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what temperature will it be in March???« on: February 04 2005 13:02:00 »
I am leaving for Ireland with a friend in the beginning of march we will arrive in Cork and then we are planning to go surf and camp around Barley Cove..
Can somebody tell me what the water temperature is? what the weather is mostly like around that time of the year?? hope somebody can help me inform me with some things around that part of ireland!! Peace Robert Daan
RE: what temperature will it be in March???« Reply #1 on: February 05 2005 15:02:00 »
Hey men ,i surf and travel the hole of Ireland all year and am on the irish squad and am 14,so you can trust me.You will need 5/4 and 5m or 3m bootes you may need gloves and a hood if its windy ,the water temp will be around 11-13c and air will be from 5c at night and 14c in the sun.Travel the hole west coast and go to lahinch and all round there and Donegal bay with the best reefs in the world try the Causeway coast ,but one thing please dont letter.A warm welcome will await you on the ´´emerald isle´´
RE: what temperature will it be in March???« Reply #2 on: February 06 2005 07:02:00 »
thanks a lot matey!!!
i am flying the third of march and i hope that is all gonna be good!!!
is barley cove a left or a right??
RE: what temperature will it be in March???« Reply #3 on: April 22 2005 06:04:00 »
water in march = 8 - 10 celcius (north to south)
air = anything from freezing - 15 celcius
RE: what temperature will it be in March???« Reply #4 on: August 18 2005 08:08:00 »
it will be very cold. The waves will be awesome but the wind will be a challenge. Boots, gloves and a hood will be necessicary.
I think you learn to surf quicker here because the temperature will be an incentive to avoid wiping out.