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eXXpedition Round the World: Leg 1

eXXpedition Round the World is an all female sailing voyage and research mission. Starting and ending in the UK the project will see 300 women take to the seas and conduct vital research, exploring plastic...

Plastic Oceans

We are drowning in plastic. Plastic is found at our fingertips, from computer keyboards to salad boxes to disposable bottles. We use this material because of its properties - flexible, durable and resistant. So when we...

Urban Nursery | Oceanographic 14

In partnership with Oceanographic Magazine, this year we will be bringing you some of the best stories from the magazine, to bring different perspectives to our community of sea lovers. In issue 14, beneath the shadows of South...

On the Road to Adventure

For the final instalment of our #WhereItTakesYou autumn Microadventures we hit the road with long-time friends and builders of fine automobiles, Onwards Adventure Vehicles. Creating bespoke four wheeled craft designed specifically to facili

Nurturing An Outdoor Family

It seems a universal truth that we either follow in the footsteps of our parents, or rebel against them. Parents, of course, do the best for their children - but many grow up yearning for a...

Travel Light, Move Fast.

A long time friend of Finisterre, Mat Arney has been putting our products through their paces for years. And, as a photographer and writer whose work revolves around the sea, he's been doing the same with Palladium boots...

The Hand Built Home: In Conversation

In our latest instalment of #WhereItTakesYou we paid a visit to sustainable living advocates, Sam and Meg Glazebrook. Their cabin home, built by Sam’s own hands, is just one part of their ambition to live...

Cornwall Seal Group Research Trust

We often don't think of the UK as a country teeming with rare wildlife. Despite this, our small islands are in fact home to some unique animals who need our protection, like the grey seal.  The Cornwall...

Being Well in the Swell | Oceanographic 14

In partnership with Oceanographic Magazine, this year we will be bringing you some of the best stories from the magazine, to bring different perspectives to our community of sea lovers. Fresh from Issue 13, Finisterre Ambassador Easkey Brit...

A Founder's Journey with Tom Kay

As part of our latest Microadventure exploring #WhereItTakesYou, we joined Finisterre founder Tom Kay on solo strike mission to hunt down some uncrowded waves just down the road from the workshop. Once back in the...

Palladium: Always Exploring

With a shared passion for adventure and exploration, our collaboration with Palladium brings together two brands who believe in sustainability with substance. From creating their original boots in 1947, used by the French foreign legion,...

Grounding: Walking The Path

Based on a shared passion for exploration and adventure, our collaboration with Palladium saw us create a collection of durable, fully recycled and waterproof boots.  To put them to the test we enlisted writer and...

The Sea To Me | Rich Hardy

Rich Hardy has been a professional environment and animal protection activist for twenty-five years. From his involvement in the early days of Surfers Against Sewage to awards for investigative journalism exposing animal rights abuses, his

Project Seagrass: Underwater Update #1

Joy and relief were the overriding emotions for many of us this summer as lockdown eased. It was the opportunity to get back to the ocean, and to see family, friends and loved ones. 

...

GJCPP Surf Therapy Special Issue

Featuring work from Finisterre Ambassador Easkey Britton and longstanding friend of The Broadcast, Jamie Marshall, the Global Journal of Community Psychology Practice (GJCCP) special issue on Surf Therapy is one of the first scientific jour...

#WhereItTakesYou Film Night

To celebrate the launch of our Autumn 2020 range, we screened a selection of inspiring short films all about "where it takes you"; celebrating our love of the outdoors, open access to the sea and the...

The Blue Bloods

Surfing big waves is not for everyone. For those who do choose to tread this path the learning curve is steep, with knowledge passed down only to those proven worthy.  Offering a glimpse into the world of...

We need to start making again

Surfer, craftsman, innovator. James Otter is a man who has made his life about, well... making things. Creating his wooden surfboards is a painstaking labour of love, and a tactile experience the likes of which...

Paddleboard Exploration: A Fresh Perspective

With paddle in hand and calm waters ahead, Stand Up Paddleboarding is a unique and accessible way to explore the shoreline. Whether it’s a river bank, sandy shore or rocky cliff face, paddleboarding offers up...

Journeys with my Jacket

From the frozen continent of Antarctica, to the wilderness of Alaska and so many places in between; our signature Nimbus jackets have accompanied and enabled adventures all around the world. Writing stories with those who...

Clara Jonas | Art of Balance

Clara Jonas is a graphic designer and illustrator hailing from North Cornwall. A surfer who is passionate about the environment, her work is informed by the lifestyle she leads and her philosophies of creativity and...

Josh Vyvyan | Songs of Innocence

Josh Vyvyan, is an artist & illustrator based on Cornwall's Lizard peninsula. A Cornish local with a passion for the sea, Josh's work explores native myth and storytelling, creating works that reconnect us with our...

Shaped by the River

Tidal estuaries are places of the moment. The ebb and flow of the water opens up the possibility of fresh adventures every day.  Self-reliance is key in this beautiful but fleeting landscape. In the third episode...

Fastpacking: Fleet of Foot

Salt-spray on the wind, the pack on your back and an open trail ahead. This season we’re asking our community #WhereItTakesYou, exploring journeys between land and sea to find adventure on our doorsteps. For the second...

Protect The Path

With 630 miles of uninterrupted footpaths, the South West Coast Path is the longest National Trail in England. It’s a path many of us are familiar with, at least certain parts, but who maintains it...

The Sea To Me | Matt Smith

Friend, teacher, mentor, healer. For Matt Smith, manager of our Ambassador team, the sea has played many different roles throughout his life.  Now a father, transitioning into yet another new chapter of his life, Matt...

Sea Swimming Adventures | Kate Rew

From exploring the land by sea, to the calm of cold water immersion and intimate proximity to nature; swimming in the sea offers up as many rewards as it does challenges. As founder of The...

Cross Country Swimming | Above Below

At the heart of adventure swimming brand, Above Below, are two brothers - Will and Tom. Both keen swimmers with a passion for the outdoors, they joined us on our recent Sea Swim Microadventure, bringing...

Outdoor Swimming Etiquette

As a brand, our purpose is to connect people to the sea. Part of this means encouraging our community to get out there and explore our coastal playgrounds, and wild swimming is an amazing way...

Honest Captain

For the uninitiated, Matt Smith manages our team of Ambassadors. A key part of the crew for many years, Matt is a big-wave surfer, landscape regenerator and nature conservationist living in County Clare, Ireland. And now, he...

The Way | Pete Geall

As we take those initial tentative steps out of lockdown and towards freedom, we are once again afforded the possibility to cast our attentions a little farther from home.  To conclude their lockdown series, exploring their local...

Dancing in Dakar | Luke Pilbeam

This time last year, we'd just returned from our trip to West Africa, exploring the saltwaters of Senegal...  During the trip there was a special moment of magic no one expected, captured in this newly...

Jockey & Thoroughbred | Noah Lane

Mullaghmore is a beast of a wave. Just look at the pictures below. The ledging left hand slab on Ireland's west coast is not one to be wrangled by the faint of heart, bringing a visceral...

Her First Name | Oceanographic 13

In partnership with Oceanographic Magazine, this year we will be bringing you some of the best stories from the magazine, to bring different perspectives to our community of sea lovers. Fresh from Issue 13, Finisterre Ambassador Hanli Prins

Ocean & Human Health in the age of Covid 19

In partnership with Oceanographic Magazine, this year we will be bringing you some of the best stories from the magazine, to bring different perspectives to our community of sea lovers. Fresh from Issue 13, Finisterre Ambassador Easkey Brit...

Welcome to the Team | Emily Penn

An explorer, researcher and experienced sailor, Emily Penn lives her life between land and sea. As a speaker and activist her passion to protect the seas led her to form the all female eXXpedition crew, a project...

This Is Hvaldimir | Oceanographic 13

 In partnership with Oceanographic Magazine, we're bringing you some of the best stories from the magazine. Below is the story of Hvaldimir, a mysteriously tame beluga whale. * On a day like any other, a tame beluga whale...

The Sea To Me | Sam Bleakley

Sam Bleakley has led a life blessed by the sea. From competing around the world, to commentating for the WSL and exploring emerging surf cultures, he has built a career and life which is intrinsically...

A Frog's Eye View

When we enter the water, our perspective shifts. Looking back at the land from this changed viewpoint can offer clarity, peace and a view of the world often unseen by human eyes.  When the writing...

Rewilding the Sea: Part Two

We're continuing our series looking at the health of our oceans with the second instalment from conservationist and ocean advocate, Dan Crockett - looking at the ways in which humans can support the recovery of the marine...

The Expedition Log: Abundance in the Desert

The Expedition Log is brought to you by those who venture to the most extreme places on our planet; exploring and capturing imagery of some of the last wild frontiers left to us. In our...

Project Seagrass: Seeds of Hope

We first met Richard ‘RJ’ Lilley of Project Seagrass when he spoke at our inaugural 'Ocean Mic Night' tour last year, at our Edinburgh event. A marine biologist who heads up the charity's Scottish operations, RJ has...

Reopening Our Stores: Navigating The New Normal

This week, after months of slightly eerie silence on the high-street, retailers were given the go-ahead to re-open shops across the country. Whilst we’re eager to welcome back our community, we have taken the decision...

Summer Solstice | Pete Geall

The longest day of the year marks a fixed point in time, signifying the change of seasons and embodying the ebb and flow of nature. As we celebrate the longest day, so we recognise that the...

Adventure Begins...

Adventure begins with butterflies. Adventure begins with familiar faces reunited. Adventure begins with the smell of salt spray in the air...  Adventure begins with intelligent planning and design.  Adventure begins with sustainable product

World Oceans Day Film Special

As part of our celebration of World Oceans Day, we joined up with the guys over at Ocean Film Festival to bring you a curation of inspirational films, showcasing beautiful stories of lives that revolve...

Family Life in our City Base Camp

Base Camp. Usually, a home away from home. At the moment though, base camp is the kitchen table, the living room, the garden. Your new base of operations. As we slowly edge towards a possible easing...

Rewilding the Sea: Part One

The oceans' future is our future. They are the life support system of our planet, and it is fast becoming apparent that we must do more to protect them - because we are running out of...

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