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once upon a time in Belgium - I am thinking about surfing in Belgium in July-August. Any advices regarding the places where I can rent equipment needed and classes for beginner level. I start since zero level, and I have only free Sundays in July-August. The last thing budget is limited. Any tips are more than welcome. Thanks in advance!
Being there in July - Hey,
Is there any chance that somebody can tell me where can I find some spot to rent surf near to Knokke? surfscool or similar?
Will be there in July.
Is there any surfer studying in UCL? I'm going to be doing an Erasmus for the hole year (Im from Spain)starting this september and I wondered if I could join somebody to go surfing, show me the best places, tips, etc. It would help me a lot!
surf season - it s true that surfing months are shifting with changin climatelast three years had july and august great surprisebefore it used to be june and septembreoctober and november are still goodwinter time brings swells who are more powerfull wind more size but more windblownspring is the last few years not spectacular but with some surprises but long flat spellswater is getting more poluted and more sensibledredgingworks in ostend brings polluted sand from out of seawhich ain t goodbut what s the choice with france 1000km away is far
August was the bomb! - Yes the water is probably a bit polluted since the Northsea is one of the most used and abused shallow seas in the world. Seems like August is becoming the best month for surfing in Belgium and replacing september.
- is the water polluted in belguim
for agressive locals - if you'r agressive with other,for surfing in belgium,your'stupid;;;; you are not in hawaii or california or indonesia just in belgium..... don't forget it
- 'nd grease your nose and forehead in the winter with something greasy..it helps with that feeling..the same you get when eating 10 icecreams in a row..but this after 4 or 5 duckdives.. but most of all you'll need a heart that's warm for surfing.. and i don't mean " hey I like surfing cuz it's cool nd stuff " , i mean " dude , screw the wind, the crummy waves, the rain and the cold water.. I just gotta surf. ". If you got that you'll be fine.. but if I were you ..i'd go for portugal france spain uk .. just skip this place. ( I'd give both my pinkies to get myself living in a country with surf all year round...and warm water please, cuz i'm sick of all this wetsuite-crap . ..anyone?)
- in winter you have to wear boots, gloves, wetsuit 5-4 mm or morein summer you can surf in boardshorts when it's sunny or a wetsuit 3-2 mmbut don't come to Belgium if you're planning to come here only for surfing, it's not consistent at all
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