surf is good but cold. nearly always. If the cold water don't get ya the rain will. Don't need anything less than a 4/3 even in summer. Can buy a used board in Bundy easily for 150-250€ so no need to...
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the end is gone. 2/3 of it are still there.
Dec 17, 2013, 07:16 PM
Offshore shallow continental shelf absorbs wave energy from those waves that have size. Up to 94% of the wave energy from a good 10-12 sec period SSE swell ( the one that is always overhead+ on...
Agree with swellinfo. Biggest waves in winter but with 6-7 hrs of light and most likely howling onshores your best bet is Sep/Oct or Mar/Apr. Summer can be flat except for a random swell. I would...
indeed. In my 1 1/2 years surfing in Ireland I can say its spot on most of the time. Ditto for Portugal. It would be nice to see swellinfo on this side of the Atlantic though.
I'll be back there in a week. Pm me if you want the info. Be warned though - you will be at least 3 hrs from any surfable wave. Oh yeah and its cold...always.
Dec 7, 2010, 06:46 PM
I second the latter. I am in Algrave, Potrugal now for a week. Its +20 and the water is +16-17 and surfed today in a light 3/2 w/o booties. 6-8 foot waves. If you need any info on the region send...
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