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Topic: Surfers in Dublin?

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replies: 54

By:

john

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Ireland Ireland

 

RE: Surfers in Dublin?

« on: November 04 2006 11:11:00 »

sounds like alot of people learning to surf which is bad enough but dubs as well!! stick to the big beaches,safer4 everyone and learn the drop in rules.anyone gets in my way i will turn very nasty indeed,bewarned groms!

By:

Get a Grip

RE: Surfers in Dublin?

« Reply #1 on: November 06 2006 06:11:00 »

John,  You are a first class prick.  If you are as good as you think you are, then you will be at some heavy reef break instead of a beach.  I hope the reef will teach you a lesson in your own ability.  Arrogance is Ugly



By:

john

RE: Surfers in Dublin?

« Reply #2 on: November 07 2006 02:11:00 »

getagrip needs to getagrip!!just pointing out that beginners mit be wise to stick 2 beachbreaks,safer for all!getagrip,you sound like a real kook,put your dummy back in your mouth!!ah,the ignorant kooks are the most troublesome!!

By:

Erik

RE: Surfers in Dublin?

« Reply #3 on: November 13 2006 07:11:00 »

Hey, so i'm moving to dublin in january, and i'm looking for people to surf with/places to surf at.
What are the closest places? I'm still not very good, so i don't rly feel up to a reef break :P (reefburn). Also, what are some good surf shops? Don't have my own yet, as i'm surfing on my dad's board here in florida.

By:

Chaperonfou

RE: Surfers in Dublin?

« Reply #4 on: November 15 2006 06:11:00 »

Hi,
the only shop in Dublin that I know who sale board is Great Outdoors in Chatham Street, Dublin 2. There isn't a lot of choice but the staff is nice and will give you good advice.

By:

Junior van Dijck

RE: Surfers in Dublin?

« Reply #5 on: November 19 2006 14:11:00 »

Hi guys,

I'm staying in Dublin from April till mid June 2007. I'll probably come with my car and shortboard. it would be nice to go surf with somebody and share transport. Would make the 4hour drive to the west a bit more pleasant :)

Kind regards
Junior van Dijck
Belgium

By:

Erik

RE: Surfers in Dublin?

« Reply #6 on: November 25 2006 15:11:00 »

Alright that sounds cool :). Look forward to surfing with you.
Surf's up!

By:

Junior

RE: Surfers in Dublin?

« Reply #7 on: December 09 2006 05:12:00 »

Allright Erik,

I'll let you know when I'm in Dublin.. Don't wanne be surfing alone so company is always welcome :)
1 problem, I have a small car, my 6"4' can get in it, but I don't know about 2 boards. Maybe I'll get something to attach boards on the roof by then... I'll need that anyway

See ya!

By:

Kalarney

RE: Surfers in Dublin?

« Reply #8 on: December 09 2006 14:12:00 »

" I'm surfing in Calarney,  with all of the folks at home !!!!"

By:

Chazz

RE: Surfers in Dublin?

« Reply #9 on: January 15 2007 05:01:00 »

Hey everyone!  i'm a total beginner and would appreciate some tips in the water.  I'm on the hunt to buy a board ASAP as i've already got a wetsuit.. i've been a few times to Rossnowlagh up in Donegal, thats's where i learned.  i've got a car and am willing to drive, Britta's Bay, Magheramore or somewhere closer.  i really don't wnat to go alone and the craic would be good :)
Feel free to email me. Thx


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