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- Ann's Cottage Surf Shop: ‘Praa Sands surf report: Wind 15mph Offshore. Surf 1-2 feet, Clean. Air temperature 11 degs C’
- Ann's Cottage Surf Shop: ‘Fistral surf report: Surf 2-3 feet, Clean. Wind 10mph Offshore. Air temperature 9 C’
- Ann's Cottage Surf Shop: ‘Polzeath surf report: Wind 10mph Offshore. Surf 2-3 feet, Clean. Air temperature 9 degrees C’
- LA Co Lifeguards Surf Report 12/4: 2-3’ Knee-chest high New long period NW swell builds in - surf is inconsistent. Small SSW swell mixes in. Fair Conditions.
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Latest submitted reviews
Kua Bay surf break:
“I love this beach. The summer swell is frustratingly inconsistent, and usually flat, but from November to February the winter swell stars to pound and you can see some overheads (sometimes double overheads) all day. I like it because it is close to Kona. The wind is usually on shore but not strong enough to mess us the surf... usually”
Grant from UNITED STATES - 20 Nov 2016
Walkerville surf break:
“Walkerville requires specific conditions but when it is pumping it's amazing, had some of my best surfs their. Friendly locals sharing the waves young and old alike :)”
Hi from AUSTRALIA - 14 Nov 2016
Anse de Cabestan surf break:
“This spot named here as Anse de Cabestan is if I follow the map the Bay of Le Loch. The Anse de Cabestan is the same spot Location known as St. Tugen/Trez ar Goarem. Don't know who rated Anse de Cabestan/ Le Loch, but I like to mention that I am living since 4 years a 2 min walk away of this beach and I had max 5 sessions! Le Loch needs very big swell before it is surfable. Reasons are several reefs and a long jetty which shelters the bay. Main spot is a beach in the center of the bay but related to the tide and the shape of the seabed the window for good surf conditions is short - about an hour. Best is 1,5 hs before and after hig tide. On the western coast of Le Loch bay there are two more reefbreaks wich are much more consistent than the main beach. Both reefs are producing righthanders the inner reef is a good idea when the break is everywhere around too big. This break is also good sheltered against westerly winds. The outer reef produces good and steep righthanders but it is a lon walk with a final rockclimb to enter the spot. This spot is affected by west winds.
It is never crowded there, and the biggest number of surfers I saw in the last four years were five people! It is not reliable, the working conditions for this spot are very rare - when it works the timewindow is limited. Best spot is the inner reef.”
gerhard from FRANCE - 10 Oct 2016
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