How To Surf Ireland, Scotland and England

Here’s a peak at a wave rich landscape often overlooked. While we may have seen some of the gems Ireland has to offer the barrel hungry surfer, it turns out there’s a wave for everyone in the British Isles, Ireland and Scotland. Here’s an adventure that should inspire you to cancel you Indo surf trip…

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Féileacán (And The Lost Weekend) : with Fergal Smith, Noah Lane and Friends

Féileacán – (And the Lost Weekend) from Finisterre on Vimeo. Féileacán (pronounced fell-er-kun), is the Irish word for Butterfly. Its precise meaning, however, is somewhat elusive, for as well as meaning butterfly, it also refers to the brightness or lightning of the Gods, and to the magical flame of fire. What is known is that…

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Nature And Winter Surfing In The northwest Of Ireland

“The movie is trying to depict a feeling of compassion for nature and the groove of winter surfing in the North west of Ireland. The concept is about not being obsessed by the past or future, but to free yourself from the dis-eases of life by focussing on the present moment.” – Filmmaker, Yuji Shimobayashi moment bye…

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London Surf Film Fest Shorties

As part of the London Surf/FIlm Festival,  there is a short film contest open exclusively to British and Irish filmmakers – it’s about showcasing the wealth of creative talents locally. There are 18 films long-listed for one award, and voting is open to everyone worldwide. We picked out four of our favorites and have information about…

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Growing, ep. 14

Fergal Smith is still “Growing,” with episode 14 of this incredible surfing/farming series. Here, he meets with some wise farmers who are cutting the grass the old fashioned way, and catching waves in Ireland.

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