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Saltwater High by Wave Tribe

45 EpisodesProduced by Derek DoddsWebsite

A podcast dedicated to surfing, surf travel, surfboards, ecology, entrepreneurship, good living, and everything rad about being high from saltwater.Please tag us #sharethestoke #wavetribe #surftrip #saltwaterhigh and leave a rad review.See more at

45 Episodes | 2020 - 2021

E45. Ryan Moore & Clayton Bried of Nurtrium: The Future of Hemp

November 12th, 2021


From sustainable packaging to incredible ingredient deck, the co-founders of Nurtrium, Ryan Moore and Clayton Bried, are here as this episode's guests to share about their company and the future of hemp.

Ryan and …

E44. Lori Mallini of Protea Zero Waste: Hawaii's First Zero-Waste Refill Store

October 29th, 2021


This episode features Lori Mallini, the founder of Protea Zero Waste, Hawaii's first zero-waste refill store, encouraging people worldwide to embrace the zero-waste lifestyle to lessen the need to use and produce …

E43. Jennifer Smith of Community Carbon Trees: Restoring Rainforests in Costa Rica

October 21st, 2021


Why are trees important? How does planting a tree make a difference in the lives of people around the world?

Learn the answers to those questions and know more about the difference Community Carbon Trees is making in …

E42. Laurelove: Inspiring Kids to Follow Their Entrepreneurial Urges

October 7th, 2021


Laurelove - otherwise known, in Hawaiian, as Lahela, has been known to be called a health coach, yogini, farmer, inspirator, water woman, nutrition coach, cleansing specialist, and kid and animal Evangelista.

She has …

E41. Elizabeth Madin & Anna Shoemaker: The Surfing Moms of Hawaii

September 24th, 2021


This episode is for all powerhouses in our lives—our moms!

Elizabeth Madin and Anna Shoemaker, the founder and founding member of Surfing Moms, share what their nonprofit organization is all about, their mission, and …

E40. Marissa Gochar of Reefer Wax: Sustainable Hemp-Based Surf Wax

September 16th, 2021


The ocean is changing. Surfers are the first in line to notice that as we spent most of our time enjoying its magnificent waves. Us surfers should …

E39. Chancie Pinkerton of Room to Roam: Simplified Surf Travel in Nicaragua

September 9th, 2021


Do you want to surf in warm waters and heal your mind, body, and soul in one life-changing trip? Room to Roam in Nicaragua is the place to be.

In …

E38. Tracy Hines: Surfing as Therapy for Veterans

September 2nd, 2021


This episode features the adventurous and exciting life of retired U.S. Army Airborne soldier Tracy Hines.

Tracy lets us in on how she got hooked …

E37. Daniel George: Putting Out Positive Vibes Using His Creativity

August 26th, 2021


Sixteen years ago, Daniel George moved to Malibu from Gainesville, Florida. He graduated with MA in Ceramics 10 years ago and has been working as an artist since then.

Describing himself as a batch artist, Daniel is a …

E36. Prue Jeffries: Embodied Knowledge of Ourselves as Water

August 19th, 2021


In this episode, Prue Jeffries shares her pro surfing career with us and how water & nature support life, our health, and our well-being.

Prue Jeffries of Body of Wonder and Surf the Flow is a Craniosacral Teacher …

E35. Ilaria Bagalini: The Surfing Architect Living the Digital Nomad Life

August 11th, 2021


Ilaria is an architect who escaped the 9 to 5 to pursue her deepest passions: traveling and surfing. A few months ago, she arrived in Costa Rica and headed north in Central America, looking for the best waves.

Ilaria is …

E34. Marine Biologist Amélie Carraut: Restoring Coral Reefs in the Maldives with Reefscapers

August 5th, 2021


This podcast with Reefscapers' resident Marine biologist, Amélie Carraut, celebrates Reefscapers' mission to protect the ocean with their coral reef …

E33. Jessica Boynton of Hakuna Wear: Be Free to Be You

July 28th, 2021


Different things in our daily life instill in us that our body should be perfect—thin, bikini-worthy, flawless. But truth be told, the perfect body …

E32. Terry Simms of Simba Surf: Making Surfing Safer with the World's Best Aquatic Helmets

July 21st, 2021


In this episode, get to know the man behind the world's best surfing helmets—Terry Simms, the founder of Simba Surf, where he shares what inspired him to create the helmet, how he made it, and the many benefits it gives …

E31. Sea-ing the Land with Anthropologist Kyra Lenting

July 8th, 2021


Next to having a big affinity for cultural anthropology, Kyra also has a love for making art and design. She aims to explore the junction between …

E30. Optimize for Joy: The Sea is Medicine Podcast by Naomi Olson

July 1st, 2021


Last March, I was honored to become a guest on Naomi Olson's The Sea of Medicine Podcast, where she interviews sea-lovers from all walks of life and share with everyone the ocean’s power to heal, inspire and transform …

E29. Christian Shubin of Poseidon Paddle and Surf: A Man of Many Talents

June 16th, 2021


The beautiful thing about being in business is meeting someone who is aligned with your ideals and how you look at the world, and fortunately, I was …

E28. Gabriella Brody: Solo Girl Travel Year Around The World

June 8th, 2021


Are you planning to travel the world solo once the pandemic is over? What's it like traveling solo if you're a woman? 

In this episode, Gabi Brody, …

E27. Surf and Heal Together with the Women of Groundswell Community Project

June 3rd, 2021


Dive deeper into the power of the ocean and the specifics of surf therapy for trauma healing with the founder of Groundswell Community, Natalie Small LMFT, the founder of Hakuna Wear, Jessica Boynton, and Jackie. 

E26. Develop a 5-Minute Breath Hold with Professional Big Wave Surfer Jeff Rowley

May 19th, 2021


In this episode, I got to talk to an amazing big wave surfer from Torquay, Australia—Jeff Rowley.

Jeff has been surfing big waves for 23 years, including paddling on the biggest days at Peahi on Maui and Cloudbreak in …

E25. Nic Schuck on Writing Native Moments: A Coming-of-Age Surf Adventure Novel

May 7th, 2021


In this episode, I had the chance to talk to a #1 bestseller author from Pensacola, Florida—Nic Schuck.  

Native Moments is Nic's debut novel. It's a …

E24. Starting Your Own Eco Surf Brand With Dom Taylor of Shaka Surf

April 21st, 2021


Dom Taylor is the founder of Shaka Surf, an eco surf product marketplace established in 2018. He is a surfer, environmentalist, keen traveler, and entrepreneur. He currently splits his time between Portugal and the UK, …

E23. Explore Alaska's Waves with Scott Reierson of Alaska Surf Guides

April 7th, 2021


Have you been wanting to surf the cool and awesome waves in Alaska? Same here, bro!

 In this episode, I got the chance to talk to Scott Reierson, the …

E22. Building a Surfboard Factory During COVID with Joel Zemenick & Andi Cummings

March 19th, 2021


"My philosophy is pretty simple: to take every surfer, of every ability, to the next level of their surfing life." - Joel Zemenick, JZ Surfboards.

Joel and Andi went on a surf/dive trip in Maui last year before COVID …

E21. Tribe of Zen Founder Kwame LaBassiere: Diversity in the Lineup

March 3rd, 2021


With the unrest that happened in summer 2020, more and more surfers of color are emerging and finding a space in the lineup. And yet, there is still …

E20. Wild Habitat Founders Sherry and Briana Tautiva: Uniting Brands That Protect the Wild

February 17th, 2021


Sherry and Briana Tautiva are a mother-daughter team who sought out to reject traditional industry norms and invite athletes to be rebels for the Wild. Their company, Wild Habitat, is bringing together brands that are …

E19. Leo Rossini: Brazilian Texan With Stoke For Surfing

January 27th, 2021


Love to surf but living far from the coast? 

In this episode, I got the chance to talk to Leo Rossini, who is a surfer living in Texas. Leo was born …

E18: Steve Ecker Building a Brand That Has a Positive Impact on People

January 8th, 2021


Entrepreneurship: Building a brand that has a positive impact on people

Steve runs the podcast Trust The Grind, where he explores how creatives, athletes, and business owners discovered their path to a more authentic …

Videographer Julie Brondeel: Hold Your Own From South Africa

December 26th, 2020


This podcast celebrates Julie Brondeel's journey as a videographer and content creator. She is from Belgium—currently working as a Brand and Content …

Liba Sosna | Art is a Way of Living as Opposed to Being

December 11th, 2020


“We've all heard that the unexamined life is not worth living, but consider too that the unlived life is not worth examining.”
Julia Cameron, The …

Ambassadors of Hope From The Groundswell Community: Natalie Small & Javier Larco

November 26th, 2020


This week, we launch my conversation with Natalie Small & Javier Larco straight from Peru. Peru has a rich culture in surfing and a connection to …

Costa Rica Guru with 40 Surf Trips to Costa Rica: Greg Gordon

November 13th, 2020


Greg is the owner of CR Surf Travel Company. Greg grew up surfing the East Coast of the United States. He's lived in New York, Virginia Beach, Cocoa Beach, and Miami Beach Florida, and so understands the value of having …

Sasha Golyanova - Transition From Russian Police Career To Full-time Surf Photographer

October 30th, 2020


Have you ever thought about starting over?

Here is an idea: quit everything and move to Bali to restart your life as a surf photographer.

Originally …

Backstage Pass 1: Building Wave Tribe

October 15th, 2020


We are launching a new series called Backstage Pass. These episodes are a backstage pass into running and building a surf brand. I am pulling back …

How Psychedelics Saved My Buddy From Depression & Suicide

October 8th, 2020


Today, I speak with my friend Mark about his journey with lifelong depression and feelings of suicide. Mark's father committed suicide at 50 and Mark didn't think he was going to make it past this anniversary without …

Tyler's Parachute Never Opened, But His Life Did

September 28th, 2020


Tyler Farnham is a world traveler, international lifeguard, and public speaker. In 2009, Tyler suffered a horrendous accident, which changed his overall perspectives as well as his life decisions. 

As an EMT Ocean …

Leaving The Rat Race For Eco Living In Hawaii

September 17th, 2020


In this episode, we meet Sanny and Iñaki from Spain.

She left a successful career in acting and he left the world of stock markets to live a …

Manav Thapar On Diversity In Surf Culture

September 4th, 2020


Inclusivity, history of surfing, inequalities in surfing, localism, and why mostly white men are the grumpiest in the line-up. 

Manav and I dive into some of the current hot issues in today's world and look at them from …

Shark Tank Runner-up, An Inventors Journey with Radbeh Ravaz

August 20th, 2020


Passion truly drives Radbeh Ravaz as he chases his dream to bring a product to life.

Radbeh invented the next generation beach chair, it passed the …

Firefighter Kane Johnson On The Evolving Waterman

August 4th, 2020


Starting out as a bodyboarder, turned SUPer, and got spit out as a surfer. 

Evolution's finest dance.

Kane and I talk about professional bodyboarding …

Cabo Mexico Surf Trip: Surf Travel Pandemic Style

July 22nd, 2020


In this episode, we talk to Mark about traveling to Cabo Mexico during the current pandemic. He walks us through getting to Cabo by air via Tiajuana and tells us what the experience is like being in Mexico during his …

Melodie Meyer Founder Mermaid Wave Wear | Sexy Sustainable Wetsuits for Women

July 3rd, 2020


In this episode, I caught up with Melodie Meyer from Mermaid Wavewear.

Mermaid Wave Wear makes a sexy and sustainable wetsuit line for women.  They …

Leaving Medicine For Surfing With Monica From Chile

May 9th, 2020


The reason I love traveling is that the people you meet while on the road tend to impact your life in more ways than can be imagined. 

I meet Monica 15 years ago in northern Brazil. I was picking up a friend at the …

Shape Your First Surfboard

April 27th, 2020


Looking for something to do during quarantine? Why not shape your first surfboard. 

We go through the tools and software you need and also I walk you …

How Wave Tribe Started

March 31st, 2020


In this first episode, we talk about how the surf company Wave Tribe started and we explore the details of some of the eco-friendly products created by Wave Tribe. Wave Tribe was created over a decade ago and is the …

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