Paul Holmes

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Author of a biography about Hobie Alter titled Hobie: Master of Water, Wind and Waves

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Hobie Alter, who helped change the face of both surfing and sailing, has died. We look back at his legacy.

Goodbye, Hobie Alter

Hobie Alter, who helped change the face of both surfing and sailing, has died. We look back at his legacy.

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