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Datum: WGS84 [ Help ]
Latitude: 42° 57.822' N
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On route A1A, East coast's ocean road
WalkInstant access (< 5min)
Easy to find?Don't know
Public access?Don't know
Special accessDon't know
Wave qualityRegional Classic
PowerHollow, Fast, Powerful, Fun
Normal lengthLong (150 to 300 m)
Good day lengthVery Long (300 to 500 m)
Good swell directionEast, NorthEast
Good wind directionWest, SouthWest
Swell sizeStarts working at 1.5m-2m /5ft-6ft and holds up to 5m / 16 ft and over
Best tide position
Best tide movement
Week crowdFew surfers
Week-end crowdUltra crowded
Surf is 2 hours before and after low tide. Do NOT PARK illegally,the locals will LET YOU KNOW!
This spot is well known - prehaps the East Coast's best wave. On its day, it rivals the best of the best right points in the world. The Wave can get big and hollow, breaking up to 400 yards, PERFECT. Just across the bay is Rye on the ROcks, New Hampshire's premire left - another F*&^% perfect wave.
This place is special. IT makes you wonder why you'd travel to find surf - it is that good. The locals are reasonable, just have maximum respect and you'll get you fair share. It breaks rarely but when it does, you'll save youself the trip to Jeffery's Bay, NO SHIT - it is that good.
By jack danger , 29-08-2010
tarrds - first of all j- bay is j-bay fox hill is fox hill pipe is pipe tavarua is tavarua stop trying to make something its not, we all love our local break and honestly calling fox hill j bay is just retarded. talk about the shape , speed,frequency and stop comparing shit that isnt comparable. oh yeah and fyi east coast surf DOES SUCK compared to the rest of the world so deal with it and stop acting like a bunch of puffed up dbags and go find some better waves rather than making shit up.
By Anonymous , 26-08-2010
Exposure - Congratulations for posting this spot. My guess is it will become the Seaside of the east coast