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Subantarctic Surf Discovery, Part 2: Enderby Island

Chasing waves on Enderby Island starts with getting to know the locals. They’re furry and blanket the place like lolling beach bums of the south. A little respect (and a lot of patience) will go a long way in this remote part of the Southern Ocean perched on the western edge of the Campbell Platea
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