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World record-holding surfer rides ‘Gasoline’ waves in Portugal


Swapping the adrenaline rush of big-wave surfing for the caramel waters of the tagus river on his trip to Portugal world renowned American surfer Garrett McNamara’s certainly made waves McNamara who holds the record for the largest wave ever ridden rode the so called gasoline waves generated by the catamarans that connect Lisbon to Borrero the event dubbed the McNamara surf trip was organized by the Portuguese tourist board and was certainly something new for him I know that there’s waves generated from tides but I didn’t know about waves generated from a boat I always dreamed of putting a big chunk of cement like a skyscraper and chopping it at the bottom and pushing it into the water and creating a hundred foot wave I was hoping to do then Abu Dhabi with a sheik but never has happened yet maybe it will but this is the same principle so it’s really nice to see that it is possible if you put you drop something in the water it creates waves Garrett McNamara set his first record in Nazare in 2011 on what he calls the holy grail of huge waves and ever since he’s been scouring the horizon for the next one who may not have found it here but he was happy to come along for the ride yeah for an experience I would recommend every any surfer come check it out just to get the experience


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