• Why Surf in the Winter?

    Monday, March 25th, 2013
    There are many iconic images surrounding surfing: Bronzed bodies in bikinis and board shorts gallivanting on the beach, long boarders hanging ten, hot babes everywhere, bonfires burning, guitars strumming, and of course, extreme stoke. In mainstream media, surfing has become the internal search for the eternal summer. What many visitors to the California coast do […]

    There are many iconic images surrounding surfing: Bronzed bodies in bikinis and board shorts gallivanting on the beach, long boarders hanging ten, hot babes everywhere, bonfires burning, guitars strumming, and of course, extreme stoke. In mainstream media, surfing has become the internal search for the eternal summer. What many visitors to the California coast do not realize is that...

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  • Valentine’s Day in Santa Barbara

    Wednesday, February 6th, 2013
    It is time for all good lovers to start planning Valentine’s Day. Santa Barbara is a perfect destination to celebrate. Couples can venture to Santa Ynez for a day of wine and food or plan for adventure at Channel Islands National Park. Here are a few suggestions if you need ideas. 1. Enjoy Tasty Cupcakes […]

    It is time for all good lovers to start planning Valentine's Day. Santa Barbara is a perfect destination to celebrate. Couples can venture to Santa Ynez for a day of wine and food or plan for adventure at Channel Islands National Park. Here are a few suggestions if you need ideas. 1. Enjoy Tasty Cupcakes and Wine! Enjoy a romantic and relaxing day in the Santa Ynez Wine Country with...

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  • George E Billings: A Ship Found

    Friday, January 25th, 2013
    After 20 years of searching, a team of divers has found the George E Billings sunken in the Channel Islands Marine Sanctuary. The George E Billings was a five-masted lumber schooner/fishing barge with a gross tonnage of 1,260 tons. It was 224 feet long, 42 feet wide and had a draft of 18 feet. It […]

    After 20 years of searching, a team of divers has found the George E Billings sunken in the Channel Islands Marine Sanctuary. The George E Billings was a five-masted lumber schooner/fishing barge with a gross tonnage of 1,260 tons. It was 224 feet long, 42 feet wide and had a draft of 18 feet. It was constructed of wood with one deck. This was the last vessel built by Hall Brothers and...

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  • A Santa Barbara Legend: Landon Smith

    Wednesday, October 24th, 2012
    It is safe to say we get a lot of applications from folks who want to teach surfing in Santa Barbara. I think there is an allure attached to the title “surf instructor.” Of course it is a special sort of person who can properly teach surf techniques and get guests of all ages and […]

    It is safe to say we get a lot of applications from folks who want to teach surfing in Santa Barbara. I think there is an allure attached to the title "surf instructor." Of course it is a special sort of person who can properly teach surf techniques and get guests of all ages and abilities standing up and riding waves during a 4 hour lesson - Landon Smith is a pro at it. Over the last 2...

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