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United States Wavefinder
Swell with favourable wind conditions
|Sat AM||Ghost Tree|
Global Big Wavefinder
Powerful swell with light or offshore wind
|Mon AM||Boners (United States)||Wed AM||Grindavik Antenas (Iceland)|
|Tue AM||Fish Boma (South Africa)||Wed PM||Backdoor (United States)|
|Tue PM||The Bowl (United Kingdom)||Thu AM||Cronulla Point (Australia)|
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Latest submitted reviews
Foxton Beach surf break:
“Not sure I believe many of these comments. I have been kitesurfing this beach for over 11 years now and I have never, ever seen any of this sort of behaviour. I am not a Foxton local, I live about 40 mins away in Palmerston North, but I go to this beach whenever I can. Only problem I ever had was when I trashed a Fishermans gear because I got too close. He was pretty angry and rightly so, but we came to an amicable agreement and all was fine.
Locals are extremely friendly and I can only think that anyone that had a bad experience there then they must have been out of town yobs, they get everywhere unfortunately.
Don't be put off Foxton by these negative comments, in my experience its a great place, maybe not a great surf spot though, the Naki much better for that, but if you want to kite surf, kite landboard or SUP there are not many better places in NZ.”
Dixie from NEW ZEALAND - 24 Jan 2015
Maori Bay surf break:
“This is one of the best breaks in Auckland when it fires and when the surf is 3ft+, with a good offshore, there are barrels to be had. On small days there is a nice open face on the inside runners and in the line up every set a big rouge wave comes in that is really nice to surf. When you come here please don't bring your baggage with you, this is NOT a LEARNERS spot there are big pointed rocks so if you get it wrong good luck!”
Jack from NEW ZEALAND - 04 Jan 2015
Plum Island surf break:
“Unrideable waves that crash right into the dirt, localism, no place to park and to top it the access is destroyed. I'm sticking to the wall.”
Sam from UNITED STATES - 04 Jan 2015
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