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This Ocean Life Podcast. Fishing, freediving, surfing, paddling, spearfishing, sailing, anything in the ocean... Bi-weekly podcast series capturing the stories and life times of people around the world who have based their lives on the ocean. Hosted by Josh Pederson.

Latest Episodes

Ryan Levinson Part 2 - muscular dystrophy at sea, living afloat in French Polynesia, rediscovering the bodyboard

In Episode 74 we check back in Ryan Levinson, a hard charging man of the water living with Muscular Dystrophy in the waters of French Polynesia. Ryan recaps the past 6 months living on a sail catamaran in Tahitian waters with wife Nicole. We hear of them making the move to their new catamaran after being passed by that boat in the middle of the Pacific Ocean en route from Mexico and the learning curve to life on a new, larger boat. Ryan shares the day to day routine of life in the Tahitian Islands, scuba diving, kite boarding, sailing, and the relationships they've made with other cruisers. Ryan shares perspective on riding waves with the bodyboard in the heavy Tahitian surf as his continued loss of muscle makes it more and more challenging to ride waves. We hear about a perfect paradise islandthat he and Nicole have found with incredible surf and amazing local people (which Ryan is keeping secret -- I'm going to get it out of him :)). Thanks for sharingRyan's ocean life with us. You can find pictures and video ofRyan and Nicole on theirFacebook page,Instagram page and epic YouTube Channel, Two Afloat. Please also check out the adaptive sports organizations that Ryan works with: https://www.challengedathletes.org https://stokeforlife.org/ There is always some fun stuff on the This Ocean LifeInstagramandFacebookpages as well. We are also onTwitterranting about anything cool happening in the ocean. Remember -- single use plastic is BAD. About 32% never makes it to the land-fill but ends up in our waterways and environment (according to Earthday.org)

69 MIN1 days ago
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Ryan Levinson Part 2 - muscular dystrophy at sea, living afloat in French Polynesia, rediscovering the bodyboard

Dan Haifley -- ocean activism, preventing oil drilling, preserving the wild

In Episode 73 we speak with Dan Haifley, an ocean activist who has spent decades working to protect California waters. Dan takes us through the amazing story of battling oil companies in the 1980's and 90's to block their offshore oil drilling north of Santa Barbara, CA. We hear of the grass roots activism Dan was involved in with Save Our Shores where he worked closely with NOAA and local government agencies to designate the Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary, a 6,000+ square mile protected area along California's coast. Dan talks about his interaction with Jack O'Neill leading into development of the Sea Odyssey program to educate and inspire school children on the ocean. Dan shares a lot of great perspective on citizen involvement to protect the ocean, the challenges we face today around conservation, and the amazing people he's worked with over the years. Thanks for sharingDan's ocean life with us. You can find pictures and video ofhim onFacebook, Oneill Sea Odyssey, and Save Our Shores. You can also find good stuff on the ThisOceanLife.TVInstagramand Facebook pages. We are onTwitterranting about anything cool happening in the ocean.

64 MIN5 days ago
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Dan Haifley -- ocean activism, preventing oil drilling, preserving the wild

Stoked Grom Stories: Perlyn Brothers - surfing, fishing, diving, running a company

In this episode of Stoked Grom Stories we talk with Ethan and Merritt Perlyn, two brothers enjoying their ocean lives in the waters around Miami, Florida. The boys take us through their recent adventures of surfing in Costa Rica, diving with sharks in the Bahamas, experiencing the icy waters of Northern California for the first time, and developing a deep connection with the ocean. We hear how Ethan and Merritt started their clothing and lifestyle company, CREPIC, after a great surf session that was both 'crazy' and 'epic' at the same time. They boys take us through the day to day of CREPIC and how they place strong focus on sustainability (no plastic packaging) and giving back to local non-profits (anti-bullying and Surfers for Autism). We also hear about prone paddling, shark tagging, and many more activities the boys enjoy in the water. Ethan and Merritt skillfully handle the highly anticipated grom lightening round of questions and leave us all with inspiration to do something good for the ocean. Thanks for sharingEthan and Merritt's ocean life with us.You can find pictures of them ripping on Instagram and more good stuff on the ThisOceanLife.TVInstagramand Facebook pages. We are onTwitterranting about anything cool happening in the ocean.

34 MIN1 weeks ago
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Stoked Grom Stories: Perlyn Brothers - surfing, fishing, diving, running a company

Latest Episodes

Ryan Levinson Part 2 - muscular dystrophy at sea, living afloat in French Polynesia, rediscovering the bodyboard

In Episode 74 we check back in Ryan Levinson, a hard charging man of the water living with Muscular Dystrophy in the waters of French Polynesia. Ryan recaps the past 6 months living on a sail catamaran in Tahitian waters with wife Nicole. We hear of them making the move to their new catamaran after being passed by that boat in the middle of the Pacific Ocean en route from Mexico and the learning curve to life on a new, larger boat. Ryan shares the day to day routine of life in the Tahitian Islands, scuba diving, kite boarding, sailing, and the relationships they've made with other cruisers. Ryan shares perspective on riding waves with the bodyboard in the heavy Tahitian surf as his continued loss of muscle makes it more and more challenging to ride waves. We hear about a perfect paradise islandthat he and Nicole have found with incredible surf and amazing local people (which Ryan is keeping secret -- I'm going to get it out of him :)). Thanks for sharingRyan's ocean life with us. You can find pictures and video ofRyan and Nicole on theirFacebook page,Instagram page and epic YouTube Channel, Two Afloat. Please also check out the adaptive sports organizations that Ryan works with: https://www.challengedathletes.org https://stokeforlife.org/ There is always some fun stuff on the This Ocean LifeInstagramandFacebookpages as well. We are also onTwitterranting about anything cool happening in the ocean. Remember -- single use plastic is BAD. About 32% never makes it to the land-fill but ends up in our waterways and environment (according to Earthday.org)

69 MIN1 days ago
Comments
Ryan Levinson Part 2 - muscular dystrophy at sea, living afloat in French Polynesia, rediscovering the bodyboard

Dan Haifley -- ocean activism, preventing oil drilling, preserving the wild

In Episode 73 we speak with Dan Haifley, an ocean activist who has spent decades working to protect California waters. Dan takes us through the amazing story of battling oil companies in the 1980's and 90's to block their offshore oil drilling north of Santa Barbara, CA. We hear of the grass roots activism Dan was involved in with Save Our Shores where he worked closely with NOAA and local government agencies to designate the Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary, a 6,000+ square mile protected area along California's coast. Dan talks about his interaction with Jack O'Neill leading into development of the Sea Odyssey program to educate and inspire school children on the ocean. Dan shares a lot of great perspective on citizen involvement to protect the ocean, the challenges we face today around conservation, and the amazing people he's worked with over the years. Thanks for sharingDan's ocean life with us. You can find pictures and video ofhim onFacebook, Oneill Sea Odyssey, and Save Our Shores. You can also find good stuff on the ThisOceanLife.TVInstagramand Facebook pages. We are onTwitterranting about anything cool happening in the ocean.

64 MIN5 days ago
Comments
Dan Haifley -- ocean activism, preventing oil drilling, preserving the wild

Stoked Grom Stories: Perlyn Brothers - surfing, fishing, diving, running a company

In this episode of Stoked Grom Stories we talk with Ethan and Merritt Perlyn, two brothers enjoying their ocean lives in the waters around Miami, Florida. The boys take us through their recent adventures of surfing in Costa Rica, diving with sharks in the Bahamas, experiencing the icy waters of Northern California for the first time, and developing a deep connection with the ocean. We hear how Ethan and Merritt started their clothing and lifestyle company, CREPIC, after a great surf session that was both 'crazy' and 'epic' at the same time. They boys take us through the day to day of CREPIC and how they place strong focus on sustainability (no plastic packaging) and giving back to local non-profits (anti-bullying and Surfers for Autism). We also hear about prone paddling, shark tagging, and many more activities the boys enjoy in the water. Ethan and Merritt skillfully handle the highly anticipated grom lightening round of questions and leave us all with inspiration to do something good for the ocean. Thanks for sharingEthan and Merritt's ocean life with us.You can find pictures of them ripping on Instagram and more good stuff on the ThisOceanLife.TVInstagramand Facebook pages. We are onTwitterranting about anything cool happening in the ocean.

34 MIN1 weeks ago
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Stoked Grom Stories: Perlyn Brothers - surfing, fishing, diving, running a company
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