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We’re proud to have been with Pat Rynne and the Waterlust team since the very beginning, and watching Pat and Fiona grow their scientific, filmmaking and creative talents has been a wonderful journey for everyone who’s been along for the ride.

John Casey headed to the University of Miami’s Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences (RSMAS) last week on Key Biscayne to discuss all things marine, sailing, video, and more with Dr. Rynne on the JC Worldwide podcast; Click the play button above or download it for later to hear about Fiona’s new shark study, the full story about the Waterlust RV crash and injuries last summer, and lots more.


March 21st, 2016 by admin

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The JC Worldwide Podcast rolls snakeyes today with show # 11, and John grabs his longtime F-18 and foiling Nacra 20 FCS crew Colin Page for his most engaging chat yet – if you’re a fisherman, at least.  JC and his pro tournament fisherman pal talk top speed on the foiler, the ‘old days’ of beach cat adventure racing, and loads of great stories of Florida culture:

Bluewater spearfishing for cobia and how to win a tug-of-war with a big bull shark, the best way to catch 11 feet of swamp alligator, and plenty more.  Hit it up above or look for JC Worldwide on iTunes.  Some rad Soca gives this story its title.


February 26th, 2016 by admin

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As far as we can tell, no one’s every abandoned a World Championship race for sharks; until yesterday, that is, when Race Committee at the Tasar Worlds spotted a 5m (16.4 foot) Great White  prowling under the 122-boat fleet. With serious breeze on and plenty of capsizes, the RC sent the crews in quickly.  SA Moth Worlds co-commentator Nic Douglass lies in second overall with dad Rob; she’ll miss the first day of our coverage in Sorrento and rock up on the Sunday for Day 2 – hopefully with a shiny new World Champ medal around her neck.  They’ve got limited coverage of the Tasars on Facebook over here.

We couldn’t resist the title; click here for a good old belly laugh from a clip that will never get old.

January 8th, 2015 by admin