Garrett McNamara Surfs Uber-Monstrous 90-Foot Wave

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Well folks, it happened. Just when you think there isn’t enough adrenaline-packed activity out there, Garrett McNamara shatters our expectations with a 90-foot wave. It happened a couple of weeks ago on November 1st, when McNamara, a Hawaiian professional, was surfing off the coast of Praia do Norte, Nazare, Portugal with fellow big-wave riders Al Mennie and Andrew Cotton.

Al Mennie told Surfer Today, “Everything was perfect – the weather, the waves. Cotty and I surfed two big waves of about 60 feet and then, when Garrett was ready came a canyon of wave of over 90 feet.”

The funny thing–McNamara wasn’t even planning on surfing that day. I read that he had only agreed to go out and tow his friends, but apparently a bit of persuasion got the best of him. McNamara ended up riding the biggest wave recorded on film and certainly one of the world’s highest ever ridden.

You go, brah!

Alan Perlman

Lead Adventurer at Nerve Rush
For three years, Alan traveled to 60+ countries as an international cost-of-living surveyor. Back in New York City, when he's not running, rock climbing or geeking out about UAV drones, Alan runs a marketing agency that helps companies generate more sales-ready leads using inbound marketing techniques.

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  1. PHitches says:

    This video is wiiiild! #Boom

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