Professional surfing. It’s the dream job right? Getting paid fist loads of cash to split your time evenly between the water and bars all over the globe – it’s a hard one not to envy, and for those of us chained to desks and bound to building sites, it always will be the dream. It’s not all beer and skittles though. The reality is, professional surfers probably spend more time going through security checks in airports than they do in bars. More time breathing the recycled air inside a pressurised Airbus than they spend surfing heats and in the midst of it all, there is the bonus stress factor involved in making those heats in generally shitty waves, in order to retain sponsors and make enough money to get themselves to the next contest.We wrangled some of the best junior pros from all over the world and stuck them on a boat in Indonesia for a couple of weeks with only one agenda – find waves – whilst heats, bars, girls and stress were all put on the backburner. ” We wrangled some of the best junior pro surfers from all over the world and put them on a boat in Indonesia for 2 weeks with only one agenda – find waves!” This is an exploration trip through some of the Worlds most pristine waters an adventure to find perfect waves, for 10 days the group of mates will search the ocean following weather patterns and swell directions on there quest for the Perfect wave.