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RE: boston« on: March 27 2005 19:03:00 »
Everyone from New England will tell you Hampton Beach is awesome. Watch out though, it tends to get very crowded. As said earlier, The Wall, which is right across from Cinnamon Rainbows Surf Co. (right on rt 1a) is the normal surf spot. If its crowded there, or if the waves are very rough (which does happen), drive a bit further north. You will find some nice breaks in the Rye area. Its about 5-10 minutes further, and youll see people up there too. If you're really looking for some bigger waves though, try going to the Islands or to the Cape, as these places are the most exposed. Beware though, the islands and cape, if staying overnight, can get VERY expensive.
RE: boston« Reply #1 on: February 21 2008 03:02:00 »
Hey guys im coming over to Boston (from the UK) in june for 10 days and i really wanna bring my stick and get a chance to sample the surf over in the US. however i will be relying on public transport. is my mission a no hoper? or is there a little bay i could get a 30min bus to (do they let boards on buses there (6ft 0))? im staying in pretty much the centre of Boston.
Any help would really be gratefully received.
RE: boston« Reply #2 on: February 21 2008 21:02:00 »
Dirty water like tom,s asshole and crowded points of Nahant.