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Latitude: 50° 50.968' N
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When travelling to Hastings from the west, you come to a railway bridge crossing the road above you , turn right after this passed the wood store on the right and up to the beach.
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take off close to the wall and either pull in or bust out!!
the locals here at the weeekend can be seriously annoying but don't let this spoil your enjoyment -it isn't Hawaii!!
works great in a medium to strong south westerly wind as the wall shelters the spot and cleans the face up
By Cretan Surfer , 17-01-2006
Depressing - What a terrible place. I visited last year for a few days and I regret bringing my board. Dirty and cold water, small sloppy waves and depressing industrial setting. Rock-a-Nore is supposed to be better but I never saw it working in the time I was there. Hastings as a place has a bad rep and a lot of nutters (legacy of Thatcher's care in the community - she sent them all down here) and this is aptly reflected by the attitude shown by locals in the water. Miserable and depressing, but after visiting this surf purgatory I will never complain about my home break again.
By NONO , 11-10-2005
POOP - This is the most lame surfbreak ever, better to go to a beach break anywhere around here unless your stupid and want to catch coodies there is a pipe that pours out crap when its a gale when its the only time you can surf here....trust me just for losers with no life or girlfriends.
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