Daughters of the Sea Magazine

Best Surf Blogs

 Discover the Web's Most Influential Surf Bloggers.

When it comes to the world of surfing, there is a wealth of knowledge and inspiration to be found online. From professional surfers sharing their experiences to enthusiasts documenting their own surfing adventures, surf bloggers offer a unique perspective on the sport. In this blog post, we will explore some of the surf bloggers that the author personally enjoys and recommends to fellow surf enthusiasts.


1. The Surf Tribe

The blog for planning a booking your surf trip. The Surf Tribe is a comprehensive resource for all things surfing. From tips and tricks for beginners to in-depth analysis of professional surf competitions, this blog covers it all. The author, a seasoned surfer with years of experience, shares valuable insights and advice that can benefit surfers of all skill levels. Whether you're looking to improve your technique or stay updated on the latest trends in the surfing world, The Surfing Blog is a must-read.

2. Surfing Adventures, Life and Business

If you're someone who loves to read about real-life surfing adventures, then Matt Hapgood surfing adventures is the blog for you. The author, and fairly new blog site Matts an avid traveler and surfer, takes readers on a journey to some of the most breathtaking surf spots around the world. From the crystal-clear waters of Bali to the powerful waves of Hawaii, Surfing Adventures provides a glimpse into the thrill and beauty of surfing in different locations. The blog also includes practical tips for planning your own surfing trips, making it a valuable resource for travel-savvy surfers.

3. Surf Science

For those who are interested in the science behind surfing, Surf Science is a blog that delves into the physics, biology, and mechanics of the sport. The author, a scientist with a passion for surfing, explores topics such as wave formation, surfboard design, and the impact of tides on surfing conditions. With a focus on evidence-based research and expert analysis, Surf Science provides a deeper understanding of the technical aspects of surfing.

4. Women Who Surf

I love this blog.  Actually its a print magazine of approximately 600 copies.  Distributed globally. Run by a lovely lady Laura, based in Wales, UK.  Laura can be found surfing the seas off the south and westerly coasts of wales as well as the north cornish beaches.  Her magazine is dedicated to female surfers that surf in colder climes.  Where wetsuits are a must, in fact several wetsuits from the 5/4 hooded- freezing, 4/3 for the cold and 3/2 for the less cold but still cold, seas of the UK.  The blog specialises in testing and reviewing wetsuits and celebrates times with friends the Daughters of The Sea magazine will interest any female surfer. Whether your local break is warm or cold.  Check it out

5. Surf Photography Helping Hand

If you're a fan of stunning surf photography, then Hannah Prewitt writes how to guides and info thats useful to all interested in capturing some neat photos of there aquatic buddies. The author, a talented photographer with a passion for surfing, captures breathtaking images of surfers in action. From epic wave shots to intimate portraits of surfers, Surf Photography showcases the beauty and artistry of the sport. Whether you're a photographer looking for inspiration or simply appreciate the visual appeal of surfing, this blog is a visual treat.

During my time working in the surf industry I have seen a few images that really stand out in my mind.  Please check out my other piece on UK and Europe surf photographers that really hit the sweet spot for capturing the emotion and beauty of the moment.  Not just an image!!

6. Real Surf Blog

Surfer Dad is one of my favourite surf bloggers.  He's honest and reflective about the surf industry and writes like one of the ordinary guys and not one of the surf gods.  I like his gear reviews they always have transparency at its heart. Check out one of his reviews here.

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