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RE: Surfers in Dublin?« on: January 17 2007 14:01:00 »
like you never had to learn, what a prick
RE: Surfers in Dublin?« Reply #1 on: January 17 2007 15:01:00 »
Erik, there is 3 shops in dublin, the great outdoors in the city centre and the surf dock in ringsend and wind+waves in monkstown, dun laoghaire.
Im in dublin and try to go surfing whenever possibly. i've been go to strandhill in sligo, and am now looking at a couple of spots in dublin, like killiney. Anyone who would like, is more then welcome.
RE: Surfers in Dublin?« Reply #2 on: April 09 2007 09:04:00 »
where abouts in Killiney? Is it any good?
RE: Surfers in Dublin?« Reply #3 on: May 04 2007 17:05:00 »
there is nowhere to surf in dublin or anywhere near dublin. tramore is uselss as well. check out magicseaweed.com and go to the surf forecasts for the different spots around ireland - it gives you a few days notice of where looks good - but you have to check every day cos the wind changes so much. you really cant surf anywhere on the east cost at all.
i live in dublin (and i'm from dublin) but i'm afraid you have to go west to surf. i can get to sligo in under three hours so its not so bad. get to bundoran in three hours if i leave at the right time. they are working on an upgrade to the N4 i think so hopefully in a few years sligo will only be about 2 hours away.
RE: Surfers in Dublin?« Reply #5 on: May 21 2007 17:05:00 »
Ahh i know a nice spot on the east coast if your looking for her give me a shout. Although this time of year might aswell just head west. About 2 weeks ago there was some beauts coming in at a beach beside me.
RE: Surfers in Dublin?« Reply #6 on: May 24 2007 09:05:00 »
Trim is about 3/4 hours drive from the nearest surf....I'd get a car
RE: Surfers in Dublin?« Reply #7 on: May 27 2007 22:05:00 »
hey, looking for the best time of the year with the biggest waves and wind at the same time for kitesurfing. any wind but offshore. any suggestion?
RE: Surfers in Dublin?« Reply #8 on: May 30 2007 04:05:00 »
Man, its hard to know how to say hello in here! Either you'll be like wiped out! by some pro surfer, like sure! Or you'll be welcomed with open arms! Anyways and alls, I've surfed 2 training weekenders Sligo and Bunnydoran.. Ive done pretty well, I play Water Polo have done the Liffey Swim 5 times, so I'm real hard!!!! Anyways, Im real keen to up the ante.. at 32 Im gutted its taken me this long to discover surf! Doh! But Im well able and no fear of settling down yet so would love to hook up with a crew.. the g/f might tag along too or might not.. anyways 2 things.. Im looking to buy a 2nd hand board and keen to travel if any1 is up to anything.. Ive a big jeep so can lash on boards.. but its commercial so only 2 people allowed...
RE: Surfers in Dublin?« Reply #9 on: July 24 2007 09:07:00 »
Theirs Wind And Wave In Monkstown hich is cheapier than great outdoors and has the essentials, Killiney can get good surf and you can check the dublin surf report on www.magicseaweed.com white rock is your best bet at the bottom of killiney the left hand side only works on low to mid tide.