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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 Xico alentejano , 20-03-2007

- Never seen the left hander work.. i posted that second pic and that pit some previous guy mnetioned is pure illusion

By , 15-08-2006

be carefull - In february i was there and i see very very long right wave so i decided to go surf with my 6.6 and i didn't see the power of the ripps at the begining.....

This wave could be perfectwithout ripps, i was in the ripps and the problem is you have rock every where ! i go in the water within the harbour but, when i was at the line up the ripps take me toward the ilha de pesseguiro, so i decide to go out but where it's reef every where and i start to drift toward the ilha but there is a place between Porto covo and ilha where the wave are more big and powerfull. This day i break my surfboard in the rock... and since this day i don't go surfing alone place like this.... i spoke with people of Porto covo they says there were accident very often with surfer
so think before go surf there

By anonymous , 20-01-2006

WOW! - WOWOWOWOWO !!! i have seen it break with 20ft offshore classic, but the right hander is a mellow wave, i did not know it worked so small in low tide :( check that foto the left hander is a very nice PIT!!!!

By Soulsurfer , 21-05-2005

oh yeah! - I have seen this wave pumping with 12-15ft offshore complety classic, BUT NEVER SEEN ANYONE SURFING IT, you need big cojones...big riders only.

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