Eric Geiselman, Bree Kleintop, Oliver Kurtz, and Quincy Davis — out on the loveliest set of all.
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.
Quincy Davis? Yeah, we’re a big fan.
Lucky surfboard — as in, that’s Bree Kleintop’s lucky surfboard. Pervert.
Turn down for what? Oliver Kurtz.
The allure of a beautiful woman. Oliver’s eyes tell one story… Quincy’s shirt, another.
Yeah…. you’d probably claim this one, too. Eric Geiselman.
The softest touch. Oliver Kurtz.
Somewhere, out there… you’ve only 700 islands to search.
“Come on babe, you missed the grab on that last one!” Bree Kleintop, the best (looking) advice.
Eric Geiselman, off the rocks.
Wide arms. Wide eyes. Wide open. When the Caribbean starts to look like this, Eric Geiselman knows to enjoy the view.
In your wildest of dreams. Bree Kleintop.
Sebastian Inlet taught Oliver Kurtz well.
Michael Dunphy and Luke Davis. #Grinding.
Michael Dunphy and Luke Davis. #Scoring.
Men who ride (under) mountains. Luke Davis
All blue everything. Luke Davis.
“Somewhere, over the rainbow…” Mike and Luke, chasing a ballad...
…And finding the elusive pot of gold.
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.
Michael Dunphy, for the birds.