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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>
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 firstname.lastname@example.org
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.
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.
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
RE: Surfers/surfing around Galway« Reply #7 on: September 03 2006 13:09:00 »
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.
RE: Surfers/surfing around Galway« Reply #8 on: September 03 2006 13:09:00 »
when's oyster festival time?
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.