Remember last year when Seea, Sunshine Stories, Bing Surfboards, Poler, Nixon, and Manduka had a contest to win a free surf + yoga retreat in Sri Linka plus loads of free gear? Here's the winner, Betsy Harris from Florida, who shared her experience traveling to Sri Lanka for the first time.More
Grainy colors, a candid home movie point-of-view, and light leaks— the raw imperfections of 8mm film captured exactly how we feel while surfing with our friends... uninhibited, happy, and alive. Join our dirty bare feet journey following the swell along the coast of Mexico and drying off in the hot sunshine in this series of shorts, all shot on film. Pretty Lady, Dirty Feet from The Seea on Vimeo...
Seeababe Chrystal Dawn Fitzgerald leads this DIY on how to shape a Paipo, a small wooden surfboard designed for riding waves whilst lying on your belly! More
Have you ever met a new friend on Instagram? While living in Bali, Tracee Annetts of the Australia-based blog, Handsome Citizens tells us about a serendipitous encounter via Instagram with a kindred spirit, photographer Carly Brown.More
Aquatic Eden or madness? Taylor Nelson and Makala Smith talk about their love/hate relationship with Malibu's famous First Point. One wave is all it takes.More
The challenge: limited vacation time and the overwhelming crisis of choices in Bali. How do you decide where to home base? Rosie Jaffurs’s shared her favorite spots for surf, waterfalls and clear underwater exploring. More
Seea’s resident sailor Summer Nelson heard that the right swell direction would be hitting a few mysto points and enlisted a Seeababe crew to come along for the trimaran ride. More
The first trip is just the beginning. For surfers, Bali is an annual reunion—exploring further outside the boundaries of where you went the year before.More
Tip #1 for traveling on the Road to Hana: pull over for locals. An expert guide to the most beautiful beaches, waterfalls and lookout spots on the famous Road to Hana. More
The Seea 2016 collection continues to redefine the expectations of surfwear in stylish ready-to-wear-inspired silhouettes with active functionality. Click here to see the collection: http://bit.ly/seea-panama This season's muse was the traditional garments worn by tribeswomen of Panama, and the raw elemental forces of nature: Earth, Wind, Water and Light. In an eclectic fusion of textured fabric...
No longer winter, but not yet Spring, Seeababe Kirra Innes shares her favorite in-between moments to savor during this transitional season in Eastern Australia.More