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Latitude: 26° 32.717' N
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a short walk south of Boynton public beach
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Alternative name gnarly point
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i basically learned to surf this beach
once you get the hang of it and master its treacherous ways ur on your way to a pro
just watch out for the 2nd and 3rd jetties because they have randmly exposing rocks
lots of cool old longboarders and me and my crew(the locals) a bunch of punks and a metalhead lookin for a stella set to come in
waves are usually waist to head high with the winter swell overhead days,ull need a wetsuit cuz of the air not the water
one of the coolest places to surf if your scared of shark pit in sebastian or need practice for cocoa
By cody wojo , 20-10-2008
its ok - i love how theres someone else who calls themself wojo that made this page... NOT. ok this break is ok when theres chop in the water. lake worth is always better, white house has pretty good lines. closeouts all day at tortuga. shorebreak is about it unless theres a system passing through. skip it. much better breaks close by
By anonymous , 28-01-2006
Are you kidding - Anywhere North and South of Tortuga is usuallly better.I live here in Boynton and can safely say that if you're gonna surf in boynton go to hammock.Its only 1/2 a mile north.Tortuga is never consistent.
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