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RE: glasgow surf« on: October 14 2006 20:10:00 »
Hi...I'm a Gaswegian lass living in the states now since 91..I'm one of the lucky ones surfing Malibu California, am flying in on the 24rth and am trying to get as much info as poss on the surf community there in GLasgow, I'm not taking my board as I got told the airlines will wreck it anyway. Have a 4/3 winter suit but think am needing to hire thicker? would love to hear from you on any info you can give - hey, maybe catch some waves together...Rachelx
RE: glasgow surf« Reply #1 on: October 20 2006 17:10:00 »
I am very much a beginner- moved to Kilmarnock from Kent would love to share lift to Pease Bay or there abouts- do have a car and drove to PEase Bay today- fantastic place took about 2 hours and about £20 petrol. Also no-one to go in with! Let me know if you are interested
RE: glasgow surf« Reply #3 on: February 13 2007 09:02:00 »
Hey just moved to edinburgh from Aus brought my board keen to do some weekend surf trips just wanting to know where i could hire a wet suit as it is *&^%ing freezing and where is the most consistent wave preferably beachie or lefts
RE: glasgow surf« Reply #4 on: March 15 2007 11:03:00 »
I stay in glasgow an need to split petrol costs to get out more so ige us a shouty an Ill let ye know when am heading out (east an west)
RE: glasgow surf« Reply #5 on: March 16 2007 07:03:00 »
Hiya Pease bay isnt easy to get to by public transport , the best beach to get to from glasgow is dunbar (belhaven bay) as there is a direct train but its still a 20 - 30 min hike to the beach. north berwick is better i hear as there is a surf hire shop close to the beach but havent been there yet
also at this time of year you need a 6 mm wetsuit boots gloves and head gear!
getting a car soon ( i hope!)
RE: glasgow surf« Reply #6 on: March 16 2007 12:03:00 »
I used to get train to Dunbar, walk to Bellhaven from station,
leave clothes in board bag in dunes and surf,
seamed ok to me.
There you can see your stuff on beach from break.
RE: glasgow surf« Reply #7 on: March 01 2008 08:03:00 »
i gona be going down pb dunbar and coldingham most weekend 2 surf whenits on have a car so if ay1s looking 4 a lift id be more than happy i need 2 rent a board tho cause iv not got 1 anymoreim inlivingston so any1 close let me know happy surfin
RE: glasgow surf« Reply #8 on: March 02 2008 13:03:00 »
Hey all, just stumbled upon the site. I am looking to get into the water a lot more this year. I have been dabbling in and out since holidaying in Newquay in 85!! Still very much a beginner looking to improve. Currently have no board but do have a car.
I went to O'neill Open in Thurso last year, did anyone get up?
RE: glasgow surf« Reply #9 on: March 03 2008 06:03:00 »
Used to get the train to Dunbar regularly too when I was in Uni. You have to watch it with some conductors as they can be a bit ars*y bout boards in the cargo hold. The train is about 20mins but only runs every two hours. So if you miss one then you have to endure piss taking from Neds in Waverley until the next one comes!? Well worth it, though just to get out there. Beats sitting inside watching youtube.