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surf in new caledonia« on: April 10 2005 04:04:00 »
I worke in new caledonia and i know the main spots for surfing. I surfed more than 20 spots around the "grande terre" (main island), 2 at "iles des pins" (pin island?) and 1 at "ouvea".
If you have any questions for a surftrip in new caledonia, I will be happy to help you in your research.
RE: surf in new caledonia« Reply #1 on: April 12 2005 01:04:00 »
I have booked a couple of weeks in August'05 at Novata Park Hotel. Whats the best arrangement for surf transfers. I have a 3.4 metre inflatable boat with a 10 hp motor is it worth bringing it? The cost of transfers Seems to be expensive from what I have been told, is there any cheaper options.
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RE: surf in new caledonia« Reply #6 on: June 21 2005 05:06:00 »
I will come from france at the end of July for a month or so.
I would like to know if it is easy to find a boat (with a local) to go to Dumbéa, Ténia or Skatepark?
If yes, what type of arrangment are possible, share the gasoline to go ?
Have you got a boat?
RE: surf in new caledonia« Reply #7 on: December 12 2005 21:12:00 »
I'm an experienced surfer coming from Australia to surf NC in June/July 06. Can you suggest reasonable accommodation and availability & price of daily boat trips to the surf?
RE: surf in new caledonia« Reply #8 on: January 10 2006 22:01:00 »
I'm considering going to New Caledonia for a week to surf with a few friends (May - June). I know of a boat trip, but is it just as easy to stay on the mainland and take day trips? Do you know where I could find information on the places to surf, and boat availability etc....
RE: surf in new caledonia« Reply #9 on: April 08 2006 13:04:00 »
Just want to reply to you about your planning trip to surf in N-C...Well I'm going there next week for a surf safary around the place with some locals meeting us there. 4X4 wheel drive 20 foot boat (some spots are way out 20 to 30mint boat trip Reefs in the middle of nowhere with tides and unpredictable currents according to sweel size and you've got to deal with very fast changing wind conditions and directions.
You really have to be prepared mentaly for that...
I'll give you a run down on my way back with some picks .