luderitz | Anchored in Luderitz Harbor

luderitz | Anchored in Luderitz Harbor

On the coast of the world’s most desolate, least populated country, Namibia, David Richards finds himself being catapulted to the bottom of a Pipe-like giant. Unlike the slightly more crowded waters of Swakopmund and Walvis Bay, Luderitz offers crystal-clear green water, powerful slabs and with one surfer in the area, zero crowds.

Shot Bru: Alan van Gysen Portfolio

On the coast of the world’s most desolate, least populated country, Namibia, David Richards finds himself being catapulted to the bottom of a Pipe-like giant. Unlike the slightly more crowded waters of Swakopmund and Walvis Bay, Luderitz offers crystal-clear green water, powerful slabs and with one surfer in the area, zero crowds.

oxane:    Behind Bars by * Daniel *  Kolmanskop, Luderitz - Namibia. You can save a building only if the roof stays on, in this case I was glad nature had done its thing

oxane: Behind Bars by * Daniel * Kolmanskop, Luderitz - Namibia. You can save a building only if the roof stays on, in this case I was glad nature had done its thing

Deserted gold mine, Kolmanskop in Luderitz, Namibia. Image by Mike Huntley

Deserted gold mine, Kolmanskop in Luderitz, Namibia. Image by Mike Huntley

Luderitz, Namibia via Lauren's lens

Luderitz, Namibia via Lauren's lens

Luderitz Speed Challenge / photos: Windsurf Australia

Luderitz Speed Challenge / photos: Windsurf Australia

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