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Topic: lunan bay
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Topic: lunan bay
Views: 1883 Replies: 7

By:

Whass

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Scotland Scotland

 

 

lunan bay

iam stayin with 1 of my mates in the area and was wondering, what is lunanbay like for surfin?



By:

bob

RE: lunan bay

thats an intresting question iam afraid i dont know the answer but i will be intrested to see what it is for i live near there and good luck whass

By:

andy

RE: lunan bay

what sort of name is that



By:

live the dream

RE: lunan bay

Funny i was just speaking to a friend about that place yesterday, and he reackons you could surf there.... don't know what it's gonna be like... leave it with me and i'll check it oot!

Adios

By:

onion

RE: lunan bay

Lunan is a long beach with a variety of waves, shifty conditions due in large part to the tides. holds bigger waves than st. andrews...

watch out for the salmon nets

By:

James

RE: lunan bay

Surf lunan bay some times as it is close to dundee.  Much like anywhere on its day it can be tops.  Bottom end of the beach next to the headland is best on a big north easterly. The waves at the top end can sometimes double up. Low to mid tide is good at the bottom end of the beach.

By:

Longobordo

RE: lunan bay

according to magicseaweed, its going to be good tomorrow(mon 8 Aug) 10 sec, 9ft swell, light offshore......surely its not a dream?    C u there.

Looking for surf spots in Scotland ?

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