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Teiki Mathieu Baillan surfing a self-made Alaia surfboard in Lances Left, Mentawaï, Indonesia. Photo by C. Naslain, 2009.
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1000km of coast line - any way this is still on moroccan flag autority and we gonna keep it for ever ;;our moroccan south territories with 100s of secret spots ;;desert but wavec and a lot of fish and peace;;;the land mines are in the head of the ex colonials
- Shall we publish about Western Sahara?
Because very few are going there I personally don’t think that it isn’t a major issue.
Maybe 20 surfers per year for 1000 km of superb coastline and regardless the superb potential the common surfer won’t go ….No risks of seeing hundreds of surf tourists up there
Western Sahara is one of the only un-surfed country with very high potential…..There is a succession of point breaks and is 1000 km long with 100 of spots with some world class waves….
Been there! Done it! Mainly in the deep south…
Despite all publication from Moroccan government the war is still actual, not in terms of battles but personal mines and military activities…and general security is at high risk…Occidental are not always welcome up there…..
There is no WATER, no villages, only dunes, dust, sand and strong winds….and when the wind is good a lot of surf!
Try surfing in Liberia during their war brother.. - Yeah i know well about the war but dont let that put you off from comming here and surfing some world class surf, just means you have to be extra careful, especially when driving back at night. So who says we dont care?
It's all about the surf dude - guess you don't care there is a 30+ war going on over there concerning ileagle occupation
yes right - you're right about this guy but why is it empty ?
because it is far from the beaten tracks, you're far from any comfort and nobody to see you performing. so kooks won't go anyway. most of the people going to this country know about waves in this area but lack the travelling and surfing skills it requires, they stay floating around anchors and are fully happy with it ! plus, the wind there is so strong that you could spend 2 weeks without being able to do anything else than looking for some shelter. plus you have mines and terrorist all over the place. not really your average kook surf trip. waves will remain quiet for some time.
- Having done a couple of trips down the west sahara coast over the past decade or so all i can say is well done. You're really big and clever now aren't you. Not content with just telling everyone there are waves down there you have put up gps positions and a satelite map so that every fukin numpty who otherwise wouldn't have had the nounce to even think there might be spots beyond Anchors can now head straight there. I know maybe two or three other surfers who have been down there and none have ever felt the need to broadcast spot locations to make themselves seem cool so why do you have to spoil one of the only regions left with no crowds?
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