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The Ripple Effect | 5 Must See Films With Water Women We Love

Posted by The Seea on

Allow us to introduce you to the Ripple Effect. 

A series curated on contagious energy, content, and actions we cherish behind the scenes at Seea.

We're kicking it off with five must-see films of women on the water to stay inspired this weekend from the comfort of your own home.  This collection traverse's cultures, activities, and age.  Whether you swim, dive, sail, or surf, we've got your digital dose of vitamin sea on deck! 

Maiden

Maiden follows the story of Tracy Edwards, a 24-year-old line cook, who became the skipper of the first all-female crew to enter the Whitbread Round the World in 1989 race.  A collective dream which created a movement that far exceeds beyond the deck of her ship.

 

Maiden Documentary 

Dear & Yonder

By Tiffany Campbell & Andrea Lessler, this is one of our favorite all-female surf films. With its collection of "Daring Stories Of Ladies United By The Sea."  With intimate storylines and gorgeous cinematography, this is essential for every surfer's archive.  

 

Dear & Yonder Surf Film

Ama-San Documentary

Discover the dying art of the Amasan, or Sea Women of Shirahama, Japan.  These women free-dive without breathing equipment, risking their lives, and livelihood for the love of a more balanced life and ocean.  Told through the wise eyes of seven AMA, all over the age of sixty, the film celebrates growing old while embracing the beauty, camaraderie, and longevity of female friendship, defined by lives lived mostly "underwater" and the freedom that they find beneath the sea.

 

Ama-San Documentary 

Kim Swims

This story follows an accomplished open water swimmer's attempt to become the first woman to swim 30 miles through the cold, sharky waters off of the San Francisco coast.  

"If you think you can't do something, or you're afraid of doing something, that's exactly when you should do it." - Kim Chambers

 Kim Swims Documentary

Maidentrip

Wrapping up our list with the amazing adventure of 14-year-old Laura Dekker, and her two-year voyage in pursuit to be the youngest person to ever sail around the world alone.  Battling scrutiny and a global media storm, you'll discover a capable young woman on her search for freedom and adventure. 

 

Maiden Trip Documentary

 

We hope this list brings value and inspiration into your downtime.  Keep an eye out for our next installment of the Ripple Effect as we continue to share high spirits, inspired ideas, and sow seeds of joy across our digital lineup!

 


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2 comments


  • Nice to have something inspiring on the watch list…many thanks!

    jamie Isbell on

  • Thanks! The only one I had seen is Maiden. Looking forward to seeing the rest. Nice compilation 🌟

    Liza Brown on

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