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Latitude: 53° 51.49' N
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12km from the town of Drogheda, which can be accessed off the M1 Dublin/Belfast motorway. Take the road from Drogheda to Termonfeckin and continue on to Clogherhead village.
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Fun waves for anyone living in the area, and if a visitor you would need to do your homework on the weather forecast. Check out the atlantic coast for more consistancy and height.
By Anonymous , 25-01-2008
The east coast slop surfers - It can get quite big here. However, the frequency of this happening is indeed similar to hen's teeth - rare. I have personally seen southerly ground swell wrapping its way up the east coast.That was during a phenomenal storm off the south west coast of Ireland. The waves were quite huge - 5ft plus and clean. The wind was offshore and mild. Moreover, the waves generally tend to be wind swell, east, n.east or south east and on shore of course . I've surfed in March 2006 to a sizeable N.east 'swell', that wrapped nicely around the head. If the waves are on your door step then it's a bonus but i wouldn't depend on it - Oahu or Pipelines it is not.
Kelly Slater....locals only ha ha.
By Anonymous , 18-12-2006
Neptune Outdoor - Just on the beech there is the East Coasts only surf school, Neptune Outdoor Centre operates there.Surf aint great but the odd day it can be ok!
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