Tahitian Scream

By the end of the 1990s, tow surfing had been exported to Maverick’s, and surfers there were soon catapulting themselves into waves nearly equal in size to those at Jaws—more evidence that a good part of big-wave surfing’s future would be motor-driven. At the same time, as familiarity settled in, the corresponding thrill of the whole tow-in enterprise began to drop incrementally. The breakthrough ...

Subscribe or Login

Plans start at $5, cancel anytimeTrouble logging-in? Contact us.