This wave is hidden around the corner from one of the most popular tourist attractions in the area. Still, be surprised if anyone has ever surfed it. Eric Geiselman, a luxurious pioneer.
Wide arms. Wide eyes. Wide open. When the Caribbean starts to look like this, Eric Geiselman knows to enjoy the view.
This ferry ride was a nightmare. 4-hours through 10–feet of swell and sideways wind chop. We were told to focus on a point out the window and hold our gaze to avoid seasickness. For Luke and Dunphy, it worked. For most of the other passengers, not so much.
All Photos: Jimmicane
Last winter, Jimmy Wilson and I went to the Caribbean. Twice. We dragged six surfers to five different islands. We spent money — lots of it. We drank too much rum. We blazed new trails and hiked old mountains that led us to waves that have rarely, if ever, been surfed. We revisited old favorites and found them even better than we remembered. We went out on set in the Caribbean. —Zander Morton
For the full story from our trip(s), grab our May issue, available on newsstands now. Consider this a tease.