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Jamaica, Montego Bay ... surf there or nearby?« on: April 29 2006 01:04:00 »
You avg surfer here from Ocean Beach, San Francisco. I am heading to a wedding in Montega Bay and my time there is limited. I gotta get some surf if possible.
If anyone knows of a place to get to for a half a day session from there. I would be appreciative ...
RE: Jamaica, Montego Bay ... surf there or nearby?« Reply #1 on: April 30 2006 16:04:00 »
I've surfed Jamaica and the nearest spot I know is a solid 4 hours east in Buff Bay. I think the waves are seldom large enough any further to the west. Unfortunately, the only place you can rent a board is on the south-east corner of the island... write me if you need more info.
RE: Jamaica, Montego Bay ... surf there or nearby?« Reply #2 on: June 09 2006 03:06:00 »
Also heading to a Wedding in Mnntego Bay, would like to get some surfing in. What is the place called to rent a board?
RE: Jamaica, Montego Bay ... surf there or nearby?« Reply #3 on: June 13 2006 17:06:00 »
is buff bay near negril and if not is there any surf near negril
RE: Jamaica, Montego Bay ... surf there or nearby?« Reply #4 on: February 25 2008 11:02:00 »
Hey man, I too am going to Jamaica for a wedding an would love to surf. I saw that you said the nearest rental place is four hours away, If I brought my own board do you know of anywhere in Montego bay i could surf?
RE: Jamaica, Montego Bay ... surf there or nearby?« Reply #5 on: March 04 2008 00:03:00 »
sorry mate. I think you would need a storm or act of god to get a wave in Montego Bay. Buff Bay is a solid 4 hours east and they have some boards (local kids, no shop name) in Boston Bay, about another 45 minutes east. If you end up near Kingston, Billy Wilmot has a good selection of boards.
RE: Jamaica, Montego Bay ... surf there or nearby?« Reply #6 on: April 12 2009 19:04:00 »
looking to take a surf trip to jamaica? were do you recommend me to go?
RE: Jamaica, Montego Bay ... surf there or nearby?« Reply #7 on: April 28 2009 16:04:00 »
Hey guys, I've been reading through the post and I thought I'd throw my two cents in. Believe it or not there is a spot in Mo Bay that's ridable. The center jetty right out in the middle of the bay will actually break but the key is being there on one of the three (or less probably) days of the year that it does. And if you're going in the summer, it's not gonna happen. As far as taking a half day trip from there to surf... that's not likely. Walter mentioned Buff Bay which is gonna be the closest spot with consistent surf and like he said.. 4 hours away.
RE: Jamaica, Montego Bay ... surf there or nearby?« Reply #8 on: April 28 2009 16:04:00 »
In response to Mike's question.. No, there's no surf in Negril and you couldn't be any farther from surf and still be in Jamaica.. Forget surfing and stick to the rum and Red Stripe. And Angelo, if you're looking to surf in Jamaica you're going to want to check out the south / south east side of the island from kingston around to Boston Bay. I've got an article on my site at http://www.surfspotsonline.com/jamaica-surf-spots.html that details a lot of the spots I surfed when I was down there. Check it out if you're still looking for info.