Na última quinta-feira (1), as linhas de Skeleton Bay amanheceram nervosas com a presença de um big swell na costa da Namíbia. o irlandês Ollie O’Flaherty e o havaiano Benji Brandi viajaram 42 horas, tiveram voos cancelados e pranchas perdidas, mas conseguiram chegar a tempo para encarar o pico. Confira no clipe acima.
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Desert 💀 . 📸 @fish_edd . Boards and clothes never arrived ' surfed @benjibrand boards. Travelled 42 hours 10 more than I should have ' flew to an airport in the desert that planes only land on clear days? We were told that we will try to fly there and land a second day and if the fog passes we make it ' and well ' we made it. No words or emotions can describe this experience from the lowest of lows to the highest of highs . . Met epic new people and hooked up with old mates 🙌🙌🙌 Some @gopro to come later . Just have to try to fly home first 🙄🐳 . . @cskinswetsuits @surfears @cassetteoptics_surf @codedsurfboards @ride_skincare @keebunga . . @franksolomon @fish_edd @alexsmith_ @benjibrand @gearoidmcdaid @tajamos @sethphitides @capturedsessions @koasmith @freepiet @natemcnasty @_ryanhill_ @alanvangysen And many more I cant remember tags for. Thanks for the help everyone 🙌🙌🙌🙌🙌🙌 . . #surf #surfing #namibia #skeletonbay #waves #tubes #joy #love #happiness #slavetothesea