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Latitude: 21° 20.815' S
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St Pierre. Walk beside the lagoon on the wall, and on the edge of the lagoon the wave breaks. The lagoon empties here so walk to the left and jump down the black boulders. There is a strong rib when its big
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Mainly surf it right. If you are really kamikaze go left and let the rip bring you round the very from and back out the back.
Not bad. Usually surfed by accomplished surfers. Stay firendly and people will be friendly back
Awesome. If you fall off, take the white water in towards the rocks and let the rip take you. Duck diving will ruin your board on the reef and you will eat the reef and get urchins stuck in you.
This wave is fast and furious when bigger.
By le dodo le la! , 20-04-2006
i wouldnt if i were you - this place got so big, powerfull.....and shallow a few years back that the women would not go out in the final of the French champs !.I surfed it at head height and shat myself ! If you touch the bottom, guaranteed urchins and fire coral. If you get out of place, you get smashed on the rocks. If you try to play safe and sit outside, you end up in deeper water and shark food. Avoid this little beauty. A wolf in sheeps clothing.
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