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How's the Phuket Surf in Sept« on: April 09 2007 17:04:00 »
I'll in Phuket the month of Sept and wonder what the surf is like. First of all, I'm not interested in killer double overhead, or big barrels. More like 3-6' breaks w/o the crowds you find in Indo. Can this happen in Phuket in Sept? Thanks
RE: How's the Phuket Surf in Sept« Reply #1 on: April 12 2007 03:04:00 »
Yes you will find exactly that :)
RE: How's the Phuket Surf in Sept« Reply #3 on: April 17 2007 20:04:00 »
usually 2-3 feet during sept. with sometimes bigger days at 4-5 feet, wind usually changes at this time of the year from SW to NE, so you can get some days offshore
RE: How's the Phuket Surf in Nov« Reply #4 on: April 20 2007 14:04:00 »
Hows the Phuket surf in Nov? About the same i imagine...any other recommendations?
RE: How's the Phuket Surf in Sept« Reply #5 on: April 23 2007 11:04:00 »
More simply, are there any months one has a fair chance of consistent surf? What beaches? Thanks!
RE: How's the Phuket Surf in Sept« Reply #6 on: May 07 2007 01:05:00 »
Its fun but small 3-4ft however quite consistent. I stayed at Kata beach in Sep 2005 not expecting surf but ended up hiring a board and surfing most days during my week stay. Its nothing to write home about but definatley worth a bash!!
i wouldnt bother bringing your own board, but hire one - they have plenty of good boards to hire and the locals are very cool and friendly as long as you are like wise.
RE: How's the Phuket Surf in Sept« Reply #7 on: May 16 2007 05:05:00 »
hi, going to thailand in august thru till october looking forward to sum nice longboarding action.. was wondering whether to come prepared for cold water? is the water warm enough for just a vest and bikini bottom? (ice, im a girl ... so if you felt cold.. please let me know so i can come prepared like only a girl can! lol) thanks