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Morocco

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Noa Deane rips so bewilderingly hard, it's almost impossible to relate to his quick-twitch pop art in the water. What we can connect with is Deane's model for a perfect surf trip: 1.) Surf it all: small or big, windy or clean, closing-out or wide-open, night or day; 2.) Embrace it all: the environment, the natives, the architecture, every element and sensory detail; 3.) Diversify it all: Start in cold points, throw in a few beachies and end in tropical reefs. This isn't just one way to do it. This is the best way to do it.


An inside look at the culture and lifestyle surrounding surfing in Morocco.


A group of tube hunters score mind boggling surf in North Africa.


Locals

Brazilians Gabriel Garcia, Guilherme Tripa and Cleyton Nunes , exploring Uruguay with local surfer Marco Giorgi.


Trailers

A late night invasion somewhere on the Moroccan coast.


Thirdstone Films is excited to announce the release of acclaimed videographer Pete Matthews' latest film, "Under the Radar." This unique take on the life of the traveling surfer combines high-performance surfing by some of the world's best surfers with stunning cinematography. More than just an action-packed surf movie, "Under the Radar" digs deep into what accompanies the countless barrels by revealing the cultures, colors and customs behind the great waves.


Webisodes

Eneko Acero and Natxo Gonzalez explore the Moroccan coast during the "Hercules" swell.


Frederico Morais lays it on rail during his last six months surfing in Mex, Morocco and Portugal.


So, I got a message from Stokesy in Morocco: "Chart looks pumping for Sunday onwards, get out here!" Seeing that its only a three hour flight to Casablanca, I was thinking, "yeah lets do it, thats easy!" What he didn't say was to take the seven hour national express to Gatwick, fly to Casablanca, get a taxi at midnight for thirty minutes into downtown, find a hotel, don't get abducted, take the first 8 a.m. train an hour north to Rabat, don't get robbed and we will meet you at the train station to drive twelve hours south to surf a point. Oh, and the cars radiator is broken and we can't go faster than 50mph! It sounds like a mission, and it was, but we were rewarded for our torture! The point was pumping, sun was shinning and just a handful out! Magreb Dreaming = Sunset Dreaming. This episode is one I have wanted to do since the start for a number of reasons, being a filmmaker the Western Saharan coastline offers so much in the way of culture, landscapes and an abundance of incredible waves. Most of all, I wanted to put Stokesy on a quality right hand point-break to show his mix of progressive surfing with the traditional rail work and style. In one session during the trip (the left hander), we were having a shocker all day. The waves weren't really cooperating, and the ones that did Stokesy would be bogging every rail he could find. After hours of flogging a dead horse, we stopped for lunch which consisted of a bowl of Lentils and a strong coffee, then straight back out there. That was basically the secret formula for going big, he literally couldn't put a foot wrong and got some of the most progressive footage to date! Lentils and Coffee people! Big thanks to Saber Atmen at moroccosurfadventures.com, without him we would never of surfed the waves we did!


A short, remarkable journey down south with Nic Von Rupp.


Aritz, Hodei and Gony conclude the year 2012 with draining right tubes.


Frederico Morais explores the point breaks of Morocco before scoring an epic day in Italy.


Jerome Sahyoun takes us around the globe to Indo, Tahiti and Morocco.


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Mendia scores lengthy backside tube rides in North Africa.