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RE: Looking for waves in germany« Reply #1 on: August 08 2005 16:08:00 »
Dont people surf on rivers in Germany somewhere?
Theres a place in the stormriders guide to Europe I remember.
waves in Germany?« Reply #2 on: August 31 2005 11:08:00 »
woof, not much real surfing in Deutschland if you ask me...
If you have a look at the map, there's a few places in the
North that can pick up and then there's also that river ride
but seriously, Joe, take your car and head west to the
French atlantic. From K-Town it only takes your ~8 hours
or so (less if you wanna pay for French highways) and you
have WORLD CLASS spots and a nice scenic drive along
the atlantic coast...
BTW, gimme a shout when you made your mind up,
I'm from K-Town, too, at least my board is there as
I live further South.
RE: Looking for waves in germany« Reply #3 on: September 26 2005 07:09:00 »
an der Nordsee bzw Ostsee gibt es schon ein paar schöne spots. Mein Tipp fahr nach DK in den Norden ;)
RE: Looking for waves in germany« Reply #4 on: November 11 2005 10:11:00 »
Came from HAwaii, and been in K-town for almost 2yrs and never considered there was surf in Germany. Funny :-). I agree with tone though....head to France.
RE: Looking for waves in germany« Reply #5 on: November 11 2005 11:11:00 »
I used to surf in the worst bit of the UK for surf which probably picks up more swell than Germany, it sucked.
I dont understand why the locals even lived there if they were that into surfing. Im sorry, if your that into surfing youd give up your job/partner and transfer to somewhere thats good.
I dont see the point scraping the barrel, take up kitesurfing or something at least you can progress to a good level even with little or no waves.
But sure, check out France/Spain especially in Winter.
RE: Looking for waves in germany« Reply #6 on: February 09 2006 07:02:00 »
thank god we have no croweds.
RE: Looking for waves in germany« Reply #7 on: February 18 2006 18:02:00 »
Hey I live in Mannheim and drive to France to surf when its firing on the weekends let me know if anyone is interested in going west...
RE: Looking for waves in germany« Reply #9 on: May 15 2006 21:05:00 »