We are a sea tribe who paddle long boats in rough water conditions in the northwest of Spain.

Our playground is the chaotic frontier among the mighty Atlantic ocean and the ancient Galician coast, where it was said, in the ancient times, that the world ended and the maps showed terrifying creatures……

Rockgardens, ocean surfing, currents, cliffs, big swells, uninhabited islands, gale force storms………… Once you have been paddling between dragons, is not possible to paddle like a human again .

It is a one way trip.

Tuesday, October 30, 2012

New web, foampile.com !!!

Our first video "Summer shots", has been the top pick of the week in this great and new web called Foam pile

It´s a great honor for us. Thanks.

Monday, October 22, 2012

Dragonland, let´s play !!!

This sunday morning a friend of us, Jose Manuel de Dios, took this pictures from land while we were playing in the reefs near Cape Silleiro.

Are you able to find  us in the pictures?

Thanks J.Manuel.

Thursday, October 18, 2012

Wild Videos of the sea tribes.

Under the title of "Wild Videos of the sea tribes", we are going to show the videos we watch when we are not in the water.

The first one was filmed by Gordon Brown with the Tsunami Rangers in California. Don´t miss the last minute !!!!.

The Neptune Ranger Tony Johnson send us this video filmed in Point Lobos. Spectacular !!!, thanks Tony.

One of my favourites: Adventures of the Tsunami Rangers.

Saturday, October 13, 2012

Not to be missed !!!

                                              White Sea Magazine
     ¡¡ Probably, the best ocean lifestyle magazine of the world !!


Friday, October 12, 2012

The small dragon.....

 Hugo García Domínguez was born yesterday with the tide rising.

May the Force be with you son

Wednesday, October 3, 2012


 The Dragons are, from left to right: Oscar Álvarez "Fugy", Roberto García and Alberto Rocha.

Tuesday, October 2, 2012

Summer shots

We would like to dedicate our first video, "Summer shots" to the pioneers, to the masters. Rough water seakayakers that showed us that there is other way to feel the ocean: between the rocks, the waves, the winds.