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Topic: Safety at Raglan
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Topic: Safety at Raglan
Views: 2350 Replies: 5

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Aaron

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Safety at Raglan

How do I keep safe when surfing at Raglan's point-breaks? I am a beginner/intermediate surfer looking to up my game a bit.  Any tips guys?  I promise I will not drop in on you.



By:

Michael

RE: Safety at Raglan

Getting in and out of the water is the unsafe part in raglan that might give you a few scratches, the locals are fine, as long as you give respect and are not an idiot and stick to surf etiquette( same applies to any beach in the world)

By:

Aaron

RE: Safety at Raglan

Ok, thanks.  But how deep are the rocks? If I manage to wipe out, am I likely to be mushed into them?



By:

Michael

RE: Safety at Raglan

It's just when getting in and out of the water, and even that can be avoided by making a longer paddle to a boat ramp further down ( If it's still there, it's been 15 years since I was there)
It's a great town.

By:

simon

RE: Safety at Raglan

It's pretty chill if its not too big.
Real good vibes in that place.

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