Dave Rastovich: Paddling with a purpose
Rasta receives the traditional Maori blessing before heading out on an epic adventure.
Big and wild
Nov. 20: Rasta's paddle was on the wild and rugged coast of New Zealand, an easy place to be humbled by your surroundings.
On dry land
Dec. 1: Rasta receives a warm welcome from his supporters in Piha.
Peak to peak
Rasta goes right while Mt. Taranaki looms in the background.
While Rasta faced high seas during part of his trip, on this day it was all smiles and mellow vibes.
A growing movement
Communities are the key to change. Rasta and the Kiwis Against Seabed Mining (KASM) crew rally a new generation behind the cause.
The more, the merrier
Rasta always invites fellow ocean enthusiasts to join him on his journeys. He found plenty of friends in Raglan.
Day 1: The journey of 217 miles begins with a single stroke.