Finding Waves In One Of The World’s Most Remote Locations


In the middle of the North Atlantic, a cluster of 18 jagged islands comprises the Faroe Islands. Last year surfers Dane Gudauskas, Justin Quintal, Sam Hammer and Tyler Warren, along with photographer Chris Burkard and filmographer Ben Weiland, journeyed to these isolated islands in an attempt to unravel a coastline of dramatic fjords and plunging waterfalls, with hopes of finding waves. They spend two weeks hopping between the islands, living in seaside cottages and becoming acquainted with the strange and ancient customs of a nation founded by vikings.

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