Could you imagine being the skipper who takes a crew, many of whom have no idea how to sail before training, on an around-the-world race, through the roaring forties, and give them the helm of a multi-million dollar yacht? (Fyi, they do not go around Cape Horn. Just the Cape of Good Hope). Here are the skippers. https://www.sail-world.com/news/216229/Meet-the-Clipper-Race-skippers-Josh-Stickland The video shows one leg.

Part of the Clipper Round the World Race https://www.facebook.com/realblue.co/videos/783374268711896/

Yes, you can book a surfing safari to Alaska. No, you probably do not want to. “Heading to Alaska to score some waves is more like a surf expedition. Want your shot at one of Alaska’s most reliable rivermouths? That’s 18 miles by boat, dodging glacial run-off and chasing limited daylight. Don’t bother hiking. Three mountains stand in your way. And bring layers.”

How to prepare for a cold-water surf trip to Alaska https://www.surfer.com/features/essential-guide-surfing-alaska/