Professional surfer Mark Visser takes extreme surfing to the next level. Last year, he lit himself and a surfboard with LED lights, procured a helicopter and jetski and then proceeded to surf Jaws, a 30 foot wave in Maui - all in the dead of the night. Now, he is going one step further in his obsession with surfing's next frontier. Visser is planning on locating and surfing the ocean's largest rogue waves by parachuting from a plane. Operation Deep Blue, his upcoming film, will tell the story of his quest.
Visser surfs Jaws at night.
Visser used submarine lighting along the bottom of his surfboard.
Another shot of Visser surfing in complete darkness.
Visser launches himself into the open ocean in search of rogue waves.