Here’s how you hang ten — even when the surf’s down in New Jersey.
A pro surfer caught a gnarly wave in the wake of a massive ferry boat and rode it for two full minutes — dazzling passengers, wild video shows.
Rob Kelly, of Ocean City, made a splash despite still waters by paddling behind the Cape May-Lewes Ferry Friday then hopping up on the shortboard, he said in a Facebook post, where he posted the footage.
Totally rad video shows him carving through the Delaware Bay alongside the vessel — prompting ferry riders to whip out their phones to film the daring stunt.
“That was the first time I rode a board like that, and that was the best one that I’ve ever caught there,” he told NJ.com. “It’s such a big boat, it still feels like a wake, but if you can get it where the conditions line up, you get pockets where it feels like