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RE: vietnam surf« on: December 05 2006 04:12:00 »
Aloha....I'm just a newbie for surfing after few times lesson in Bali. I'm coming Danang from Japan the end of this year and will be very greatful if I can do some surf with you guys there...My mailbox is available 24/7 for a "holla at" of yours. By the way, I'm a Vietnamese. Peace up !!
RE: vietnam surf-China Beach« Reply #1 on: March 31 2007 23:03:00 »
My family plannig a trip to China Beach . This July and we would like to take our surfboards . What are chance do you think we would have of getting some waves .
RE: vietnam surf« Reply #2 on: April 01 2007 07:04:00 »
Hey guys, coming to Danang in a couple of days. Anyone see the surf. Im itching!!! Usually surf a heap in Oz.
RE: vietnam surf« Reply #3 on: April 05 2007 01:04:00 »
Hey, be in Vietnam in five days. Probably going to end up in Danang for a couple days and then travel the southern coast. IF you could let me know how its breaking.
RE: vietnam surf« Reply #4 on: April 24 2007 13:04:00 »
found your post super helpful thanks so much...I willl be down in Da Nang August. I know you mentioned that there is no surf, but I am a begginer and was wondering if there was enough surf to catch a small wave or two! Also would you know if there are any instructors or people who could come out with me?
Thanks so much
RE: vietnam surf« Reply #5 on: April 24 2007 13:04:00 »
Thanks for the info. My wife is from the area and we will be visiting in the fall.
RE: vietnam surf« Reply #6 on: May 10 2007 07:05:00 »
We're still here and my son Tim is still able to surf most days, although the surf is not so consistent as it was during the earlier months of this year. Tim will still be here in August and I'm sure he could teach you some surfing basics, but I can't vouch for how exciting the surf will be at that time of the year. Surf or no surf, though, there's still 20 miles of gorgeous white sandy beach between Da Nang and Hoi An and it's a lovely place to kick back and relax!
RE: vietnam surf« Reply #7 on: May 16 2007 01:05:00 »
Hi: I tried to take my longboard on the plane, but it appears they won't let me. Is there anywhere that hires a long board. I also kite surf. Is there any kite surfing done in Da Nang? If so, is it happening at the moment? Any other tips greatly appreciated. Cheers, Gez
RE: vietnam surf« Reply #8 on: May 19 2007 06:05:00 »
Hey, anyone who has been to Phu Quoc? Im going there in june. Any chance I could surf there? if so, witch beach, and can I rent a board?
thanks for any information
RE: vietnam surf« Reply #9 on: June 05 2007 05:06:00 »
On Phu Quoc dont have any surf stations as I know, but sometimes have good waves. Best place for surfing in Vungtau and Danang. In Vungtau you can go to Vungatau Beach Club www.vungtausurf.com or www.takeoff.kitepirate.ru if you can read Russian. In Mui Ne have many surfstations but waves are not good this place for kiters better