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Teiki Mathieu Baillan surfing a self-made Alaia surfboard in Lances Left, Mentawaï, Indonesia. Photo by C. Naslain, 2009.

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 Guana cay

Bahamas

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By Blake Sands , 27-03-2006

Check this site - This is about a local of Great Guana cay abaco Bahamas
Blake Sands he has a killer site www.blakesands.com

By anonymous , 12-09-2005

Wow - Caught this spot with a few friends while Ofelia was sitting off the coast of Fl/Ga. Huge clean swells rolled in all day and the wind was offshore due to the hurricanes counterclockwise flow. The waves were unbelievable, 10-12 foot perfect glassy bombs!! One of only a few spots where you don't need a boat!

By fatdanielz@hotmail.com , 27-08-2005

anyone - just wandering if anyone surfs south of guana cay, ie, tiloo,elbow,pellican cays,lyanyard cay,cherokee.
i run a few boats and have access to all the islands and cays,have seen some lovely points and reefs but have no company to surf with.get in touch for some exploration

By anonymous , 01-08-2005

Williwaw @ Guana Cay - Easy to find, approximately one mile North of ferry pier on main road there is a beach house called Williwaw (Williwaw is painted on a surfboard identifying the house). There is beach access next to the house and stairs down to the beach. Williwaw is a left point break that breaks best on low tide. Had a couple of sessions there in July 2005, very fun with nice shape. There is also a surf shack with beat up old boards w/ leashes so help yourself.

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