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United States Wavefinder
Swell with favourable wind conditions
|Fri AM||Samoa Peninsula|
|Fri PM||Lincoln City Nelscott Reef|
|Sat PM||Mouse Rock|
|Sun AM||Lincoln City Nelscott Reef|
Global Big Wavefinder
Powerful swell with light or offshore wind
|Mon PM||Chameau (Mauritius)||Wed AM||Bancoora (Australia)|
|Tue AM||Easter Reef (Australia)||Wed PM||Buchupureo (Chile)|
|Tue PM||Tanga Roa (Chile)||Thu AM||Bancoora (Australia)|
Surf spots in your area
* We have determined your approximate geographical location by the IP address, which suggests these closest surfing spots. Click the names below to see more info and wave forecasts.
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Latest submitted reviews
Meacom Pier surf break:
“Meacom Pier, or as we knew it, Shorty's Longest Pier was a great spot to go in the early 80's. Never really that crowded and you could always jump off the pier if the surf was up and did not want to deal with paddling. The sandbars around the pier always seemed to kick up some nice surf. I had some great winter days there, shoulder to head high sets were common. Unfortunately, time and storms took away the old pier. These days when I passed by its location, there is no longer a pier and not really any beach access. Just for reference, the location on the map above has it located where the North Jetty is (no surf), where as Meacom's Pier was actually about 25 miles down the peninsula, a few miles past Rollover Pass. Great memories of the place though!”
Robert Johnson from UNITED STATES - 04 Dec 2013
Hideaway surf break:
“Just had 7 days at resort and had a great time.
The surf was small to flat except for the final morning.
Had a surf on all days but 2 (tours).
Even on the smaller days the wave had enough go in it to make the surf fun. The last day was 3-4ft on half tide going out and showed how good it could get.
The reef isn't the sharpest but requires caution. The wave is not long but nice takeoff/barrel and a turn or two possible. This not a glamour break but good enough to keep most happy while on holiday with the missus.”
James from AUSTRALIA - 02 Dec 2013
Haapiti surf break:
“Dangerous Spot , lots of tourists have been caught in the huge current. They ended up way out far from the spot, powerful current, dangerous it is! And there's BIG SHARKS 18 people have been attacked at Haapiti surf spot in only 3years! Now its forbidden to go there, sharks are too dangerous. Taapuna is a surf spot in Tahiti its more safe. Never go back to Haapiti or you'll die quickly !!!!”
Moorea Boy from FRENCH POLYNESIA - 30 Nov 2013
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