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Latitude: 51° 58.974' N
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highway 15 till the end,acces the harbormouth
Easy to find?
Good day length
Good swell direction,
Good wind direction,
Swell sizeStarts working at and holds up to
Best tide position
Best tide movement
Only with really big swell.
Probably doesn't work that well anymore, due to work on a gas pipe that runs directly through the break some years ago.
Did not work for years now, needs powerful swell,must be really lucky to surf it (again).
It's a farely industrial place really. Polluted water from the Rotterdam harbour, gas pipe below your feet, heli-pad to the left, tankers and container ships moving through the channel. Hmmm lovely!!!
Used to be one of the best spots around.
When it is big it will really slam you and surprise you as to the power a Dutch wave can throw you.
By firstname.lastname@example.org , 27-10-2005
reluctant yank transplant - I may be moving to this area from the beach in NJ....I surf like its my job...but I dont get paid....anyway....how does the size/frequency of surf at this spot (or others) compare to East coast of USA? I am looking forward to 'flower' shopping....but I wonder: can one surf consistantly?...how many hours of daylight in december? what is the size/frequency of the swells? I know this site has some of this 'info'...but it seems unreliable...and last but not least...will this wave ever work again? it looks like a one of kind experience. va pue'!jbyrd
By gv , 21-01-2005
gh - Spot does not work anymore because they have made adjustments to the depth of the sandbreak
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