Killer Point Reviews and Ratings
(Morocco – Central Morocco)
Visitor reviews of Killer Point surf break
January 09, 2012
Geoff from Australia
I stayed with surf Maroc for seven days late October 2011. An individual surfers package gave me the opportunity with a hire car the chance to surf killer point. While anchor point is deemed to be the wave in that area the localism and crowds makes other breaks worthwhile. I surfed killers about half a dozen times during my stay and found the wave great fun and of high quality. It is usually not to crowded and the line up and length of the wave give you plenty of chance to get your fair share of waves. On low tide you can walk around the cliff which looks a lot like bells through a cave which gets you a fair way out along the point. Even when of some size say 6 to 8 feet there didn't seem to be any noticeable sweep and you could hold your position quite easily. I would recommend this wave for intermediate to advanced surfers with long workable walls and the odd barrel. Getting in and out is a lot easier than Anchors and this break is only 1 k north.
Killer Point Ratings
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Quality on a good day: 3.0
(1 star: Even when the swell and winds are optimum, the waves are poor quality, 5 stars: If conditions are right, the waves will be World Class).
Consistency of Surf: 4.0
(1: Killer Point is a fickle surf spot that only works a few times a year. 5: Reliable year-round spot).
Regional Rating: 4.0
(1: Killer Point is usually very poor quality compared to other spots in Morocco - Central Morocco. 5: the best break in Morocco - Central Morocco).
Difficulty Level: 3.5
(1: Suitable for Groms. 3: Intermediates. 5: Expert tow-in surfers only).
Onshore Wind: 2.0
(1: even a light onshore ruins the surf. 5: Killer Point can offer better rides with a light wind behind them).
Other Options: 3.0
(1: If wind or tide conditions are poor at Killer Point, it will be poor everywhere nearby. 5: other locations nearby provide a rich variety of wind and swell exposures).
Water Quality: 3.0
(1: Known health risks from pollution. 5: Never any pollution).
(1: Often too crowded. 5: Killer Point is an isolated spot where you are unlikely to meet other surfers).
(1: Getting to Killer Point requires an overland expedition or chartering a boat. 3: A 30 minute walk from the nearest parking. 5: Park a vehicle right by the break).
(1: An ugly industrial backdrop. 5: A spectacular setting).
Local Attitude: 4.0
(1: Locals are hostile to visitors. 5: Either there are no locals who surf, or else they are accommodating and friendly).
(1: Camping at Killer Point is not possible. 3: Camping tolerated but no facilities. 5: A nearby camp ground has excellent facilities and a good vibe).
(1: Besides the surf and the solitude there is nothing to do when it is flat. 5: Killer Point is in such an interesting area to visit that getting wet is a bonus).
Equipment and Repairs: 3.0
(1: Nothing can be sourced, not even wax. 5: Quality surfing equipment can be purchased or hired. Major repairs can be fixed too).
(1: Bring your own food, there isn't even a shop. 5: A wide variety of places to eat and drink at Killer Point, from fast food and cafes to fancy restaurants).
(1: Alcohol is not allowed in the country. 5: There is an excellent pub near Killer Point where you can stay or park a camper van overnight).
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