“I’m on a boat! I’m on a boat! I’m on a boat, everyone look at me!”
The Lonely Island’s lyrical prowess aside, there’s one thing (and maybe only one) that most surfers agree on. I’m sure there are better things in life than cruising the tropical waters of the Maldives or the Mentawai, surfing perfect barrels during the day, and sipping bintangs in a sundowner at night, but I I can’t think of anything better for my life. now.
You might spend the night on a deserted island with Alana Bra… no, you’d still be better off on a boat.
Yep, boat trips are the absolute pinnacle of surf trip dreams, but there are a few things you need to get right so your dream trip doesn’t turn into a nightmare. Here are five factors for choosing .
Cover photo: © Bintang
The group you travel with can make or break a boat trip.When floating on the high seas, you don’t get many opportunities to spend time alone if someone is a tool. You should aim to gather a homogenous, like-minded group in terms of surfing ability and ambition, standard of living, desire to party, activity level, etc. Everyone else just wants a mellow beach break her slop or just wants to miss the morning session.