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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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Heaven - i have spent a while in tobago in many occasions taking my board with me. it is the best place on earth. the locals are the nicest people i have ever met in my life. The surf when i was there was bloody amazin. it rose to bout 6ft staying around 3-5ft all the time. there were few days when it was flat but then again you need days to rest up. i have made friends with some of the locals i have met... i cant wait to see them again for another surf.
By George Bush
Mount Irvine Mobsters - Wow! Talk about a radical crew! Gervais is the kingpin down there, I was scared to even look at him. These guys live big coz they are larger than life. I got some serious chest high juice that saw local charger 'Teatray' taking off REAL deep - dat man krazee!
mt. irvine - Every time I go mt.irvine it is mint. Swell doesnt get that big on a regular basis but there there is normally a consistant chest to head high wave. There can be the odd few days where the swell does get big perhaps 6 or 7ft plus. Nearly every day it is clean and offshore and warm weather. My ideal surf spot.
- Those of you, who had some bad trips here, "tuff luck!"Mount Irvine has many moods just like anywhere else you've surfed before. 16ft plus to super flat, its just that you've pick the wrong time to surf here, yes we do have surfers who feel they own the spot (mostly the younger ones from Trinidad & some living in Tobago ignore them esp. the Aussie-Trini). Not all Trinis smoke weed, there are some of us who welcome visitors so get your facts straight. However! We do get those RUDE visiting surfers who feel they are above the rest, you know who you are..., they will be dealt with accordingly!! P.S. The Republic of Trinidad & Tobago.
By Not Interested
Hopeless & Sad - Hopeless. Any wave of any size either closes out or gets picked off by grumpy locals who've done waaaaay too much spliff.Sad. The reef is dead or dying and the locals don't care. Hence the flotilla of Glass Bottom death-traps blasting distorted DanceHall - 'Hey tourists...come and kill the reef - long as I get the dollar'.No thanks
sweet - I have been surfing mt.irvine for 3 years now and the longest you have to wait between swells in the right season is about 5-6 days. Some of you who have had shit there probally went in the wrong season. It is nearly always off shore. And the only problem that i see is that if the swell isnt from the north you dont get the perfect wave that peels off the point. When this happens it tends to break in the centre of the reef. the place is also cheap living.
By u s of a
greeeeeeat - mount irvine pumps all the time!!!! allways a rideable wave there most days.most of the locals are kooky poo stancers with cut up feet and shit boards.
Real Surfers Love All - May the Peace and Love of God Prevail over all in the Universe! This includes surfers and all breaks.
go to trini - Got stuck for 6 "highseason" weeks on this island, while travelling with my boat across carib and central america. Total -as in total- Flatness, blacktip-sharks, good scubadiving around Charlotteville, though. The best surfspots around are in Trinidad, check out Toco. Friendly locals, too.
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