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Topic: waves/water tempuratures

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By:

vadim

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Peru Peru

 

waves/water tempuratures

« on: May 24 2009 03:05:00 »

hey guys i just want to know what sort of water  temperature would it be in july around the mancora area of peru? cheers

By:

Jim

RE: waves/water tempuratures

« Reply #1 on: May 24 2009 11:05:00 »

I'll be there in July, like last year.
And usually it's either surfing with a spring suit or maybe a 3/2 fullsuit.
Depends on what you are used to and how easily you get cold.

By:

Coast Road

RE: waves/water tempuratures

« Reply #2 on: October 16 2009 04:10:00 »

Mancora is outside the grips of the frigid Humboldt current, instead its graced by the warmer Panama current flowing down. So, that said, its definitely not full steamer material like Chicama et al further south, but its not Central American board shorts stuff either. Due to space limitations, for my trip I (stupidly) used a Spring suit all the way down to Chicama and beyond - way to cold for that there by the way - and Mancora was about the ideal temperature for it.
Read further about my Latin American surf adventures at www.coastroadproject.com
Best of luck, hope you score it.


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