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Episode 104: Lin Pardey

Lin Pardey – 200k miles of sailing, dual circumnavigations, book author In her early 20’s, Lin Pardey found her calling to live a sailing life at sea. 50 years later and over 200,000 miles sailed, Lin has completed 2 circumnavigations of the world, enjoyed countless adventures at sea, and sailed some of the heaviest water...

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Episode 105: Nik Strong-Cvetich

Nik Strong-Cvetich — Save The Waves Coalition, protecting surf ecosystems around the world Nik Strong-Cevitch has travelled around the world setting up conservation and ecostourism projects in coastal communities. As a lifelong surfer NIk has been able to blend his love of surf with his professional abilities and now leads the Save The Waves Coalition...

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Episode 101: Maria Fernanda

Maria Fernanda — big wave surf photography, fins and a camera Maria Fernanda swims with fins and a camera in waves that most of us won’t paddle out for. As a native of Mexico City, Maria found her love of the ocean through years of family trips to the coast to ultimately discovering natural strength...

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Episode 102: Scott Kennedy

Scott Kennedy — jack of many trades in the ocean ** Episode 102 ** Every now and then you meet someone who blows you away with their strength across multiple disciplines in the water. Scott Kennedy is one of those people. As a fisherman, surfer, diver, spear fisherman, boater, and more Scott takes us through...

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Episode 100: John Kowitz

John Kowitz — underwater photography, world travel, ocean conservation John Kowitz left the cold, fresh waters of Michigan to find his calling in warm, tropical waters around the world. As an underwater photographer John has captured stunning shots of people, animals, and scenes in places like Hawaii, Bahamas, Costa Rica, and more. While developing his...

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Episode 99: Zeb Walsh

Zeb Walsh — prone paddling Bass Straight, winning Molokai 2 Oahu, big wave rescue training Episode 99!! Zeb Walsh grew up in the waters of Southern Australia to become a world-class ocean athlete with a strong focus on long-distance and semi-crazy endurance events. Today Zeb shares his stories of winning the Molokai 2 Oahu paddle board race,...

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Episode 98: Greg Lewandowski

Greg Lewandowski — boat captain, scuba instructor, freediver, fisherman, photographer Born in Poland and raised in the cold ocean waters of Maine, Greg Lewandowski began scuba diving at age 9, running boats, and developing a strong love for being in the ocean at a young age. Today he takes us through his stories of living...

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Episode 97: James Casey

James Casey – winning Molokai 2 Oahu, foiling, coaching, surfing In episode 97, we hear the stories of professional athlete and man of the water, James Casey, who takes us down his path from a young grom taking his beatings in Hawaiian surf to the dominant standup paddle boarder he is today, winning the infamous...

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Episode 96: Hayley-Jo Carr

Hayley-Jo Carr — scuba diving, coral restoration, Bahamas In episode 96 I spend time with Hayley-Jo Carr, a woman dedicated to marine conservation in the Bahamas. Hayley-Jo takes us through her youth on the coast of England to finding her passion for scuba diving and undersea life on vacation in the Whitsunday Islands of Australia....

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Episode 95: Kevin Dunn

Kevin Dunn — sunscreen pioneer, surfer, environmentalist In episode 95 I speak with Kevin Dunn, founder and operator of BurnOut Suncare, one of the first environmentally-friendly and health conscious sunscreens to hit the market almost 20 years ago. Kevin takes us through his days of living and surfing on Maui, traveling and surfing Indonesia, to...

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