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Marshall Islands Surf - Indies Trader

Check out the new issue of Surfer – Forgotton Isles Article

Featuring a recent session with Kelly Slater, Ross Williams, Bill Hartley, Abe Lerner and Mark Cunningham, with a little help from Martin Daly and the Indies Trader I

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The Goodwin Project, a family who is challenging convention and finding the best places on earth, came to the marshalls with us.

 

” Together with a small film crew the Goodwins will document how they are changed by their travels, and the effect they have on their acquaintances, hosts, friends and ticket agents as they circumnavigate our planet, through 18 countries and four seasons. This is the story of their encounters with the world.”

 

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Bigger and Better? E.S.P.N covers Red Bull’s “Super Trip” E.S.P.N. offers a comprehensive look into Red Bull’s Super Trip including links to photo galleries and a myriad of videos – enjoy!

Recent Indo super trip raises the bar—and some eyebrows. What do you get when you combine the biggest surf charter in Indo and 13 of the world’s best surfers? Besides an instant crowd, you get a glimpse into the future.

Article on ESPN.com

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Jordy’s Perfect Rodeo

Jordy Smith nails a perfect rodeo clown flip in the Mentawais.

This clip is from a trip the Red Bull surf team took on the Indies Trader IV in May 2009.
This entire trip they scored great waves with this air by Jordy putting the punctuation mark on two weeks of solid waves!

Clip hosted on Surfline.com

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Surfing Disneyland

Surfline covers Red Bull’s “Super Trip in this 30 image
article featuring Mick Fanning, Jordy Smith, Julian Wilson, and more…

“Progression is one word that comes to mind. Hell, Jordy Smith pulled an ultra smooth rodeo flip, Julian got ultra deep on his backhand, and Kolohe Andino punted in front of his heroes. In fact, 13 total surfers were aboard the Indies Trader IV. Sound a little busy? When they’re elite athletes, the inst crowd on board simply pushed the level of surfing to about 13 on a scale of 1 to 10.”

Read the full article at Surfline.com

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Red Bull Mentawai: Anatomy of a Super Trip

Words like “epic”, “all-time”, and “classic” are heard all too often around the island chain that is the Mentawais… these are the words that come way too easily on the tongue in this swell-pounded region. You’ll be standing on the deck of a surf-charter boat sipping a cold one and the words might drift across the water to you…”awesome”, “best session ever”, “off-the-scale”. Maybe this renders them meaningless for when the real deal comes along. So you might forgive me for pinching myself as I stand on the back of the Indies Trader IV chatting to Mick Fanning after a barrel-fest session at Rags Right when he says “That’s got to be one of the top 5 barrel sessions I’ve ever had”.

Read the full article on Red Bull Surfing’s website

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Wave of Compassion: More Than Your Average Boat Trip For 10 days in October, an elite crew of surfers and photographers joined one grand prize winner on an epic voyage from Nias to the Mentawais.

This wasn’t your normal boat trip: Our goal was to meet the local people and see the work of SurfAid International in action. SurfAid offers a chance to give something back through health projects that promote community-based, self-help solutions. Primary goals include combating Malaria and rebuilding communities damaged by the tsunami and earthquake.

Full Article on Surfline.com