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RE: surf buddy wanted,Edinburgh« Reply #1 on: August 06 2006 13:08:00 »
Get yourself over to Clan Skates in Glasgow, the guys there go on trips everytime there is surf and I am sure you would be able to tag along!
RE: surf buddy wanted,Edinburgh« Reply #2 on: August 19 2006 08:08:00 »
Im moving back home form a year in California and im brining my surfboard. I havent surfed in Scotland yet im pretty sure ill need a good wetsuit...Do you know any good spots?
RE: surf buddy wanted,Edinburgh« Reply #3 on: August 21 2006 14:08:00 »
i stay in livingston and also lookin 4 someone to surf with as my mates are all borin and dont want to try anythin new .lol. giv me an email. Ryand1888@aol.co.uk or firstname.lastname@example.org
RE: surf buddy wanted,Edinburgh« Reply #4 on: August 31 2006 16:08:00 »
I'm not the most qaulified person on Scottish swell magnets but, i've been here about a month now and after my initial frantic search for surf, things have sadly quietened down . Anyway, these are the spots I've been to so far:
30 mins east of Edinburgh is the beautiful long beach of Belhaven, and then south from here, Pease bay, followed by the more sheltered Coldingham.
And I believe there's a few other spots along that the stretch.
If you're up for any adventures north or west, just drop me a line; currently going through a phase of dreaming of surfing!
Hope the info helps
RE: surf buddy wanted,Edinburgh« Reply #5 on: August 31 2006 18:08:00 »
Alright guys, not sure about times of the year because i have been away from home for so long,
Few spots around St Andrews.
Aberdeen where i am from the is, ABN beach, can miss it, Nigg Bay a nice right hander when it works
Bay of Plenty not to bad,
Fraserb. there is a few spots, worth checking on a big swell. Local harbour on the wall there is a spot, in the bay, hell theres heaps of spots just take a drive, Wisemans Sandend ...... just have a look
Thurso up north, if your really keen, but cold
RE: surf buddy wanted,Edinburgh« Reply #6 on: September 22 2007 00:09:00 »
The best place to go near to Edinburgh is Pease Bay / Dunbar, it's a wee bit down the coast, but the guys at the Surf shop Puro Nectar will tell you if it's looking good (they're in Dunbar). I think its puro nectar surf dot com (it is I just checked).
RE: surf buddy wanted,Edinburgh« Reply #7 on: September 23 2007 06:09:00 »
I would look to Dunbar, I was down there a while ago, nicer atmosphere.
Pease bay is full of idiots who think they are really good at surfing and the 'look and talking the talk' but wouldnt be able to surf on proper big Scottish waves on north coast or west coast. Mmmm, lets all cling to that horrible sewer outlet side of Pease to get 'the wave'.
Coldingham is nice too but small bay.
RE: surf buddy wanted,Edinburgh« Reply #8 on: September 23 2007 10:09:00 »
none of you,s have a clue about surfing or waves i surf coldy and pease and dunbar and (tl) most people r locals and u obviously aint tl s the best place down there 2 surf and the waste is all away now not had problems 4 years i aint the best surfer far from it but u sound just like a ( t i t ) any problems c me on the east coast (t i t) il b driving an aa car so ul know who i am fake ass
RE: surf buddy wanted,Edinburgh« Reply #9 on: September 23 2007 18:09:00 »
u sound like a hot guy can we meet in your van and share waxing tips?