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boston« on: August 30 2004 01:08:00 »
wheres the nearest surf spot in boston
RE: boston« Reply #2 on: September 04 2004 01:09:00 »
well there are a few places you can go, if you want to head up north, you can hit up hampton beach, there are a few spots up there, most notably "the wall". Its about an hour drive. Look for cinnamon rainbow surf shop... it is RIGHT on the beach. The problem is, the surf is not all that consistent there, it is usually small. So, you may want to make a trip to nantucket... my favorit place to go. Its an hour and a half car ride followed by a two hour ferry, but the waves there are the most consisten you can find in new england. If you go there, you should hit up "the Sham", really really nice beach. Also, "cisco" is a big spot to go surfing. Localism is not there, don't step on their toes... and they wont talk to you... but yeah... enjoy.
RE: boston« Reply #3 on: September 24 2004 18:09:00 »
i just moved to boston and found out about the hampton beach surfing. do you happen to know if they rent boards/wetsuits at cinnamon rainbow surf shop?? i left my board at home b/c i didn't realize there was surf in NH...so i need a board but i'm dying to surf!!
let me know
RE: boston« Reply #4 on: October 02 2004 20:10:00 »
Yea they do, its $25 for a half day of a board and suit ... I rented there for about a year before I bought a board from them
RE: hampton beach web cam free« Reply #5 on: November 27 2004 09:11:00 »
Brfore heading out check out the free web cam @ hamptonbeach.org no need to make the trip if it's only 1 ft. or you don't want to miss the 5 ft glass says.
RE: boston« Reply #6 on: December 14 2004 16:12:00 »
also try horsenech beack. In the wintertime/fall this place can go off (like all the beaches in NE when a Noreaster or hurricane comes in).
RE: boston« Reply #7 on: January 02 2005 16:01:00 »
Ehi, I'm coming to Ashburnam, near boston, in a few days. I'm a windsurfer and I was wondering if there are some spots to go windsurfing in the area.
RE: boston« Reply #8 on: March 08 2005 14:03:00 »
My, name is John and I'm from Puerto Rico. Yeah, I have been surfing for almost 20 year's, Uf. I miss it so much.
I'm moving to Boston, do you have any sugestions on surfing spots.
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Author: Shaun Thompson
RE: boston« Reply #9 on: March 27 2005 19:03:00 »
Everyone from New England will tell you Hampton Beach is awesome. Watch out though, it tends to get very crowded. As said earlier, The Wall, which is right across from Cinnamon Rainbows Surf Co. (right on rt 1a) is the normal surf spot. If its crowded there, or if the waves are very rough (which does happen), drive a bit further north. You will find some nice breaks in the Rye area. Its about 5-10 minutes further, and youll see people up there too. Other places to go, although I dont know too much about them, are Plum Island and also Good Harbor Beach. Plum is in Newburyport, Good Harbor in Gloucester. If you're really looking for some bigger waves though, try going to the Islands or to the Cape, as these places are the most exposed. Beware though, the islands and cape, if staying overnight, can get VERY expensive.