Australian surfer Marti Paradisis rides a 12-metre wave at Shipstern Bluff near Hobart in Tasmania, Tasman Peninsula, Australia, in one of the biggest swells seen there, formerly known as Devil’s Point, in 10 years…
…James McKeen falls off his surfboard while trying to ride an 8-metre wave at Shipstern Bluff
Shipsterns Bluff it is approximately a 2 hour drive to the Westside of Tasman National Park where Shipsterns Bluff is located.
It is approximately a 30km boat/jet ski ride to the location and is regarded amongst the surfing community as one of the wildest and most dangerous locations in the world, also considering waters surrounding the Shipsterns are known as habitat of great white sharks.
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