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The third largest maelstrom in the world is located in the relatively narrow Strait of Corryvreckan. Extreme tidal currents surge into whirlpools swirling round and round due in part to its location between two islands off the west coast of Scotland and the pyramidal rock on the sea floor. 30 foot waves swell from a depth of 100 fathoms and the reverberation of nature’s fury is heard from as far as ten miles away. Bewitching and bizarre legends were told by Celtic people about the ominous…

The third largest maelstrom in the world is located in the relatively narrow Strait of Corryvreckan. Extreme tidal currents surge into whirlpools swirling round and round due in part to its location between two islands off the west coast of Scotland and the pyramidal rock on the sea floor. 30 foot waves swell from a depth of 100 fathoms and the reverberation of nature’s fury is heard from as far as ten miles away. Bewitching and bizarre legends were told by Celtic people about the ominous…

Riding the 20 MILE wave: Surfers pictured at sunrise cruising on the Severn Bore as massive tidal surge sweeps along inland river.

Riding the 20 MILE wave: Surfers pictured at sunrise cruising on the Severn Bore as massive tidal surge sweeps along inland river

Riding the 20 MILE wave: Surfers pictured at sunrise cruising on the Severn Bore as massive tidal surge sweeps along inland river.

Surfers take the wave of the tidal bore called Severn bore on the River Severn at Minsterworth in Gloucestershire

Supertide 2015: Britain and France affected by 'tide of the century', in pictures

Surfers take the wave of the tidal bore called Severn bore on the River Severn at Minsterworth in Gloucestershire

Kilt Rock, Isle Of Skye, Scotland.

Kilt Rock, Isle Of Skye, Scotland.

Vertical view of Neist Point lighthouse with rocks in foreground and rocky coastline, Scotland | 19 Reasons Why Scotland Must Be on Your Bucket List. Amazing no. #12

19 Reasons Why Scotland Must Be on Your Bucket List. Amazing no. #12

Vertical view of Neist Point lighthouse with rocks in foreground and rocky coastline, Scotland | 19 Reasons Why Scotland Must Be on Your Bucket List. Amazing no. #12

Eternal shores Ireland

Eternal shores Ireland

Winding rocks in the Scottish highlands

Winding rocks in the Scottish highlands

Off the Scottish island of Mull, a boating George Orwell once nearly went down in the infamous Corryvreckan Whirlpool:

Off the Scottish island of Mull, a boating George Orwell once nearly went down in the infamous Corryvreckan Whirlpool:

Pororoca, Brazilian Amazon Porocora is one of the world's highest tidal bores, with a height of up to four metres. It flows for up to 497 miles down the Amazon river, and has been surfed for many years. It's one of the most dangerous bores, thanks to the height of the wave, the debris carried by the water and the creatures which dwell in the river. in 1999 a Brazilian surfer rode the Porocora for 37 minutes and for a distance of seven miles.

Pororoca, Brazilian Amazon Porocora is one of the world's highest tidal bores, with a height of up to four metres. It flows for up to 497 miles down the Amazon river, and has been surfed for many years. It's one of the most dangerous bores, thanks to the height of the wave, the debris carried by the water and the creatures which dwell in the river. in 1999 a Brazilian surfer rode the Porocora for 37 minutes and for a distance of seven miles.

The Cloch Lighthouse on the coast of the Firth of Clyde, Scotland | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

The Cloch Lighthouse on the coast of the Firth of Clyde, Scotland | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

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