Best surf movies

Hollywood is in California, a state that has important stages of world surfing. But it's funny that Hollywood has rarely been willing to face the waves and make good surf movies. I am not sure why, but I imagine that, even with special effects, it must be difficult to make perfect surf scenes with professional actors. Although the last one I saw (Aguas rasas), it was already very well done....
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Other types of surf spots

What will we see in this article? Point breaks Reef-breaks Beach-breaks Other types of surf spots In the articles I write about surfing, I always try to pass the best wind and wave conditions for each peak. I believe that some of you who have read these articles may have already gone through the situation of planning in anticipation of the right conditions, and even then, the peak does not work. Don't swear at me or say that adrenaline10 was wrong. To make a decent wave forecast, ripple and wind are not always enough....
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How to Choose the Ideal Surfboard?

There are so many possibilities for a board, that just thinking about which one to choose, even if you have saved the necessary money, becomes torture. What length and width? More edge or less edge? Do I put a deck? And the tail, which shape? Beak thinner or flatter? How many and which keels? And the leash? The ideal surfboard will depend on several factors: the sea you usually surf, your learning stage, your size and weight are the main ones. What is the secret to finding the ideal surfboard, then? I would say the big secret is to test as many options as possible before starting to build your quiver....
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Best waves from the South and Southeast of Brazil to surf

Luckily for us, we live in a country with many options for those who want to surf. However, most of the best surf spots in Brazil are beach breaks, that is, they have a sandy bottom, which is good from the point of view of decreasing the risk of injuries, but bad from the point of view of lack of frequency. . It is not uncommon for us to have to hope for a swell, because the sea is completely flat, which does not happen in peaks with rock or coral bottom, which end up having waves, even if small....
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Best surf spots in Florianópolis

Florianópolis has some of the best surf spots in Brazil. The best time to surf on the island is in winter when the biggest swells usually appear, but the geography of the island ends up making surfing possible almost 365 days a year. Along with the beautiful people who live or frequent the island, this makes Floripa one of the favorite destinations for Brazilian and foreign surfers....
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Discover the 10 Biggest Waves in Brazil for Surfing

Brazil is far from being part of the right destinations for big riders (giant wave surfers) in search of big swells throughout the year. But there are some peaks that, depending on the conditions, can scare even the most experienced. Some are more consistent in the right season and others only work in the big hangovers for the bravest....
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How does the World Surfing Championship work?

The history of surfing in Brazil is quite long. Some say that it started in the 40's, others 50, it had its professionalization in the 80's and finally it seems that it fell in favor of the Brazilians through the good performances of the Brazilian storm - nickname given to the very talented Brazilian generation that today competes in the World Surfing Championship (World Tour Championship), the elite of world surfing....
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The best wave forecasting sites

One of the biggest challenges for those who are starting to surf, or practice other sports with a board, is to be able to decipher whether a nearby peak will work in the next few days or not. Especially for those who live in Brazil, with our sandy bottom beaches and more irregular wave formation, learning to make a reliable wave forecast can save a lot of time and travel....
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History of Surf in Rio de Janeiro

The first signs of the arrival of surf in Rio de Janeiro date from the 1940s and 1950s. It is not known exactly how the sport arrived. Some say they were airline employees, others talk about tourists, some in American films that already printed the sport on the screens, but the truth is that, at that time, Cariocas were already seen on wooden boards made by themselves gliding on waves on Arpoador Beach....
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