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United States Wavefinder
Swell with favourable wind conditions

Thu AM Boners 3
Thu PM Lincoln City Nelscott Reef 5
Fri AM Ghost Tree 5
Fri PM Mavericks 5
Sat AM Boners 5
Bermuda wave energy surf 12 hr forecast

Forecast Wave Energy (Power): 12hrs

United States Wavefinder
Swell with favourable wind conditions

Mon AM Mavericks 5
Mon PM Ghost Tree 5
Tue AM Mavericks 5
Tue PM Ghost Tree 5
Wed AM Lincoln City Nelscott Reef 5

Global Big Wavefinder
Powerful swell with light or offshore wind

Mon AM Bundoran (Ireland) 6 Tue PM Afife (Portugal) 5
Mon PM Faial - Praia do Norte (Portugal) 6 Thu AM Baia (Portugal) 5
Tue AM Garywilliam Point (Ireland) 6 Thu PM Arinaga (Spain) 5

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Latest submitted reviews

Sao Pedro surf break:


“Nice point break with a slow longboard style wave. It's a bit of distance to paddle out to the point, but worth it. Some locals but all super friendly if you show respect and chat to them. Needs more swell to work than Carcavelos, or a more southerly swell direction. Can pick up waves closer in to the beach as well. Enjoy.”

Johny Ohio from UNITED KINGDOM - 19 Nov 2014

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Carcavelos surf break:


“Great beach break with lots of sand bars so plenty of choice for rights or lefts. Super busy with locals, but all very friendly if you show respect and have a chat. Good food in the surf bars along the beach and a reef at top end of beach. Enjoy!”

Johny Ohio from UNITED KINGDOM - 19 Nov 2014

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Mers-les-Bains surf break:


“If you're from Belgium this is the closest place you can go to do some surfing.

In autumn I go almost every weekend since I have also got myself a SUP board there is almost always something to do there.
Especially for learning to catch waves (after you've mastered standing up in the foam :) ) this place is really good. Not too heavy but the waves will take you for a ride!

It is however not good at all stages of the tide. At high tide the fun is over. Also if you're still in the water at high tide, coming out is not pleasant. There is a rather steep climb on pebbles and the waves crash into it and of course come back ... taking some pebbles with them. Wear your boots, I didn't the first time ... ouch :) !

Also although the beach is all pebbles., under the water its sand, all the pebbles are washed ashore. Which makes this a care free place to board. If you go closer to the cliff though there are rocks so stay in front of the beach.

Also watch the fishermen ... those bastards :)”

Ruben from BELGIUM - 14 Nov 2014

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