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Location: Caribbean, islands between the Caribbean Sea and North Atlantic Ocean, east of Puerto Rico
Geographic coordinates: 18° 15' N, 63° 10' W
Coastline km: 61 km km
Climate: tropical; moderated by northeast trade winds
Terrain: flat and low-lying island of coral and limestone
Elevation: lowest point: Caribbean Sea 0 m highest point: Crocus Hill 65 m
Natural hazards: frequent hurricanes and other tropical storms (July to October)
Currency: East Caribbean dollar (XCD)
Population: 13,677 (July 2007 est.)
Languages: English (official)
Capital: The Valley
Divisions: none (overseas territory of the UK)
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|Surf Spots (2)||Quality||Direction||Type||Frequ||Experience|
|Dolphins||2 / -||Left||Reef-rocky||Experienced surfers|
|Junk's Hole||2 / -||Right and left||Reef-coral||All surfers|
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By Anonymous , 14-08-2007
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I was a Ross student and tried to surf St Kitts but not much to surf just small blown out wind swell typically under 4ft and 7 seconds and 18+mph onshore winds. North un-surfable hardly ever breaks + lava rock coast. If you are looking to surf don’t go to St Kitts, try St Martin or Barbados. I know I am glad to be back in the states where I can actually surf some clean waves over 3ft.
By Anonymous , 01-03-2007
anguilla/st kitts - Being so flat i bet anguilla gets blown out quite a bit.Any body surf st kitts north north west coast. flown in during a swell recently and it looked like it had few spots firing in a kind of point break styley.any ross university students surf this side.surfed the eastside a bit keys etc
By VIlocal , 09-06-2006
Lots of wind swell - Don't forget the S side. There seems to be a fun left where the St Maarten ferry comes in. Even better exposure on E end. Saw some fun looking wind swell, there are a few wraps where it cleans up.N side, some good set ups, even though I went in winter, it was so flat I couldn't even tell where a wave would be.Barrier reef outside, maybe swell gets in, maybe not. NE promising, but reefy and windy.
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