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Teiki Mathieu Baillan surfing a self-made Alaia surfboard in Lances Left, Mentawaï, Indonesia. Photo by C. Naslain, 2009.

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 The cove cape may

USA, North East, New Jersey

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By Anonymous , 15-11-2009

- The Cove Restaurant accross the street from the Cove Beach is a good place for breakfast or lunch.

By Anonymous , 10-06-2006

- you should put some good pictures of the cove not some knee high waves

By Moonie , 19-11-2005

- on the right swell with atleast waist surf you can take off from in frount of the rocks and make it down through three sections to the beach on a long board, about 30 yards. although its ridable all year, its takes a large swell to ride any thing other than a long board or wide fish.

By D.K , 16-10-2005

i agree - i completly agree, when it gets big screw cape may, its so much bigger and better up north, and you can find an uncrowded beach.

By anonymous , 14-10-2005

jealous of what? - True the cove has nice waves..... If you like a big sword fight to get closest to the jetty. Plus all the longboarders ( and I mean long 10ft. pieces of foam ) and little kids are in the way. Nine of ten cats in the water are either on ships or are under the age of ten. As far as natural beauty goes, Cape May is beautiful. But, I've seen it a million times and when your in the ocean, who gives a f----. I'm not painting a picture. Many better breaks up north without a small populus. Yet another spot destroyed by utterly ridiculous crowds.

By D.K , 05-10-2005

- the cove is pretty good when it gets big and breaks pretty much like a point break if the swell hits right. Its pretty steep if you take off in front of the rocks, and ive seen people get thrown into the rocks. Who submited this break and the photos, i kno the kid in the photos. All i need is a first name, if your from Cape May I prolly kno you

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