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RE: surf in new caledonia« on: May 13 2006 16:05:00 »
je suppose que tu parle français si tu vis là bas...?
En qqs mots, je souhaite m'installer en Calédonie et en tant que surfeur j'aimerai en savoir plus sur les possibilités, la saison et taille de la houle, l'accessibilité, meilleur endroit pour vivre avec compromis travail surf. Apparemment il vaut mieux avoir un bateau ?Si tu peux m'en dire plus, merci d'avance. François
RE: surf in new caledonia« Reply #1 on: May 25 2006 19:05:00 »
How did your surfari go? I am going to Noumea in July with family- is it worth taking a board, or is the surf pretty inaccessable for those with family responsibilities
RE: surf in new caledonia« Reply #2 on: June 25 2006 19:06:00 »
I am coming to NC for a sailing holiday, but would be keen to surf. We are going to get a boat from Noumea and sail to the Isle of Pines. We want to surf on some intermediate reef breaks in this area. Can you anchor near the waves?
RE: surf in new caledonia« Reply #3 on: August 31 2006 00:08:00 »
My partner and I are coming to NC with a baby and would like to go surfing together - can you recommend a place to stay where the surf is not too far away and where there might be some babysitting services?
RE: surf in new caledonia« Reply #4 on: October 17 2006 00:10:00 »
Just heard & seen pics off sick waves over there.Is there waves in the monsoon season?or best to wait till March/April?
Say I land in Noumeia,is it easy to organise a boat(been told you need a boat to surf everywhere)or best to try & organise in Oz?Also is it Really expensive??Food,beer,activities,boat hire,accom ect??
Im really keen to get a trip sorted,I would go soon,but want to maximise;ie want offshore if possible..Any info/advise much appreciated
RE: surf in new caledonia« Reply #5 on: November 07 2006 18:11:00 »
hi kevin, i am keen to surf ouano. what would be the best time of year to get still conditions or offshore winds at this break? I hear that the s-e trade winds chop ouano up at around 15knots. i'm not that worried about getting big waves, anything around 1-2m is okay by me. If you can recommend the best month I would be grateful.
I have been to isle of pines before. It is a beautiful island. Are the breaks you surfed there accessable from the land or do you need a boat?
Thanks for your time......Russ
RE: surf in new caledonia« Reply #6 on: December 10 2006 05:12:00 »
i want to come to NC in july/august 07, it's just me and a mate, like everyone else we are wondering if you can stay on land and organise with a local for boat transfers, or is the best way to stay in a surf camp. we are both goofies and love the barrels can you reccomend an area we can stay? i would like to stay for a month to surf my brains out!! look forward to a reply. cheers mate
RE: surf in new caledonia« Reply #7 on: March 30 2007 21:03:00 »
We have been looking at coming to New Caledonia and sample your surf and culture. I was wondering whether you can camp(with own equipment and supplies) on the island at Ouano. If so, can you paddle to the surf from the island.
RE: surf in new caledonia« Reply #8 on: April 11 2007 21:04:00 »
RE: surf in new caledonia« Reply #9 on: May 06 2007 21:05:00 »
I am thinking about a 2 week holiday in july, have 3 kids, is there any surf breaks close to shore in NC, or all breaks boat access only,
Thanks a million,