Nine Lives: Operation Deep Blue - Mark Visser Airdrops with Jet Skis in Search of 100 Foot Waves

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Not rated - Australian big wave surfer and adventure athlete Mark Visser (known for recently riding JAWS 40ft break at night, and taking on the biggest swell to hit Tasmania) continues to break the boundaries of Big Wave surfing by jumping from a plane into massivestorm swells in the middle of the open ocean to surf what has never been accomplished. With the help of satellite technology and a group of scientists, Visser is in search for the next big thing that of which all big wave surfers dream about - the 100ft wave. Almost seven months after his first undertaking with "Night Rider" which saw him take on 40ft swell at the infamous JAWS break, 28-year-old Australian athlete Mark Visser has been training with Navy Seals and a variety of specialized experts to complete his next "Nine Lives" project titled, "Operation Deep Blue". "Operation Deep Blue" follows Visser and researchers from the International Aerospace Centre as they discover massive waves located thousands of miles from land. These "freak" waves have been responsible for sinking ocean-liners, naval vessels and destroying oilrigs. This natural ocean phenomenon can create waves that reach heights of 100ft. Until now, they have been nearly impossible to predict and no athlete has ever gone to these lengths to find them. Not only is Visserfinding these waves, he's surfing them. "Everyone knew that these rogue waves were out there. We knew that they were bigger than 80 feet," said Visser. "The hardest part ...This item has been viewed 79 times. Flag this Posting!Flag as inappropriate...

dude posted this Wednesday, February 06, 2019
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