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Teiki Mathieu Baillan surfing a self-made Alaya surfboard in Macaroni, MentawaÃÂ¯, Indonesia. Photo by C. Naslain, 2009.
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By Stu Waterman
Manati - That sound like its about 10 min from the house.Is it a reef break? rights and Lefts?I might be coming up from NJ this next week.ill keep you posted.is that Shop in aricibo still open? i got my son a african necklace he lost and he is bummin.Thanks.
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SAN JUAN PR - .SYNOPSIS...A HIGH PRESSURE RIDGE EXTENDED FROM THE NORTHWEST ATLANTIC SOUTHWESTWARD TO THE BAHAMAS AND CUBA TODAY...WHILE ELONGATED LOW PRESSURE WAS NEARLY STATIONARY NORTH TO SOUTH ALONG 50 WEST. THE RIDGE WILL BUILD WEST OF THE AREA THROUGH WEDNESDAY WHILE THE TROUGH MOVES SLOWLY SOUTHWEST. ON FRIDAY A COLD FRONT WILL MOVE INTO HISPANIOLA AND THE WEATHER WILL BECOME MORE UNSETTLED BOTH FRIDAY AND SATURDAY. RELATIVELY LONG PERIOD SWELL WILL ENTER THE AREA ON THURSDAY NIGHT AND PERSIST THROUGH FRIDAY...ELEVATING SEAS TO NEAR ADVISORY CRITERIA IN THE ATLANTIC..TONIGHT...WIND EAST NORTHEAST 12 TO 17 KNOTS. SEAS 4 TO 5FEET. ISOLATED SHOWERS. .TUESDAY...WIND EAST NORTHEAST 12 TO 17 KNOTS. SEAS 4 TO 5FEET. ISOLATED SHOWERS IN THE MORNING. .TUESDAY NIGHT...WIND EAST NORTHEAST 13 TO 18 KNOTS. SEAS 4 TO5 FEET. ISOLATED SHOWERS THEN SCATTERED SHOWERS AFTER MIDNIGHT. .WEDNESDAY...WIND EAST NORTHEAST 9 TO 14 KNOTS. SEAS 4 TO 5FEET. SCATTERED SHOWERS THEN ISOLATED SHOWERS IN THE AFTERNOON. .WEDNESDAY NIGHT...WIND EAST NORTHEAST 9 TO 14 KNOTS. SEAS 4TO 5 FEET. SCATTERED SHOWERS. .THURSDAY...WIND EAST 7 TO 12 KNOTS. SEAS 4 TO 5 FEET.SCATTERED SHOWERS THEN ISOLATED SHOWERS IN THE AFTERNOON THENSCATTERED SHOWERS. .FRIDAY...WIND EAST 10 TO 15 KNOTS. SEAS 6 TO 7 FEET INNORTHEAST SWELLS. SCATTERED SHOWERS. .SATURDAY...WIND EAST 12 TO 17 KNOTS. SEAS 5 TO 6 FEET.SCATTERED SHOWERS.
Local knowledge - Peace stay with the man who shares his sacred knowledge,Thanks
Stu - IRIE - Yes you're right about the map. I'd send already three emails to the web master and they have not fixed yet. Suppose to be like this: From east to west - Vega Baja, Manati, Barceloneta, Arecibo, Hatillo, Camuy and then Isabela, Aguadilla, etc. Machuca is the last beach of Manati and the first one of Barceloneta. You have to ways to get there. The easy one is thru Barceloneta road #684 get in the neighborhood La Boca and park by the river mouse. paddle cross the river and walk 5 mins. and surf. I'll get a break in between work and go surf with you. Later.
Br Rasta - Thats so cool you remember.im sure you meet so many traveling Ex pats with many questions.My family in PR lives in Vega Baja so i surfed Los tubos a couple times.It was pretty good as well.We couldnt find that other beach you like.I think the map is not accurate.I also surf Costa Rica but Pr seems more consistent and much easier to get around.Ill stay in touch through this site.I just didnt know how to post before.IRIE
By Boricua Rasta
Welcome back Stu - Yes I remember. That was one of my clients house and store "Ethiopia" in Arecibo. I live in Manati close of Los Tubos beach and Machuca's Garden beach my favorite spot. See you soon.
BR Rasta - I was at your House buying some stuff with my father in Law.Local Pr guy.I surfed a point near Aricbo El Faro.It was real fun.You saw me looking at my Wannasurf map and asked what my name was.You were playing a Marley DVD.Ill be back to visit again in late april or early June.Hpe to see you.
SURFING JUNE - Sorry is not the best season but allways something happens. Look for the north side. Trade Winds makes waves.
SURFING MAY - What can I say? All depends in mother nature. May marks the end of the winter season. Could a late cold front reach us? It could. Could an early huricane pass by? Who knows. Any kind of low presure will be good. Waves or not you'll have a great time.
By pcola ripper
no title - plaining on coming here in june....is it just as consistant here in the summer as in the winter???
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