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Tak the road down to Fort Bay and take a right down the hairpin. Park in the dirt there. Follow the dirt road until it ends.
Easy to find?
Alternative name Tent Reef
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Deep water swells come out of really deep water and hit a 3ft deep shelf. Extremely fast and hollow wave.
Never gone so fast or been so deep in barrels. Only surfed by alone, which is a little sketchy with the tiger sharks around.
By firstname.lastname@example.org , 27-11-2006
no worries about overcrowding there - like it says in the wave profile " IT RARELY WORKS! "fort bay is in the south west corner of the island - any westerly quadrant swell is a rare occurence. you have to be lucky to get it good!hurricane season would be your best bet. then again, that will most likely only give you 1 or 2 days of swell per storm..... the storm also has to move through the carribean instead of the atlantic.there are far more gems in the carib that go off with more frequency!
By email@example.com , 08-11-2006
Are you nuts! - Erase this as quickly as you can. Dude, if that break was were i live i wouldn't tell anyone. You need a surfing partner, let me know i am half an hour flight. Delete this photos before half the eastern US jumps a plane and overcrouds this! firstname.lastname@example.org
By Anonymous , 07-11-2006
Are there more spots on saba????? - Have friends who live on Curacao, but never heard about anyone surfing on Saba. Maybe you could give some more info.Thnx
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