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RE: surf jamaica« Reply #1 on: September 01 2004 15:09:00 »
Get over what ever it is bredrin...
Youre missing out
RE: surf jamaica« Reply #2 on: September 04 2004 14:09:00 »
If you need an informal relaxed economical place to stay near the best three breaks on the southeast coast, check out Jamnesia Surf Club/camp. We have hosted crews from SURFER, SURFING, Brazillian and Japanese sport TV, as well as just the average surfer who wants to chill out Jamnesia style. Drop us a line!
RE: surf jamaica« Reply #3 on: October 08 2004 06:10:00 »
if you're looking to actually surf where its beautiful and the surf is good...jamaica s surf spots are trash ladened and really fickled and when good, not that good compared to cheaper carribean dest. The hurricane has made it expensive here as well. I'de go else where.
RE: surf jamaica« Reply #4 on: October 31 2004 16:10:00 »
this may be true. keep checking jahmekya for the daily surf reports to get a handle on the consistancy, if there is any.
RE: surf jamaica« Reply #5 on: April 05 2005 08:04:00 »
hey, i'm very excited to go to Jamaica in August but I'm going on a cruise for a few days and were first going to Ocho Rios then we are going on a excursion to Montego Bay. I was curious to know where i could find some decent surf around in that area but I dont want to travel to far. If you could e-mail me with some information it would be greatly appreciated. Thank you w/b.
RE: surf jamaica« Reply #6 on: April 08 2005 08:04:00 »
Mobay and Ochi are definitely not prime surf destinations in JA, especially in August (unless you've got a tropical storm in the NW quadrant of the Caribbean. Most all of the surfing is done in the east. If your tour offers a bus trip over to Boston Bay as a sideline (for jerk cuisine, presumably), take it. You might catch it, and they've got boards to rent over there as well.
RE: surf jamaica« Reply #7 on: June 07 2006 12:06:00 »
hi!i m from argentina I 've started practice surf two year ago in brazil and the next summer i m going to jamaica and i would like know some tips..please and Do you want write my e-mail? so we can chat if you can. ok see you..Marcel
RE: surf jamaica« Reply #9 on: June 15 2006 23:06:00 »
Hey.I m gonna go to Jamaica for a mounth July to Aug. Boston Bay and Long bay are famous as surf spots but I don't know about like gusthouses around there.so let me know about it,please...thankx