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Back Issues 101-105


Our back issues are timeless editions of beauty, intelligence and lifelong sources of information and inspiration.

Issue 101

- Land Sea Sky - Tony Butt on sea level rise, and Dan Crockett in Patagonia

A social media free adventure throguh Britain and Ireland

Ben Selway fighting cancer and keeping shooting and plans for the future

Mike Kew - A low key journey throguh bits of the pacific you have never heard of

Lea Brassy - Trying to be a travelling surf pro and a Patagonia/Eco activist

A wild few days stuck in a blizzard on the Greenland sea

Surfing vs Big Oil About The Surfer’s Path

Issue 102

, Master shaper and tubesmith Neal Purchase Jnr

Adventure in The Congo

Tony Butt - The cost of losing waves Environment - Can we still fly to surf?

Lucia Griggi - Breaking ground as a female photographer, incredible photography

Hull to Helsinki - What would you do if you got a job in Finland? You'd drive the coast of Norway to get there...

Van life - The realities of giving up bricks and mortar

Incredible Gallery Instant Surf - St Agnes local Matt Smith on shooting surf culture with a polaroid

New England - With Brian Nevins

New Zealand - With Mark McInnis, Dane Gadauskas, Pete Devries and Noah Cohen

Cornwall - An outsiders perspective

East Anglia - Dan Crockett and Jack John

Isolation tales from - India, Indonesia, Canada, Ireland, Scotland, Mexico and Marocco Land Sea Sky And as always and Epic Gallery


We have three very personal views of how the ocean is changing around our coastline from Wales, Scotland and Norfolk.

We chat to some of the leading environmental groups to see what the realities are, and what is ultimately the end game when it comes to achieving results in environmental campaigns.

We also speak to a sociologists about how positives in humanity are driving local changes and ocean protection. We also speak to a tourism expert, to see how development has damaged coastal regions, and how unwittingly surfing has been used as a trailblazer into some areas.

It's not all Ocean though, we have five epic lockdown adventures, one in Indo with Eugene Tollemache and friends, one in Devon, one in Wales and one in Cornwall. Plus and incredible lockdown voyage from Sardinia to Australia

Issue 105

We look at exactly where the limits of surfing are, from a perspective of the physical limits of the human body, the size that swells can actually get, what constitutes a big wave, and where that ultimate wave will be ridden.
Travel -
Hawaii - One reader recounts his first time on the north shore
Scotland - A reef in Scotland, barely rideable and surfed for years.
El Salvador - Mark Boyd on a pre-covid mission to central America
Ireland - Surfing every coastal county in Ireland.
France - Three classic tales from the world's favourite stretch of beach breaks.
Plus the usual - Land Sea Sky, epic gallery, agree to disagree

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