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Teiki Mathieu Baillan surfing a self-made Alaya surfboard in Macaroni, Mentawaï, Indonesia. Photo by C. Naslain, 2009.

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By edwardwilliam , 11 Nov

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By aec , 15-09-2010

where sould i go? - hi
i'm planing to go to UK end of next weekend from japan for sightseening and SURFING.
but i don't have any informaithion around UK surf spot, wich place it best(or better) of place for 1st time surfing in there.
also,how thick wetsuit do i bring? i would bring '6''2 and '6''5 boaurds, is good for there? also where should i stay??
so,please teach me someone.

By Harry Chown , 07-05-2009

re: californian in London - Hey, so, you're in London. Probably chosen the worst place in the UK if you're into surfing.
The south coast has hardly any swell, as does the south east coasts.
You need to get down to cornwall and devon (about 5 or 6 hours to the west of London). It's there that we have our best breaks.
We also have decent breaks on the Yorkshire coasts about 5 hours north of London. Check Saltburn and Cayton Bay. Pretty decent on their day.
But all in all, go down to Cornwall if you want the best waves (holding up to 2.5 metres easily).
You should have gone and studied at Bristol or Plymouth or something.... somewhere closer to the surf!

By Lauren , 04-05-2008

Hey, - hey im from england and i know exactly what you mean, i used to live in WA it was sweet as, the guys are so much nicer out there, Id love to be able to surf propably but its so hard to find somewhere decent out here! could anyone give me any tips :) thanks,

By Anonymous , 24-01-2008

looking for surf - hey im a californian studing in london and am trying to head to the southern coast of england to get some waves. anyone know of any spots to rent a board and wetsuit? or any extra gear? would gladly repay you in cali sometime

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By luke , 09-05-2007

wrong wave size - If you go to witterings and you use the surf report at the 2 surf shop there,what ever size they tell you, its 4 time smaller,(4-5ft is waights high), not good if you drive along way for a surf, so if they tell you its 2ft expect it to be ankle high. Hope it helps you out.

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