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Topic: Surfers/surfing around Galway

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replies: 40

By:

Ben Hodges

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Ireland Ireland

 

Surfers/surfing around Galway

« on: July 14 2005 08:07:00 »

Am a 23yr old aussie surfer living in Galway without any transport. Would love to meet up with anyone in the area who would be keen to go surfing. Also any tips on the best spots on the west coast

By:

vincent

RE: Surfers/surfing around Galway

« Reply #1 on: September 19 2005 06:09:00 »

I am a french and i would love to meet other surfers too> I got a van to travel around. Would be better to share the surfing trip (quite long driving to reach the spot) cost with other motivated sur.

ben I would be happy to meet you anyway>

vince

By:

Anastasiya

RE: Surfers/surfing around Galway

« Reply #2 on: August 02 2006 13:08:00 »

I'm not really a surfer :) but coincidentally (really ;) ) during the research for my Ireland tour I find you here :))
I'll come to Galway for sure.. CU there and have lot of fun...
I hope u r missing us already
Anastasiya

By:

Aaron

RE: Surfers/surfing around Galway

« Reply #3 on: August 19 2006 08:08:00 »

hey all, looking for some people to surf with always, in belfast now but just traveling so let me know, you can reach me at wanderlust_nz@yahoo.com
peace
aaron



By:

damian

RE: Surfers/surfing around Galway

« Reply #4 on: August 31 2006 05:08:00 »

i am in spain now am moving to ireland in sept with girlfriend am keen to surf i need to get a wetty and board and am keen to find some crew to surf with, i dont have transport but will split all petrol.

By:

Nemo is a fish

RE: Surfers/surfing around Galway

« Reply #5 on: September 02 2006 11:09:00 »

hey some of the best spots on the west are

Lahinch in Co Clare (on the right days, sometimes it's as flat as a lake)  

Crab island - need a lot of experience here. There are some hazzards like rip tides and rocks. But overall some really nice fast rights.

Spanish point - good intermeddiate waves.

Ballybunion - some nice waves but unfortunately usually crowded

hope this helps. Surfs up in lahinch today some six foot waves so i'm outta here.

By:

Russ

RE: Surfers/surfing around Galway

« Reply #6 on: September 03 2006 09:09:00 »

My wife and I will be visiting Galway from the US around the Oyster Festival time. Would love to try the surf, any suggestions?

Rus  and Laurie

By:

moby

RE: Surfers/surfing around Galway

« Reply #7 on: September 03 2006 13:09:00 »

rus,
have you surfed before? If you have in most surf areas you can rent a board. In lahinch it's about twenty or thirty euros for two hours. For this they'll lend you a foamie.
if you haven't surfed before it's thirty of forty euros for a two hour lesson, with board and wetsuit supplied.

By:

clueless

RE: Surfers/surfing around Galway

« Reply #8 on: September 03 2006 13:09:00 »

when's oyster festival time?

By:

James

RE: Surfers/surfing around Galway

« Reply #9 on: September 07 2006 17:09:00 »

I am in Gallway, but might be leaving to go to other parts of Ireland in search of waves. I'm with a friend right now, but he is leaving on sunday. Then I have Two weeks on my own before I have to go to dublin. I don't have a car here, but I would love to meet up and surf. Let me know eathier way.


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