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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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 Mukerau Beach

New Zealand, New Zealand NI, NW Coast

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Datum: WGS84 [ Help ]
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Latitude: 35° 10.096' S
Longitude: 173° 5.379' E

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This beach is 2km west of Wreck Bay - walk over sand and rocks from Wreck Bay or drive at lower tides if you have a 4wd

English (Translate this text in English): This beach is 2km west of Wreck Bay - walk over sand and rocks from Wreck Bay or drive at lower tides if you have a 4wd

English (Translate this text in English): This beach is 2km west of Wreck Bay - walk over sand and rocks from Wreck Bay or drive at lower tides if you have a 4wd

English (Translate this text in English): This beach is 2km west of Wreck Bay - walk over sand and rocks from Wreck Bay or drive at lower tides if you have a 4wd

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This spot always holds more swell the more easily accessed Wreck Bay. However at 2m (8ft) plus this is close-out city.

English (Translate this text in English): This spot always holds more swell the more easily accessed Wreck Bay. However at 2m (8ft) plus this is close-out city.

English (Translate this text in English): This spot always holds more swell the more easily accessed Wreck Bay. However at 2m (8ft) plus this is close-out city.

English (Translate this text in English): This spot always holds more swell the more easily accessed Wreck Bay. However at 2m (8ft) plus this is close-out city.

Atmosphere

Very Peaceful as you're a long way from crowds, and the bay is sheltered

English (Translate this text in English): Very Peaceful as you're a long way from crowds, and the bay is sheltered

English (Translate this text in English): Very Peaceful as you're a long way from crowds, and the bay is sheltered

English (Translate this text in English): Very Peaceful as you're a long way from crowds, and the bay is sheltered

General

Awesome, world class surf all along the Shipwreck bay coast.

English (Translate this text in English): Awesome, world class surf all along the Shipwreck bay coast.

English (Translate this text in English): Awesome, world class surf all along the Shipwreck bay coast.

English (Translate this text in English): Awesome, world class surf all along the Shipwreck bay coast.

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Mukerau Beach
By raidako
Mar 26, 2007
1èr còp NZ -
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Trip: Northland, Nòva Zelàndia
By raidako
From Mar 26, 2007 to Mar 30, 2007
3a e darrèra part del viatge al finimond. Un segond surfari plan capitat. Surf cada jorn 2 còps la jornada. Un grop amistós, bona organizacion. Ostal en riba de mar.
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By Noel TeP , 12-02-2009

JBay vs Shippies - It really doesn't matter which is or isn't the best to each their own. Shippies is good a better than many when it is on. But so is the Bluff and Panu Tanu if your brave and I'm sure that Sth Africa has stunning surf. However their sharks are disgustingly nasty and always hungry. If u surf because u love it then it doesn't really matter which is or isn't best. Oh yeah, I'm a kiwi and I've been to JBay. i musta got it on a bad day casue it was kaka.

By nikkinathan7@yahoo.com.au , 11-10-2005

chill out - Grew up surfing the point with friends for years and now live in aussie. I have surfed some great waves here and in new zealand and i cant understand all these poofters giving each others breaks so much shit, if you dont like it then just dont surf there im sure the locals would be more then happy to have it to themselves. Tauroa point is a world class wave when its on just respect the locals and youll be sweet. PS ask about Michael Tepania probably the only kid in New Zealand who could have went all the way to a world title pure talent. surf hard and dont be to greedy out there.

By glide , 24-05-2004

this place pumps - ive been doing missions to shippies for a while now and when this place links up its insane. i have had a wave from supertubes all the way through to mukerau 1.respect the local crew, they are all pretty mellow

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