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RE: surfing goa« on: October 12 2007 14:10:00 »
Hi Sergey, Not too sure what happened with the posting above but heres my message again.
You mention Morjeem beach, its spelt Morjim, and its probably one of the best beaches in Goa for Kiting, At the south end of the bay is Morjim and at the North end is Little Morjim, Both are great kiting beaches, Morjim gets bigger waves especially out towards the reef at the mouth of the river, and Little Morjim is Much flatter as it is protected by rocks that go out to sea a few hundred meters and is great for practising tricks as its very shallow, Morjim has quite a strong current pulling right to left towards the river.
RE: surfing goa« Reply #1 on: October 13 2007 04:10:00 »
I am going to be in Goa during Christmas. Does anyone have a 6'2" twin fin for either sale or rent? email me at firstname.lastname@example.org, if you do...
Re: I am in dire need of a SURF BOARD / SURFING Lessons...« Reply #2 on: December 18 2007 05:12:00 »
I basically booked my travel to GOA between 20th - 27th
DEC of this month.
Request someone reading this mesg. to kindly lemme
know if you are interested to help me teach
Surfing lessons at GOA / rent me a surf board at any
of the beaches.
Kindly let me have your mobile / contact number..
So that I can call you up and get more details !
Thanks for finding time and reading this message.
RE: surfing goa« Reply #3 on: December 20 2007 03:12:00 »
Hey there, not sure if your still in Goa as this posting was a few years ago, but if you are I am planning to visit Goa March/ April 2008 and would like to hire your board if poss to save me bringing mine as I will be working most of the time! Whats the surf like at that time of year? Cheers
RE: surfing goa« Reply #4 on: January 01 2008 07:01:00 »
Hi, I will be in Goa from the 12th March for a month, Decent waves offf the point at Morjim,I will be kitesurfing there with a view to starting a school next season, if you are interested maybe we could meet up?
RE: surfing goa« Reply #5 on: January 09 2008 07:01:00 »
Ive been kitesurfing for a year now and have progressed quite quickly.i have just come out of 8 year relationship,i own my own house an thinking of renting it out an changing diretion in my life.I was looking at doing instrutors course in england.But i fancied coming to india for a month or so an take it from there.Maybe 6 here an 6 there.Ive not been on kite for four weeks now due to british weather.id like an email back if poss.Do you live there?Do you do lessons yet? do you need help? do you know places to stay?sorry for the random email . id love to hear back.ps ive all my own equipment.
RE: surfing goa« Reply #6 on: January 26 2008 18:01:00 »
we have spent the winter in goa for the last 7 years 5 of them i have been kite surfing dont know how i am progressing but wold always like to meet up with others we do have kites and surf equipment to hire
RE: surfing goa« Reply #7 on: January 29 2008 06:01:00 »
Yo Dudes and dudettes,
How far is Goa from Mumbai and is it best to do by train or bus?
What i´ve been reading from the oldest replys, there isn´t that easy to rent a surfboard on location? Or to buy..?
I´m planning to head there in the beginning of march, so if anyones up for a surf buddy, let me know!
RE: surfing goa« Reply #8 on: January 31 2008 08:01:00 »
I'm in Goa from the 12th March and would be happy to meet up, i'm mainly into kitesurfing sometimes with a surfboard, sometimes with a kiteboard or skim board, i will have various items of equipment with me if you fancy a try.
RE: surfing goa« Reply #9 on: February 05 2008 01:02:00 »
Again, this is an old thread, but I'm in Kerala (Varkala) right now (visiting after Sri Lanka). I'd have to agree with some of the above comments re: the southeast coast:
Water is great quality if you wanna bring home a parasite or 3 home with you for pets.
Wave quality is nominal. Size and power is minimal (think ankle high), breaking in .5 meters of sand and sewage. Yummy!
Unfortunately, from what I've seen, there's really nothing worth getting in the water, let alone lugging boards around, for. Sorry guys.