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Topic: SUrf

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By:

Rhett

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« on: July 16 2005 05:07:00 »

I will be in UK Aug Sept staying in Brighton UK for a week and then onto the Isle of Mull of West Scotland for 2 weeks. is there any surf spots worth checking out?



By:

Longobordo

RE: SUrf

« Reply #1 on: August 07 2005 18:08:00 »

deafened by the response eh? sorry i cant help though.

By:

a

RE: SUrf

« Reply #2 on: August 08 2005 11:08:00 »

need to try and get to the south west if you can - should be some nice september swells ...

By:

gadge

RE: SUrf

« Reply #3 on: August 08 2005 16:08:00 »

Why?
Mull is near the outer Hebrides and the north coast of Scotland with world class breaks.



By:

a

RE: SUrf

« Reply #4 on: August 09 2005 13:08:00 »

didn't mean the Scotland leg of the trip - that would be fine - I meant s/w rather than Brighton area.......still, you never know - might stike lucky there anyways...

By:

chav

RE: SUrf

« Reply #5 on: August 09 2005 20:08:00 »

Ok, sure from what ive heard the SW would knock the socks off Brighton.

Ive heard Kimeridge can be good?

By:

a

RE: SUrf

« Reply #6 on: August 10 2005 11:08:00 »

yep, heard the same although never surfed there.  Problem is you're looking for a stong swell to come up the channel which you're unlikely to hit in a 1 week window. More chance at that time of year getting lucky west/north Cornwall, North Devon, Wales e.t.c.  This is 'cos there's usually lots of storms pushing swell towards our west coast.


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