So, I have been researching wave consistency back east using the recorded/average data posted on magicseaweed.com
Is this website accurate? Give or take?
It lists, in general order, the breaks in this order.
Melbourne Beach, FL: 46%
Hatteras: 42% over all ridable days per year
Kill Devil Hills: 36%
Virginia Beach: 28%
OC New Jersey: 27%
OC MD: 24%
Carolina/Wrightsville Beach: 18%
Folly Beach, SC 16%
So, the shockers is Carolina/Wrightsville Beach. It says that there are less than 20% of ridable windswell days each year. Yet, it logs that Atlantic Beach gets about DOUBLE the overall swell that Carolina Beach does...
I know that talking about consistency is usually just a crap shoot. It is everyone's opinion on the matter. How many days they "remember" each year. But this is 10 years of averaged data supposedly...
The define a wave in 7 second period or more, breaking at least 3 feet in wave face.
So, is carolina beach really this flat? Or is this data a little innaccurate?