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- Rasta Surfboards: ‘Barwon Heads: Pretty clean surf at 13th and townies this morn with a solid 3 to 4ft swell on the open beaches should be a fun day of surf with not too many crew around early sunshine expected too mmm .Monday will be northerly at 18K’s and 3 to 4ft clean surf again on the open beaches pretty much offshore all day .clean quality waves on the reef’
- Coolum: ‘Coolum surf: 1.4 metres(5') 10 knots SE. The S protected stretches and E facing points early on the dropping tide before the ESE winds get up. Fun ones in the outer bays at Noosa also on the dropping tide.’
- Kauai Beach Guide Choppy surf continues along E facing shores. N & W look good. S has a small swell. FREE #Kauai Beach Guide app lists daily ocean & weather
- Rip Curl School (Bali) Time for Bali to fly with #airushkites and #ripcurlschoolofsurf Hows your first day of weekend,have you kite today?
Latest submitted reviews
Whakatane Heads surf break:
I was disappointed to read this comment (“Whakatane Heads is the most over rated surf spot in New Zealand. Hardly ever breaks and is polluted beyond a joke.”
MORGZ from NEW ZEALAND - 13 May 2010) especially the bit where it is polluted beyond a joke! Our river and bar entrance is not polluted at all, the water clarity is great. However, if we have a significant rain fall or flood then the river is dirty only because of that factor - then it clears within a few days depending on the severity of the flood. This happens worldwide - any flooding creates a dirty river or sea but it does not mean it is polluted. The duty maritime officer is always picking up any debris that has come down in the floods in our river entrance and around the moorings.
Raewyn from NEW ZEALAND - 12 Jul 2016
Aberaeron surf break:
“What a great Website.. First time visiting here and looked at this Website for tidal information. Superb, thank you..”
Sean from UNITED KINGDOM - 11 Jul 2016
Praia Grande (Ubatuba) surf break:
“No the water is not cold, just intense but it's not too cod... a few people can even surf without a wetsuit. You will be welcome!”
Rogerio from BRAZIL - 05 Jul 2016
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