Sweden’s Baltic Coast Is One of Surfing’s Final Frontiers

Written on November 18, 2020 in Skiing by Neom Vision










Characterized by inconsonant breaks, rugged coastlines and frosty conditions, Sweden’s surf scene on the Baltic isn’t the most inviting thing in the world but Freddie Meadows the tireless quest search of the region’s greatest waves is one of surfing’s final remaining frontiers:

“This journey has been long and beautiful. A journey that I feel in many ways has just begun; the majority of which remains undocumented due to the mystical nature and spontaneity of the Baltic Sea. It was early autumn of 2019, I was anchored behind an island when the name Live to Sea came to mind. It was the perfect description of what I do, of what all of us surfers do in some way. Live to Sea is for anyone and everyone who feels connected to the ocean, sea or any waters. For me this film is a tribute to the missions and moments that went unseen. Most importantly it is a tribute to the magic of nature and the sea. “













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