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RE: Surfers in Dublin?« on: January 30 2008 13:01:00 »
I'm thinking about going to Dublin for a few days in february (maybe 14. - 19.). I didn't have the chance to go surfing in a while, so would be great, if I could catch some waves in Ireland!
Do you think it's worth bringing my board (would fly with ryan air, board transport costs 50 €)? Or can I rent 1 somewhere? If so, does anyone know the prices?
So far I've only got a 3/2 full suit + booties, suppose that's not enough for Ireland in Winter... Any options where I could rent a wet suit? Any idea how much it is?
Anyone who plans to go surfing that weekend and would like to join me?
I read about the option of taking a bus to ballyshanon/bundoran... Does anyone know how much that is?
Ok, hope to see you out there!
RE: Surfers in Dublin?« Reply #1 on: February 07 2008 02:02:00 »
I live in Dublin as well, I'm from Argentina and I'm planning to go to Sligo/Donegal almost every wekend if possible.
I have a car, but i share it with my girlfriend so I'm looking for an easy going and relaxed surfing buddy to share journey costs and with a car (for those weekends when I'm not going 2 have my one).
Anyway, send me an email if u r interested.
Take it easy,
Beginning again« Reply #2 on: February 10 2008 19:02:00 »
I'm an ex avid surfer. Moved to dublin last year and due to loads of different circumstances i havnt been able to surf for over a year - i may have forgotten how!:)
Have a car and the will to freeze in the open ocean but i lack the friends with as much free time as i have to go.Dont like to surf alone due to a previous encounter with a seriously giant seal of some sort.....Anybody who has a regular group going and doesnt mind a quiet tag along give me a shout on my email!
Thankyou in advance - really sound!
RE: Surfers in Dublin?« Reply #3 on: March 07 2008 06:03:00 »
ye its called onboard there no is +353 1 635 1509
RE: Surfers in Dublin?« Reply #4 on: March 11 2008 21:03:00 »
I am looking to head west most weeks, my usual travel buddy is not as dedciated as myself,i work shift work and play soccer on saturdays so i would be looking to go on thursdays or fridays,i live in the west of dublin if i had a buddy i would go every week and i don't mind driving,if it suits and ur interested let me know
RE: Surfers in Dublin?« Reply #6 on: April 10 2008 04:04:00 »
I've been in DUB a few months now and am desparate to get back into some good swell and hang about with like minded surfers and bodyboarders... enjoyed a few seasons at fistral, croyde etc in south west uk over the years, have car but need board and suit... where is there in Dublin for wet suits and boards etc...
RE: Surfers in Dublin?« Reply #7 on: May 01 2008 08:05:00 »
Hello ladys and gentlemen,
I´d like to know if someone did surf at dublins south... I´ve listened there is good waves too.
Thank you, and good waves!!
RE: Surfers in Dublin?« Reply #8 on: May 08 2008 07:05:00 »
Hi I'm staying for two months in dublin, I'm a really active mediterranean surfer who's travelled europe and canary islands mainly.
I'm desperate to meet anyone to go surfing anywhere at weekends, I've brought wetsuit and fins.
Any enthusiastic sponger to share costs with?
RE: Surfers in Dublin?« Reply #9 on: June 17 2008 14:06:00 »
I am going to Dublin in September to study in TrinitY College I am a 20 year old French surfeuse I would be very glad to make a trip in Ireland on the west Coast so answer me if you are interested
I have my own material but i 'd like to find people to share the trip