz home. "It can be a tricky wave to surf,”...