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Topic: is there surf on the east coast.....around boston?

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Martin

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RE: is there surf on the east coast.....around boston?

« on: July 28 2005 14:07:00 »

There is in Cape Cod area ...
There is planty of nice beachs where you can hit some nice waves ...
September and october are the best time to go ... Sick waves ...

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Chyron Williamson

RE: is there surf on the east coast.....around boston?

« Reply #1 on: July 29 2005 12:07:00 »

How about Myrtle Beach is There any good surf wonderin cause im goin there in October W/ a 5mm suit

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Carol Anne

RE: is there surf on the east coast.....around boston?

« Reply #2 on: July 30 2005 11:07:00 »

Hi!
Check surfline.com and look at the East Coast surfcams- as mentioned by others, swell is intermittent, and greatly depends on tropical waves/depressions and (hopefully) hurricanes.  There are many many more longboard days than shortboard days, and most all the shops have rentals.  Weekend or Day trips from Boston mught include Newport, Rhode Island- Nantucket or Martha's Vineyard (very swell dependent- check FNMOC or surfline for bouy heights), Narragansett etc.  Welcome to the USA!
CAL

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mike

RE: is there surf on the east coast.....around boston?

« Reply #3 on: January 11 2006 17:01:00 »

yeah, there is surf.  Obviously not as good as in ausi.  Hampton beach, NH.  Cape Cod, MA, and some spots in RI are pretty good.  These range from 1 hour to 2 hour drive.

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smithslocal

RE: is there surf on the east coast.....around boston?

« Reply #4 on: January 14 2006 19:01:00 »

of course. if u ride down to long island theres some great breaks here.  World class in winter time.  In summer you can wear board shorts the water gets around upper 60's in summer on long island....up closer to boston/cape cod its freezing.  but long island has great surf and ive surfed cape cod a couple a times. you can catch a ferry from boston to the cape and ride to nauset light beach for som good surf

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smithslocal

RE: is there surf on the east coast.....around boston?

« Reply #5 on: January 14 2006 19:01:00 »

of course. if u ride down to long island theres some great breaks here.  World class in winter time.  In summer you can wear board shorts the water gets around upper 60's in summer on long island....up closer to boston/cape cod its freezing.  but long island has great surf and ive surfed cape cod a couple a times. you can catch a ferry from boston to the cape and ride to nauset light beach for som good surf

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Yankee with the goods.

RE: is there surf on the east coast.....around boston?

« Reply #6 on: January 18 2006 18:01:00 »

anyone who knows the JUICE, knows that RHODE ISLAND has less shelf offshore than Long Island, and as a result, is ALWAYS BIGGER. Just check out the wave with the 35 foot face in one of the fall, 1989 editions of SURFER MAGAZINE with Wes Lane on the cover surfing that macker at Ruggles.

Just look at the pictures of Ruggles when its breaking twelve to fifteen feet, and of course, one of two TOW SURFING spots on the East Coast - THE LEDGE a couple of miles offshore that gets freakin' HUGE.  There is also a tow spot offshore in Rye, New Hampshire. The locals just watch it from point breaks pumping away inside. Long Island is good at the tip.  The rest of it is a LONG sandbar, akin to "myrtle beach" which may get shouder high surf about once a decade.

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meb

RE: is there surf on the east coast.....around boston?

« Reply #7 on: March 02 2006 01:03:00 »

let me clear this up a little bit. you will need a 6 5 4 suit to get you  through the coldest parts of winter. boston espessially. in the summer the water will get to about 74. at its warmest in late august early september. there are waves everywhere. not jsut new york. mass has waves and so does new hampshire. the only thing about mass is you have the cape cod bay . the arm from cape cod blocks a big part of the mass coast. creating north and south shores. stay away from south shores. the best place to surf in mass is cape cod. or maybe jet down to the east bay of road island. like little compton area.

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add rock

RE: is there surf on the east coast.....around boston?

« Reply #8 on: March 02 2006 14:03:00 »

let me clear my throat! kick it over here baby pop, and let all the fly skimmers feel the beat! hmmmm drop?

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smitslocal

RE: is there surf on the east coast.....around boston?

« Reply #9 on: March 08 2006 19:03:00 »

yeah yankee thats why if u go to turtles in montauk it gets like 12-15 feet like twice a month from september to january. and in smiths point it gets 6 to 10 like once a week.  and i dont think this guy is a tow surfer. o and one of the best slab waves on the east coast is in montauk(its a secret spot of myne) but if the guy who posted the question really wants to no i can work something out .


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