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Latitude: 38° 1.635' S
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Once you get to Playa Grande, you go to the left of the beach to the pier and there you are. Use the channel next to the pier, to paddle out, because it sucks you right to the takeoff area.
Easy to find?
Good day length
Good swell direction,
Good wind direction
Swell sizeStarts working at and holds up to
Best tide position
Best tide movement
If you get lucky, you can pick up some very fun rides like the one of the photo, and if you´re Very Lucky, you may even surf it without a wetsuit!!
By email@example.com , 17-07-2004
no kooks... - biologia no rompe mas lamentablemente, va eso creo, estoy en costa rica, wwww.geocities.com/moaissurf
By Mateo, theonering.com , 24-03-2003
if you get lucky - the thing with biologia is that you need to check it al the time. for example, a swell hits thet morning, but if the wind changes south, you´re fucked up. its very inconcistent and unpredictable.all the same you can get pretty decnte surf ( from 1m to +2, maybe), sometimes very glassy and with a tube section also. the water gets very cold on winter, but its then when it gets really good. come and see for yourself. but prepare a chilean or peru trip as a plan b.
By anonymous , 25-01-2003
al elquetecagolaola - callate perlero del orto, con esa roña que tenes en tu playa, roña y gordas tanquetas
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