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WATCH NOW: Pro surfer Rob Kelly surfs ferry wake in Cape May

Ocean City professional surfer Rob Kelly on Monday posted a video to his Facebook page of him surfing in the wake of the Cape May-Lewes Ferry. He can be seen in the video waiting for the ferry to pass, bringing a wake up under his board. He immediately gets to surfing, and many of the ferry's passengers can be seen in the video watching Kelly hitch a ride in the boat's wake.
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Video shows pro surfer Rob Kelly riding wake of Cape May-Lewes Ferry

New Jersey doesn't always supply the biggest of waves if you're a surfer in search of a thrill and a challenge. Sometimes a little creativity is needed. To make up for a quiet day at the shore last Friday, pro surfer Rob Kelly decided to take a shortboard out to Cape May. Instead of catching waves, he simply rode the wake of the Cape May-Lewes Ferry for a solid two minutes. The 17-mile ferry route connects North Cape May to Lewes, Delaware.
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