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A floating dock launches surfers onto, under, & over waves

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A 100-foot plastic floating dock curls over the Balinese waves. Six pro Volcom surfers—Balaram Stack, Imaikalani Devault, Noa Deane, Ozzie Wright, Mitch Coleborn, and Yago Dora—launch off of it with their boards, sometimes expertly and sometimes accidentally. The Dock is a paddleless wave entry point experiment set up by Australian surf mag The Stab. Watch as the six daredevils try to catch waves while not crashing into each other or into the flipping and flying dock.

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