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Topic: surfing in massachusetts

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replies: 20

By:

Jen

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United States of America United States of America

 

RE: surfing in massachusetts

« on: May 08 2009 12:05:00 »

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forums -- cram a bunch of surfers in the car and save
money on gas.

By:

pauly

RE: surfing in massachusetts

« Reply #1 on: June 28 2009 15:06:00 »

there is plenty of surf in the boston area for those of you saying different you are not looking hard enough south shore,cape cod,winthrop. the south shore just had chest high surf for 3 days  the cape did too.i lived in santa cruz,sanfran,and now back to mass still surfing if you dont like it here stay out of the water and move inland

By:

B

RE: surfing in massachusetts

« Reply #2 on: June 29 2009 19:06:00 »

Born and raised surfing in New England. Also lived in Oz and Ca. Short of it:  We get good waves but they are painfully inconsistent.  Buy a thick wetsuit and hit up Glouster, Marblehead, Revere, Natasket in the fall/winter--all within a half hour or so by public transport out of Boston.  I lived and surfed successfully in Boston, but you need access to a car.  With wheels then RI, the Cape, NH, and ME all become within an hour or so striking distance and the waves in all those places absolutely go off if there's swell.  

To the dude from Malibu moving to Boston -- I feel sorry for you.  Boston's awesome but if your a surfer from the West coast, the East coast is pretty much a constant kick in the nuts. Good luck.

By:

jodes

RE: surfing in massachusetts

« Reply #3 on: November 05 2009 17:11:00 »

hey. idk how long ago you posted your comment but yeah anyways... Boston is beautiful i love it. its that city feel without being overwhelmed like new york city. i live right between the beach and boston. the best way you could get to the beach is by taking the train from north station in boston to one of the surrounding towns near the beach like newburyport. then you can just take a taxi or a bus to the beach. the best beach i know of for surfing is hampton beach. which is in hampton new hampshire. its pretty sweet. i spend my whole summer at that beach because im a life guard. the major thing it to watch the news breifs weekly for the hampton area for weather and for news on the beach action. hopes this helps. happy surfin

By:

jodes

RE: surfing in massachusetts

« Reply #4 on: November 05 2009 17:11:00 »

hey. idk how long ago you posted your comment but yeah anyways... Boston is beautiful i love it. its that city feel without being overwhelmed like new york city. i live right between the beach and boston. the best way you could get to the beach is by taking the train from north station in boston to one of the surrounding towns near the beach like newburyport. then you can just take a taxi or a bus to the beach. the best beach i know of for surfing is hampton beach. which is in hampton new hampshire. its pretty sweet. i spend my whole summer at that beach because im a life guard. the major thing it to watch the news breifs weekly for the hampton area for weather and for news on the beach action. hopes this helps. happy surfin

By:

Frankma

RE: surfing in massachusetts

« Reply #5 on: February 05 2010 02:02:187 »

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By:

Dawn.

RE: surfing in massachusetts

« Reply #6 on: February 05 2010 02:02:250 »

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By:

rooster

RE: surfing in massachusetts

« Reply #7 on: March 12 2010 10:03:613 »

id take northeast winter surf over most...you can keep your crowded lineups
heres a monster one hour from boston..look close and youll see smbdy on it way to the left

http://magicseaweed.com/photoLab/viewPhoto.php?photoId=123034

By:

eddie

RE: surfing in massachusetts

« Reply #8 on: March 16 2010 18:03:560 »

Live in Boston surf here can be good hurricane season and
winter into spring and there is plenty of spots takes a while to find them but when you do its good, from Donegal Ire

By:

Maca

Good waves in MA

« Reply #9 on: May 02 2010 19:05:327 »

Hi guys, I am Maca from chile and I just went to visit some relatives to Cambridge MA, now I am in chile again, but I am seriously thinking of moving to Cambridge for awhile. The matter is that I live at the front of tha beach (Reñaca viña del mar) and I´d like to know if there are some surf spots near Cambridge????. It would be great if I could get some information coz I am moving pretty soon (september or so). Ok guys have some great surf and I look forward to having some news from you.


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