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Will be in Scotland July.Should I Bring Board?« on: March 15 2005 13:03:00 »
I am an avid norcal surfer, Will be in Scotland in July, is is worrth hauling my boards over there, paying the airlines, looking like an idiot in london and glasgow, carring a board around. I cannot get a good read on if there is surf there in the summer or not. Does thurso break in the summer? I have no problems taking my boards, but definately dont want to if its totally the off season, i would rather spend the board transport money in a pub. Whats my chances of scoring in July around the Thurso area.
RE: Will be in Scotland July.Should I Bring Board?« Reply #1 on: April 15 2005 00:04:00 »
hey man, im a 16 yr old student whoes boarding down in perth western australia. we've got a house up north near tounge and i go up every summer and ive been asking the exact question, is there any surf in the summer? cos theres bugger all during perth summer. well im gonna find out, im bringing up my board and i plan to check sum spots out so id do the same if i where you.
RE: Will be in Scotland July.Should I Bring Board?« Reply #2 on: April 15 2005 06:04:00 »
you should be able to pick up some waves. most consistently your better going in nov - april for winter swell but once again you should get something so i would definitely bring your board. pritty baltic but in july there'l be some heat comin down which is beautiful. awesome setting
RE: Will be in Scotland July.Should I Bring Board?« Reply #3 on: May 21 2005 08:05:00 »
Its frustrating as it is living here as I live a few hours from the North Coast of Scotland. I went a few days ago on a fairly big north swell for the summer. The winds wer onshore, so I thought as it was a big north swell I would go to Oldeshoremore. So I drove all the way there it was lcean but tiny, Swell was not quite NE so it missed it.
Thats kind of the nature fo Scottish surfing.
You are better to stay right near the break ie Thurso.
Its not the pacific, I have surfed on the pacific and its a lot more consistant.Winter is much better.
E mail me if you want to know where the best place in Summer is in Scotland as I dont like to keep saying it here incase it gets too busy! However, its pretty easy to work out!