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Anonymous surfer in south-west of France. Photo by C. Naslain, 2016.

Surf spot atlas made by surfers for surfers
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By Mel(M) , 13-06-2006

The country - The 'country' or, as it`s known today as the 'Hof Ha `suk Ha Zaphon', is where Moosa built the first boards in Israel (in-parallel with Topsy). In the mid-seventies Moosa was the lifeguard at the north beach, which today is called the 'Partza', & the waves in-front of his station were supreme. They, as today, started jacking-up 500 metres from the beach & then peeled-off the 'A-frame peaks' front & backside until tubing-out on the sandbar. On big swells the faces get up to 3 metres & winter storm generated swells can bring-em-in even bigger. The locals are cool & this break produced some epic surfers such as Dan Golik & Adi Glusker (who shared it with Tel-Baruk). The chief lifeguard Arieh was THE most RADICAL surfie in the mid-seventies & his side-kick 'Kishkashta' (Shlomo) was the Israeli 1987 Masters champion. So respect them & even go to them for advice. The 'country' is cooooooool!

By how foul your language is? , 12-07-2004

Jew Know - Peace, love and tolerate all races. Enjoy your desert and this spot looks fun... teach a Palistinian kid to surf....wet bombs won't explode.

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