Surf City El Salvador ISA World Junior Surfing Championship Forecast
Surfing Mexico

Surf City El Salvador ISA World Junior Surfing Championship Forecast

Brief Overview: Fun-size SSW swell Sat fades Sun Back-to-back long period SW swells for next week Nearby tropical activity likely to have some swell/wind impacts next week– details to be refined in the coming days Swell/Surf Outlook SATURDAY 28th: Easing SSW swell with 4-6’ faces AM. Light offshore AM wind, PM sea breeze, later PM […]

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Along Mexico’s Pacific Coast, riding a wave of nostalgia
Surfing Mexico

Along Mexico’s Pacific Coast, riding a wave of nostalgia

In the late ’60s, my husband, Jim, and his college pals in L.A. would load surfboards on top of a beat-up van and head south along the Mexican coast during spring break, stopping in Mazatlán, San Blas and Punta Mita. They slept in their van or under palapas on the beach – never spending more […]

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10 Best Mexico Surf Towns for Beautiful Views and Relaxed Vibes
Surfing Mexico

10 Best Mexico Surf Towns for Beautiful Views and Relaxed Vibes

10 Best Mexico Surf Towns for Beautiful Views and Relaxed Vibes | Travel + LeisureSkip to content Top Navigation Close this dialog window Explore Travel + Leisure Profile Menu Follow Us Close this dialog window Share & More Close this dialog window View image 10 Best Mexico Surf Towns for Beautiful Views and Relaxed Vibes […]

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The best surf spots in Mexico
Surfing Mexico

The best surf spots in Mexico

With a coastline that stretches for more than 3,800 miles (6,100 kilometers) along the Pacific Ocean, Mexico offers a full range of surfing opportunities, from classic point breaks to pounding surfboard-breaking beach breaks. The climate is arid in the north and tropical further south. Wherever you go, the roads are liberally sprinkled with potholes and […]

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The First Family of Nicaraguan Surfing
Surfing Mexico

The First Family of Nicaraguan Surfing

I met Manny Resano seven years ago on the cliff above Maverick’s. It was just after sunrise, freezing cold, foggy, raining and light onshore—the sort of day that makes you want to stay in bed rather than cracking it early. No one else was around when Manny walked up behind me, all smiles and stoke. […]

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Surfing California’s Biggest River Wave
Surfing California

Surfing California’s Biggest River Wave

By Francis Xavier | May 24, 2022 8:33 am ET Never ceases to amaze me the kind of river swells that can be generated with a little shoveling and elevation difference. Follow along as Jamie O’Brien digs a little trench in Southern California that connected an overflowing creek to the ocean and enjoy the fireworks. […]

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The 9 Unwritten Rules of Surfing in Waikiki
Surfing Hawaii

The 9 Unwritten Rules of Surfing in Waikiki

PHOTO: Kelsie Dayna If you’ve ever wanted to try your hand at surfing, Hawaii’s world-famous Waikiki Beach is one of the best places in the world to get started. Located on the south shore of Oahu, Waikiki is one of the most popular destinations in Hawaii. The neighborhood is known throughout the world for its […]

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Watch: This Is What a California Surf Club Looks Like | The Inertia
Surfing California

Watch: This Is What a California Surf Club Looks Like | The Inertia

[embedded content] Editor’s Note: This feature was made possible by our friends at Traveler Surf Club. The California coast is of course, one of the best places to surf in the Americas. Plenty of waves, decent weather, and infrastructure galore. But the surfing infrastructure has really lacked the club scene that we find regularly in places […]

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To Surf a Mammoth California Wave, He Trained to Wipe Out
Surfing California

To Surf a Mammoth California Wave, He Trained to Wipe Out

The dangers posed by big-wave surfing didn’t stop 38-year-old dad Scott Atkinson from training to conquer Mavericks, a monster-sized wave just south of San Francisco, during lockdown. The California-based father of two and longtime surfing aficionado didn’t have time to devote to training until the Covid-19 public-health crisis. Go to Source Author:

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Book ‘Surfing the South’ explores Southern-style endless summer, visits Wrightsville Beach
Surfing California

Book ‘Surfing the South’ explores Southern-style endless summer, visits Wrightsville Beach

Ben Steelman  |  StarNews Correspondent North Carolina is a great place to live, but face it: When it comes to surfing, we’re not California or Hawaii. Nor is the rest of the Southeast, or the Gulf Coast. Our shoreline generally lacks the point breaks or the reef breaks that churn the biggest waves. (“Point Break,” by […]

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