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RE: surfing Bermuda« on: October 06 2006 11:10:00 »
"COOOOOOOOOOONNNNNN!!!" Sorry Always wanted to do that !!! I feel like an Idiot but I least I did it.
RE: surfing Bermuda« Reply #1 on: October 07 2006 09:10:00 »
cooonnnnn? is that like aaadddriaaannnnn?
RE: surfing Bermuda« Reply #2 on: October 11 2006 17:10:00 »
It is 2045, Rocky's been dead for 32 yrs. But Ivan Drago is now the dead mans Champion in mid hell and heaven. And he is holding Adrian Hostage. With Poly being the ring leader in hell and Duke training Rocky telepathically. Rocky realizes he needs both Mickey's and Opollo's help.
ROCKY 10- HELLS GOLD !!!!!!!!!
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Sly Stallone would never agree to this.......OR maybe ....NO!!!!
RE: surfing Bermuda« Reply #3 on: October 13 2006 13:10:00 »
right im here then, moving in to my flat on sunday and some minor repairs on the board and im ready to go, where are the breaks?
rocky will never die...
RE: surfing Bermuda« Reply #4 on: October 13 2006 20:10:00 »
heard you guys got quite the storm or did it go just north of you? Either way you mustve gotten some surf
RE: surfing Bermuda« Reply #5 on: October 14 2006 23:10:00 »
come back to the turquoise walls in bermy,
RE: surfing Bermuda« Reply #6 on: October 21 2006 10:10:00 »
hey man, i lived in bermy my whole life. been surfing for several years. There is a few spots but they are small short rides, mostly reef breaks so take ding repair. Weather is tricky, can go months with nothing, gotta wait for hurricanes, though the winter lows can bring some pretty good waves. Easiest accesibly waves are on south shore, don't bother asking taxi drivers cause there are only about 20 of us that surf and the most i have ever been in the water with was about 8
RE: surfing Bermuda post 1« Reply #7 on: October 25 2006 18:10:00 »
Hey Con, Con-grats on moving to Bermuda, it's awesome. Unfortunately the 10 to 12 days good surf is not an underestimate. There is however reasonably frequent shitty shorebreak stuff that you can make the most of. There is also potential for some amazing stuff that doesn't get surfed very often. For example at the moment it's going off on North Rock 8 miles out to sea. You can see the break from land, it looks massive but it's an hours boat ride and I don't think it gets surfed very often.
RE: surfing Bermuda post2« Reply #8 on: October 25 2006 18:10:00 »
When Gordon passed to the east he generated some proper long period swell on the south coast that was definitely surfable. All the spots I checked were sucking dry in the pit of double overhead walls and looked like shitty death. But, if I had snorkelled the spots beforehand and knew where the boilers were then it would have been possible to select a take off point that would let you thread between the sucking dry sections. Will be pretty exciting! Ive heard there are some spots that actually hold this swell and have been surfed but have not seen it myself.
RE: surfing Bermuda« Reply #9 on: October 27 2006 22:10:00 »
Take pictures and put them on Global Surfers, I want to see those Death waves.