Dude nantasket is the armpit of the coast..I just take the forecast for that place and add 1-2 feet for other local spots
Good point. Actually, Nantasket IS officially classified as an armpit, which is a concave surface, hence the waves undergo a concave refraction and jack up higher than normal, unfortunately after the armpit, they then meet with a bicep which is a highly convex surface and they thus undergo a convex refraction and they get smaller again. But I catch the waves so far out that the waves are larger than the other local spots by at least a foot.
By the way, I would rather have this shoulder: AlbumYE.JPG