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Teiki Mathieu Baillan surfing a self-made Alaya surfboard in Macaroni, Mentawaï, Indonesia. Photo by C. Naslain, 2009.

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By word to your mamma , 03-02-2005

Correction - It's Mount Maunganui... this wave is also known as Lake Maunganui. However it can get epec in the summer months... March or Feb especially! If its chop suey, check the main beach and its usually good in the blow hole. Puka mate!!!

By New Jersey Surfer , 09-06-2004

Waves in July? - I will be in Whitianga in mid July. Any decent chance of
scoring surf this time of year there? We will be coming
to the Coromandel on our last night in NZ.

How is Raglan in mid July. Is the wind constantly on it (onshore), or does it ever lighten up (mornings/evenings)?

Any info would be appreciated!

By anonymous , 25-05-2004

surfing - went surfing in the weekend waves were ok alot of waiting around for them

By Lyndon , 30-04-2004

spot on - spot on Boz, best bit of forecasting for the area ever,
& why has the Mount got 3 stars the same as some of the breaks in "The Naki"- get real & I'm from the mount

By anonymous , 29-01-2004

no title - Hot Water goes off!! On a good day you can get perfect long rides on perfect right hand wave. I went there oneday in the holidays and there was a strong southwest wind and the waves were just perfect.

By , 08-08-2003

surfing Coramandel - Hello.

re; surfing Coramandel.

I'm a surfer who lives in Malibu, California. I surf a 9'0" longboard and a 7'6" hybrid.

In late November I will be traveling to Coramandel to spend about 10 days there.

Can anyone recommend specific places I should check out for that time of year?


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By Boz , 27-08-2002

Surfing Coromandel - I have been surfing the Coromandel for 15 years.
As the website is inconsistent.
When a cyclone swell hits, it is epic, and all the beaches pretty much pick of some of the swell. The better ones are Sailors Grave, Tairua, Whanga, but the others all have their charms. I would check the swell forecasts closely before planning a specific surf trip here. Plenty of other things to do both on land and in the water though. Gets pretty crowded over the public holidays in Summer, especially Xmas/New Years.

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