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  1. #31
    Make sure you take your wife to be to the English Rose for an early brunch and to the Ode to the Elephant for evening drinks and/or dinner. The view is awesome. After session at Maria's Calypso is the place for a sunset cold one.
    Go into comoestaeso.com and you'll see the live action at Maria's. Also visit rinconsurfreport.com and of course swell info has a great forecast As well as caricoos.com. You'll have a blast.

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    Checknthis out

    I own a condo there that is perfect for you and includes longboards check out www.vrbo.com #214129 perfect for surf, fun and honeymoon romance It is extremely clean fully loaded and across from 5 great places to eat with ocean view pool a/c cable tv wifi the works and ignore the online price I discount it for honeymooners check out all the rave reviews from others call me James 516 633-6861

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    Quote Originally Posted by neptunehui View Post
    I own a condo there that is perfect for you and includes longboards check out www.vrbo.com #214129 perfect for surf, fun and honeymoon romance It is extremely clean fully loaded and across from 5 great places to eat with ocean view pool a/c cable tv wifi the works and ignore the online price I discount it for honeymooners check out all the rave reviews from others call me James 516 633-6861
    Thank you for the offer, however, from an ealier post:

    "After further review my fiance and I have decided to rent a private villa from the guy who owns the surf shop Mar Azul in what i believe is Puntas, which if i'm correct is near Sandy Beach, it's half the price and he is including the surf boards for FREE and he has SUP's too, along with all beach gear and tie downs for the car. I'm hoping to head over to Maria's if the conditions are right, and possibly Domes, but i'm open to whatever as long as it's not too sketchy on the reef. I'll be surfing a long board as well as the SUP depending on the wind and swell size. Any idea what the average swell is like in late October? I believe it's just before peak season if i'm not mistaken... "

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    <br /><br /> This is Wilderness from yesterday

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    Incredible, that's quite the wave

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    I have only been to Rincon in April, going again this year, so I don't know how the winds are any other time of the year. I have been renting a condo right on Sandy Beach, which is in Puntas. The spring usually has a strong ENE wind that picks up by 10:00 AM. An early morning session at Sandy Beach is usually glassy and a forgiving bottom. The rocky bottom starts a few hundred yards east by Casa Isleana/Parking lots. Once the wind picks up I head towards Maris, Dogmans, or Domes. Indicators is shallow and over coral.
    Fly into the Aguadilla air port if staying in Rincon, its only 25 miles away vs. a 2 hour drive from San Juan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NJGOOFYFT View Post
    I have only been to Rincon in April, going again this year, so I don't know how the winds are any other time of the year. I have been renting a condo right on Sandy Beach, which is in Puntas. The spring usually has a strong ENE wind that picks up by 10:00 AM. An early morning session at Sandy Beach is usually glassy and a forgiving bottom. The rocky bottom starts a few hundred yards east by Casa Isleana/Parking lots. Once the wind picks up I head towards Maris, Dogmans, or Domes. Indicators is shallow and over coral.
    Fly into the Aguadilla air port if staying in Rincon, its only 25 miles away vs. a 2 hour drive from San Juan.
    Thanks, we're currently trying to find a red eye flight from Orlando to Aguadilla but so far no luck. We may end up staying in Orlando the night of our wedding and flying out later the next morning if we can't find a red eye flight. Jet Blue is probably our best bet but they haven't posted any of those flights just yet, no sure if that will change or if we should just resign ourselves to flying out the next day as opposed to early early morning. Either way that is the exact area we are staying at. Sandy Beach sounds like a good starter beach to get used to the waves there, but i'm also looking at hitting Maria's & Domes provided good conditions are in place. It's going to be late October for our arrival so hopefully there is a fun little swell out there at that time.

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    Camof the day for 3/30/12 is Sandy Beach. Not the best swell or picture but it may give you a better idea.

    http://www.surfline.com/home/index.cfm

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    Quote Originally Posted by NJGOOFYFT View Post
    Camof the day for 3/30/12 is Sandy Beach. Not the best swell or picture but it may give you a better idea.

    http://www.surfline.com/home/index.cfm
    Yeah I have an account and frequent the cams there as well, although today it says 5-6ft - Overhead, but the view i'm getting looks rather small. The swell must of died after this morning.

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    I'd suggest staying at Casa Islena, Rincon of the Sea, Villa Cofresi or even The Lazy Parot over
    Rincon Beach Resort. RBR is closer to Mayaguez than Rincon and kind of like a ghost town. If you
    want high high end look at Horned Dorset Primivera. Roger is good as is Ramses Morales for lessons
    island tours. Go to www.coquirincon.com or www.surfrinconpr.com, or www.rinconpr.com or www.rincon.org
    or www.rinconvacations.com all are good resources