Posting a new Topic:
You can post a new question from the country page to which the question is relevant to, or at the bottom right hand of this page.

You don't need to register
to post a new question or answer excisting ones
Please don't spam this forum with your new surf camp / charter / villa / surf school. Go to and list your business there for free.

The GlobalSurfers forum has been the leading surf travel resource for over 17 years, so keep it friendly and relevant. Happy posting!

Topic: Surfing buddies...
Views: 2341 Replies: 2
Topic: Surfing buddies...
Views: 2341 Replies: 2



Posted in

Ireland Ireland



Surfing buddies...

How do gang,
I'm in my mid twenties, I'm giving the surfing a go for the past year and am finding it hard to keep it a regular past time... with friends only half heartedly taking it up for a while and droppin all as soon as the weather gets though (no girls and hot weather more like) ...
I'm trying to make some contacts for weekends away - let it be for the day or weekend piss ups- with travelling from kilkenny/galway, I occasionally reach the coast of clare or tramore.. (had one very frightening visit to Easkey, Co. Sligo - was afraid to even open the door of the car, being a beginner as i mentioned above, ha)
This might be the wrong area to ask but if you could help me it would be class.




RE: Surfing buddies...

Hi Paul,
I've just moved to Kilkenny and have been having the same problem. But, I'm managing to get some new recruits from Kilkenny. I'm probably heading down to Tramore this Sat, early afternoon. If you're about let me know and we could meet. I was there yesterday and there were excellent beginner conditions.  Check out the forum on the T-bay website as well.

Looking for surf spots in Ireland ?

surf atlas