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Topic: SURFING IN PUNTA CANA

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replies: 22

By:

susan

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Dominican Republic Dominican Republic

 

RE: SURFING IN PUNTA CANA

« on: February 16 2005 23:02:00 »

I am going to punta cana and will be staying at the punta cana resort and club and I would LOVE to go surfing. Is there anything near there? and I need to rent a board are there any local shops to go to and if so where?

By:

marc

RE: SURFING IN PUNTA CANA

« Reply #1 on: February 26 2005 12:02:00 »

I too could use any helpful info on the surf in/around Punta Cana. I see the surf is going off well to the north at Cabarete. How far away is that beach? Well any info is much appreciated. Pray for Surf.



By:

jax

RE: SURFING IN PUNTA CANA

« Reply #2 on: March 23 2005 14:03:00 »

there is surf, best conditions for long boarding, nice clean surf reaching bout six to seven foot, water bout 26 degrees

By:

eduardo

RE: SURFING IN PUNTA CANA

« Reply #3 on: April 17 2005 12:04:00 »

For sure thereis in Dominican Republic. I live a surf in my home island of Puerto Rico right next to D.R. and cold fronts are the number one cause of swells. The cold fronts take of from Florida so they usually hit Cuba, D.R. Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands. My best bet for the best waves would be north shore, it's much more exposed to swell. Best time to surf it is from November till March which works out pretty good cause we have warm water when everybody is freezing their butts off.  Well hope this note is helpfull. Surfs UP!

By:

brendan

punta cana surf

« Reply #4 on: June 05 2005 10:06:00 »

Surfed out front of secrets last november had a 6' foot swell bigger on the reef right to the west took a boat out cause i was to lazy to paddle, beach break was solid reef was fast and hollow had a ball going to encuentro and cabarete for a month this november cant wait to tear it up, get up early if your going the winds in the late morning afternoon can really mess up your day.  Plus the girls there are SPECTACULAR.

By:

Delfos

RE: SURFING IN PUNTA CANA

« Reply #5 on: August 04 2005 21:08:00 »

Hello

Macao is about 10 minutes away from Friusa Punta CaAna, is a beach breake for all surfers, Virgen Beach, all for your self.
The only thing the swell is going to be from thisd Thursday until saturday I think, this time of the year is no t the best in this area.

Enyoy your self

DC

By:

Delfos

RE: SURFING IN PUNTA CANA

« Reply #6 on: August 04 2005 21:08:00 »

Hello

Macao is about 10 minutes away from Friusa Punta CaAna, is a beach breake for all surfers, Virgen Beach, all for your self.
The only thing the swell is going to be from thisd Thursday until saturday I think, this time of the year is no t the best in this area.

Enyoy your self

DC

By:

Delfos

RE: SURFING IN PUNTA CANA

« Reply #7 on: August 04 2005 21:08:00 »

Hello

Macao is about 10 minutes away from Friusa Punta CaAna, is a beach breake for all surfers, Virgen Beach, all for your self.
The only thing the swell is going to be from thisd Thursday until saturday I think, this time of the year is no t the best in this area.

Enyoy your self

DC

By:

jim laughlin

RE: SURFING IN PUNTA CANA

« Reply #8 on: December 20 2007 13:12:00 »

i read your post and was wondering what was the name of the hotel you stayed at in punta cana thats was right infront of the surf?? thx jim

By:

Diamond Dave

RE: SURFING IN PUNTA CANA

« Reply #9 on: December 27 2007 12:12:00 »

Ozterizer's on Northeast coast is as good as Cane Garden, but needs goood cold front that squeezes by Bahamas; you can get barreled on take-off, then play side-slip for 50 meters.


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