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RE: Surfing for Beginners« Reply #1 on: May 23 2006 22:05:00 »
Go and have a crack don't let it intimidate ya to much chances of getting good waves in june are high thing I would be trying to check up on is when the wqs is on. Last thing you want is a heap of pro-surfers over there.
RE: Surfing for Beginners« Reply #2 on: October 06 2006 06:10:00 »
greg, what are you on about? November is the very end of the season and you will be lucky to find big waves.
RE: Surfing for Beginners« Reply #3 on: October 11 2006 03:10:00 »
Hi emma! I am a local surfguide here. There are two breaks I would rekon for beginners like FURANA(known as Tombstone). really nice right hander which will work on S wind on a 6plus swell on other breaks.(try avoiding the inside section!!!). And also Thamburudhoo right (known as sultans) wud be great wave to learn on a 3feet day or less! Easy take off! Hav a smiley surf!
RE: Surfing for Beginners« Reply #4 on: May 17 2017 09:05:00 »
Am beginner/intermediate level in surf.
Would like to go to Maldives for surf in August.
Do you recommend this period of the year (general weather conditions + height of the waves?)
In term of spots, which one do you recommend? I've heard of Ninja.
Would like a land home (not a boat cruise).
Thanks a lot for your feedback,