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Topic: surfing Bermuda

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RE: surfing Bermuda

« on: November 30 2005 19:11:00 »

Epic conditions continue! Today and tomarrow's the time to go surf!



RE: surfing Bermuda

« Reply #1 on: December 01 2005 12:12:00 »

bummer i am here finishing up my semester in boston!


scotties wavelength

RE: surfing Bermuda

« Reply #2 on: December 02 2005 11:12:00 »

Im with scottie, stop spreading the word about our surf first local, its good in bermi because its low key.



RE: surfing Bermuda

« Reply #3 on: December 02 2005 15:12:00 »

I'm with Scottie too. I have surfed for 43 years, since I was 17, and have seen the mess crowds can make. In that time I have made several trips to Bermuda--my secret. I have had better waves in Hawaii and at the end of my block on Long Island; but, I always come back to Bermuda.



Outer Reefs

« Reply #4 on: December 11 2005 22:12:00 »

If anyone is planning any surf trips out to the outer reefs this winter please contact me. I will pay my way.

Also looking for a 6'6" to buy if anyone is selling.

Has anyone had any decent surf of late? Which breaks have been happening?

Has Tucker's been surfable lately?



RE: surfing Bermuda

« Reply #5 on: December 13 2005 16:12:00 »

OK. once and for all. being a surfer means more than just going surfing. you must understand the weather and waves to fully appreciate what a wonderful sport it is. My point- don't look at an online forum to get info about when to go surfing (first local, you're not helping by claiming shit, either). Check the weather forecast. I'll give you a not-so-secret hint: low pressures cause swell. Look for 'em, check some spots and figure it out like most everyone else does. There's no reward in everyone showing up at (spot x) because some barney is shouting "perfection", hence clogging up the, usually small, lineup. Check ur shit, and go surf. He (or she) who puts in the effort shall reap the rewards.



swell charts

« Reply #6 on: December 25 2005 23:12:00 »

anyone  know a swell chart, on the net  for bermy. that has the surf report from weather buoys. e.g wave height, wave period, wave direction


parrot fish

RE: surfing Bermuda

« Reply #7 on: January 07 2006 01:01:00 »

see you at the reef on sunday morning or maybe at north rock

lets hope de breeze dies



RE: surfing Bermuda

« Reply #8 on: February 01 2006 08:02:00 »

Are there any places in Bermuda to rent boards?  I'm going to be there in May and don't really want to travel with my 9'-6".



RE: surfing Bermuda

« Reply #9 on: February 02 2006 20:02:00 »

Isn't it kind of cold in Burmuda this time of year, to do any kind of water sports ?

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