Posts Tagged ‘Dolphins’

Round the World Surf Charter by Rob Ward

The Circumnavigation of Orinoco Flo Part 2 by Rob Ward PART ONE FINISHED happily in Bayona on January 17th. The ‘Bay of Biscuit’ (Hils) had done its worst and the ship of fools had sailed into northern Spain on the back of a northeasterly gale with all nine relieved and happy – seven thinking that […]


Postcards from Pacey

Ian Pacey is half way round the world enjoying some great waves and living the life. Ian and SJ have so far been to Singapore, Indonesia, Australia and are now in New Zealand. Here are a few images and comments from Ian. I will update as and when Ian uploads more, or you can check out all of Ian’s pics on flickr. Ian Pacey Pacey Psychedelic Surfer SJ New Zealand Australia Indonesia Bali Indicators Raglan Ruapuke Indi’s Manu Manu Bay Shipwrecks Shipwreck Bay Pataua Cover up Cover-up Noosa Dolphins Bottlenose Dolphins Alexandra Bay Broken Head Narrabeen LennoHead LennoDawn Patrol Dawn Coofs Harbour Manly Sydney Freshwater Beach Palm Beach Bondi Bondi Lineup Dee Why Warriewood Humpback Humpback Whale Cape Solander Cronulla NSW New South Wales Queensland Victoria Johanna Winkipop Uluwatu Wave machine Racetrack line up The Peak Ulus Ulu’s Cutback Air Psychedelic dancing Balangan Belangan Impossibles Sick Bingin Glass Glassy Lembongan Low tide Nusa Lembongan Medewi Balian


Save the Whales

Paul, Ritchie and Richard

On Wednesday 17th November of 1993 myself (Paul Blackley) and Richard Harvey were on our way to the South Island of New Zealand in search of waves. We had traveled down from New Plymouth and were on the cross Island ferry about to disembark at Picton at 10pm when we heard a call on local radio from the Dept. of Conservation for volunteers to help to try and rescue stranded Long-finned Pilot Whales at Farewell Spit, Golden Bay, South Island, New Zealand.