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Latitude: 13° 28.96' N
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Drive thru down town Agana and you should see the harbor. Park by Baseball field or outdoor food court. Look for entrance to harbor. The spot is located on right side of harbor if you are looking out the channel. Short walk. Crawl onto jetty and down. Paddle out in channel to avoid oncoming sets.
DistanceIn the city
WalkInstant access (< 5min)
Easy to find?Easy to find
Public access?Public access
Special accessDon't know
Alternative name Agana Boat Basin Rights
Wave qualityRegional Classic
BottomReef (coral, sharp rocks etc..)
PowerHollow, Fast, Powerful
Normal lengthShort (< 50m)
Good day lengthNormal (50 to 150m)
Good swell direction
Good wind direction
Swell sizeStarts working at Less than 1m / 3ft and holds up to 2.5m+ / 8ft+
Best tide position
Best tide movement
Week-end crowdFew surfers
- Man-made danger (buoys etc..)
Agana is super shallow with hole, urchins, etc. Tide needs to be medium or high. Parking is easy and a short walk. After entering water off jetty it is best to paddle in channel out so you don't get worked on any set.
Area is pretty mellow, so are locals. Give them respect, they rip. Lots of boggie borders because it is very hollow and shallow. One of my favorite waves. Guam is not know for being super consistant but this spot comes up alot with wind swell and other swells during the rainy season. The best thing I think about this spot is that even if it is only 1-2, it's still a rippen wave with a barrel, always.
Spot can be consistant in rainy season. It starts breaking at about one foot, yes one foot and hollow. Can hold to about 7-8 but its too crazy and shallow. Solid rock reef bottom with no mercy. Go to the left side of Harbor and get the Famous Agana Boat Basin Lefts.
By Sex Seven Juan , 20-01-2009
"dangling participle" -haha - People who point out these kinds of mistakes are usually the ones who can't stick to the subject. Why would you challenge a local on his spot when you know full well that localism is a part of surfing? Anywhere you go where the surf is good, you will encounter localism. How you handle it depends on how smart you really are. There are alot of Guam surfers that do surf other spots outside of Guam and they share their information to the boiz. Guam guys don't have the reputation of the white, arrogant fucks that try to assert their beliefs on the local population. Why not do a comparison and see what kind of attitude gets you a local welcome. I bet you a case of beer that Mr. dangling participle would run for the airport if he were to try and assert his beliefs on the locals instead of bringing humility to a foreign place. Get over yourself mr. dangling participle and humble down or STFU!
By Anonymous , 18-01-2009
- ooohh. someone has to break out big words to a sixteen year old boy who is talking smack to you. I bet youre happy about yourself that you can talk big to a young teen. congrads to u, u literate kook. are u happy now that you got me with your big words. but let me tell you something if i was ur age I bet i could kick ur ass with my fins and no i will not need my boiz for they will laughing at ur monkey as getting spanked by me. We could of had fun if u just brought me my beer and weed. We could of been friend but no. u had to make jokes about pugua and spam. It felt like you are being racial, well anywayz enjoy ur surf and shut the fuck up.
By Anonymous , 07-01-2009
low IQ bullies - That's the best comeback you can muster; threaten someone with aggravated assault? "Don't let me slap you with my fins and then there will ba a lot of laughter coming from the boiz" Okay, I won't. By the way, your participle is dangling; but that's the least of the problems with that sentence. Was the Dr. Freud reference too arcane? Apparently so,...do some research and if you still don't get the joke get back to me. The question remains are you scared to surf without your "boiz" around? I'd be willing to wager, that tough guy bravado ceases if you show up someplace and there is no one in the lineup you know. Keep that in mind son, one day you may want to surf somewhere other than Guam. With that being said, I'd urge you and your ilk to: Get a real job, move out of your parents house, and stop wasting my tax dollars on food stamps and welfare. You perpetuate an already negative stereotype of islanders, and you are an embarassment to other locals because of your ignorance.
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