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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…

El Salvador has the greatest density of population—and right points—of any country in Central America. What its shores lack in terms of an...

Details: Bohemia Bunglaows, a fully functioning surf camp in Burgos Bay, Philippines, is for sale. A four bedroom guest house with first floor restaurant/bar is included, and a separate...

Glen DeWitt learned hydrodynamics from his father. As an employee of NASA and the Ames Research Center, in what is now Silicon Valley, the elder...

“The Cape isn’t on the way to anywhere else,” explains Cape Cod-born writer Ethan Stewart in issue 23.4. “Because of this geographic twist, out-of...

Donald Takayama tintype portrait by Joni Sternbach, for her “Surfland” series. “It’s a historic process generally associated with American Civil...

When shooting from a telephoto lens was a skill not yet replaced by advancements in camera technology, Spyder Wills was one of surfing’s most...

“With all the agileness, timing and grace of a person half his size, coupled with the most advanced equipment, Ben’s dimensions give him a...

Photographer Logan Murray has been documenting the wave-scapes of New Zealand for more than four decades. Known for delivering particularly...

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

Details: Well appointed three bedroom, two bath home located on Weke Road (the beach road) that winds along Hanalei Bay. Hanalei Bay’s surf spots are well within view and are easily...