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Topic: surfing Bermuda

Views: 58665

replies: 247

By:

man-o-war

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RE: surfing Bermuda

« on: June 14 2009 12:06:00 »

mercy, lets have some east swell. pure sand at tucks...

By:

CPA

RE: surfing Bermuda

« Reply #1 on: July 02 2009 12:07:00 »

And pure pipe at Elbow!  Base pipe that is.

By:

Poocho

RE: surfing Bermuda

« Reply #2 on: July 04 2009 20:07:00 »

Bredrins,Looks like we're gonna be waiting a while for that east swell cause she ain't sayin a whole lot right now!

By:

mike

RE: surfing Bermuda

« Reply #3 on: July 06 2009 12:07:00 »

u might as well go to florida cuz no waves

By:

Tom

RE: surfing Bermuda

« Reply #4 on: August 07 2009 16:08:00 »

So I may be moving to Bermuda for the next two years. I'm coming from Southern California and I know the waves wont be as consistent, but do swells hit the island at least SOME of the time? I dont know if I can bear to not surf for 2 years.

By:

949ed out

RE: surfing Bermuda

« Reply #5 on: August 09 2009 22:08:00 »

The west shore (from Whale Bay all de way to Dockyard) is more like the bukit than one would think, we got 5 miles of perfection.  the beauty of it too is that all the spots are super close to shore, so no worries hiring a boat to get out there.  We got spots that humble anything you can find in soCal.  you think lowers is an A frame, try Daniel's on a long period WSW and check out that inside section by de vixen - pure barrels by the channel marker on the left, just watch out for the territorial chubbs.  
ideal quiver:SUPs (to the keep the ocean clean) and oversized retro "barrel dodger" twin fins (to ensure the best barrels go to 'mujans).
so ya all and all, plan on surfing a ton and be sure to tell all your best friends how good our west side is...

By:

Tom

RE: surfing Bermuda

« Reply #6 on: August 20 2009 13:08:00 »

Thanks for the info 949 - are there any spots that are particularly good for longboards?


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