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RE: MARSHALL ISLANDS SURF??« on: December 02 2008 21:12:00 »
Marshall Islands is a quite remote place. What Martin Daley discovered is something spectacular. He's been there so he knows what's out there. Am sure he will not expose such except for his customers.
You cannot just measure the waves and how spectacular they are from just view it on the internet...
RE: MARSHALL ISLANDS SURF??« Reply #1 on: December 04 2008 13:12:00 »
OBVIOUSLY YOU CAN'T JUDGE BY THE INTERNET , I HAVE SEEN YOUR SURF VIDEO ONLINE RIMAJOL
F--K MARTIN DALY HE IS NOT WELCOME IN THE MARSHALLS , STAY IN THE MENTATWAIS AND KEEP ASSAULTING AUSSIE EXPATS MARTIN.
RE: MARSHALL ISLANDS SURF??« Reply #2 on: May 19 2015 16:05:00 »
I spent 3 months surfing all the spots in the marshall islands with indies trader. It is a beautiful spot with nice clear water. The surf unfortunatley is c grade to b grade at its best. Its no Mentawai. The waves usually section badly and the wind is usually 20 knots side shore. Unfortunatly most spots cant handle swell as the rip gets too strong in the passes between the islands. Also forget spear fishing as a back up as the reef fish have cigatera