A state of total oversaturation. The waterlogged surfboard is the result of one or more unfixed dings or cracks, allowing water into the board's core material—usually its a death sentence. The waterlogged surfer, having put in a way-above-average number of hours in the surf, is usually well stoked, as well as tired, dehydrated, and prune-fingered. Waterlogged is the title of Bruce Brown's 1962 surf film—a rush-job compilation of his previous four movies, and the last film he made before his b...