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St. Andrews« on: November 29 2004 16:11:00 »
I am a new surfer from Fife who hase been surfing at Pease and Coldingham and I am looking for info on St. Andrews since its a fair bit closer for me. Where exactly is best? When is best tide wise? Is it suitable for a keen novice ? Are there other good learning spots in Fife? How do you avoid HRH?
Cheers in advance.
RE: St. Andrews« Reply #1 on: December 05 2004 08:12:00 »
Jock I am currently living in dundee and have surfed St andrews only a couple of times in 1.5 years. Its not the best spot for frequent surf. If you look at a map it is considerably further inland than south of Edinbrugh or north toward Aberdeen. I have only ever seen it work well on an easterly but that doesn't mean it doesn't work on other variation swells. I know there are a few local surfers in St A. but i recomend you focus on other spots than st andrews. Try to get in touch with a local contact if you realy want to surf it. They will be able to tel you if it is working or not.
RE: St. Andrews« Reply #3 on: December 09 2004 05:12:00 »
James, can you drop me a mail.. I am coming home for xmas, and have booked a flight, was going to cancel and hire a car. If your going surfing over xmas, and wanna use your car as a share, let me know and i'll pay the petrol.
My mail address is email@example.com
RE: St. Andrews« Reply #4 on: April 18 2005 15:04:00 »
hey surfn dudes....soz..........just sold up the snowbrd gear and bought a minimal....any hints and tips on ware to practice.......i hear st andys not to bad for begginers but the waves in thurso look amazing........any advice?
RE: St. Andrews« Reply #5 on: April 19 2005 07:04:00 »
Yea stick to St Andrews, Thurso on it's day is one of the best waves in the uk. Have you got a car? Travel the east coast from Edin up and you'll find some decent beginner spots.
RE: St. Andrews« Reply #6 on: June 06 2005 15:06:00 »
thkx kim...........went out to st andrews twice and got some practice in...........felt a bit of a loner as i seemed to b the only surfer in scotland ?...anyways...waves wernt to bad and i think i was up for at least 10 seconds once....lol.....of to thurso now.......so hopefully i will contact you with the results.......fingers legs eyes crossed....