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The Kuzi Project: Episode Three

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One remote island in Mozambique and hundreds of smiling new friends

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The Kuzi Project: Episode Two


"Aim for the next island, and on the right side, there's a sandbar." Famous last words

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Kuzi Project Trailer Now Live


Tales of kiteboarding adventures in Mozambique. Web episodes coming soon

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Mozambique or Bust!

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The Kuzi Project rides again with even more adventures in store for 2014

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Full Feature Stories and Eye-Candy for Free


Kiteboarding Alaska, the scoop on foilboarding, an adventure in Russia, and more

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New Issue Released: Volume 10, Number 4


Our Winter 2013/2014 is chock-full of adventure and ready for reading

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African Spiders and Kite Adventures Don’t Mix


One little bite sabotages months of trip planning

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The KUZI Project: A 500-mile Kite-SUP Adventure


Two friends, six weeks on east coast of Africa, and exploration for the sake of exploration

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KUZI Project Update: Gut Feeling Change of Plans

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A field report from Seth Warren of the KUZI project.

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The KUZI Project: 500 Miles. 50+ Islands. Two Old Friends.

Kirk first attempted his record in 2010 but could not complete it despite many valiant attempts to finish his journey. He accomplished his unofficial record in July 2011

In just five days, Seth Warren and Kirk Harris will embark on the KUZI Project -- a 500-mile self supporting journey up the coast of East Africa. Fueled by the Kuzi trade wind, a summertime force that pushes wind and swell from the Indian Ocean northward, the team will paddle and kiteboard this extensive stretch of coastline exploring its adjacent islands and remote, pristine coastal areas.

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