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Latitude: 22° 27.674' N
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You need a large private boat to reach this site. The closest convenient pier is either at Hebe Haven (Pak Sha Wan) or Sai Kung.
Easy to find?Don't know
Public access?Public access
Special accessBy boat only
Alternative name Shek Ngau Chau
Wave qualityDon't know
BottomReef (coral, sharp rocks etc..)
Good day length
Good swell direction
Good wind direction
Swell sizeStarts working at and holds up to
Best tide position
Best tide movement
- Rips / undertow
- Man-made danger (buoys etc..)
There are two reefs here. Breaker Reef North & South which are well known dive sites.
This area is fairly isolated so special consideration needs to be given to whether conditions.
Sections of the reef can have a lot of line and net fishermen trying their luck if the weather is good.
There is a lot of old lines and nets in this area so care needs to be taken to avoid entanglement.
This area is prone to large swells that may be larger than the water movement visible from the surface.
There have been numerous reports of reasonable sized sharks being sighted in this area. Normal shark precautions should always be applied when in this area.
The area is prone to quick weather changes. Tidal flow may separate surfers from boats.
I have never been able to surf this spot because of the location. However, I have seen a foto of a person surfing this wave. It had a nice shape and was over head.
By D , 24-03-2008
What's in a name? - The name of this reef alone gives away the fact that there are waves.
By Anonymous , 24-03-2008
hong kong reefs - Here is a site of the locations of hkg reefs.
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