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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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surfing Rostock - Hi moving to Berlin in the next month and need to find the closest wave so i dont go too insane. will be going to Rostock on a regular basis.Any waves there???
surfing wustrow? - planning to surf beginning of september in wustrow, anyone any experiences there?
bad or really bad?what equipment to recommend?
Hamburg visit - I have been surfing the gulfcoast of the United States for that past 25 years. I will be in Hamburg for two months, May and June (w/o surfboard). Please advise on surfboard rental, water temperatures, best surf locations and mode of travel from Hamburg. Thank you, BRM
Come to Germany! - Germany is a large place, and it regales many fine waves, particularly in the winter to enjoy. But it is then very cold, therefore will recommended to correctly be equipped. I know that many people have prejudice against Germans, but we welcome you with the opened arms to come, our waves to experience and our culture. The German way is one of discipline and of innovation. We have wonderful waves on our north beaches and also in our rivers! Would you believe that we have river waves of the very high quality? I enjoy, in order to travel the world, for nice surf. The best place, which was I at all, is Indonesia. Native treated well there and excellent waving gave me. Many nice girls live in the there also. I invite all good surfers of the world to come to Germany and to enjoy our attractive ocean! In the winter we have waves upward from 3 meters, but the waves are smaller normally. Get a short board and at the most important, warm rubber, gloves, a hood and hiving!
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sylt - is not one of the best spots in europe. but one can take out a longboard. look at les estagnots and dont compare...and dont mix up windsurfing with surfing.
sylt - hey!i just wanny say that sylt, the northern most island of germany is one of the best places to surf in europe!every year there are pretty big surf competitions there!to the one who wrote this article: have you ever been to germany?? you dont seem to....and the weather isnt as bad as people thinkhave fun with surfing
closest spot to hamburg?! - hi" i know someone was asking kind of the same question before, but there is no good answer to find... i moved to hamburg 2 month ago and because my new board finally got here i start asking myself where i could take it to testride? which would be the next/ best spot to go to?are there any waves in summertime at all? and is it worth giving it a try on a shortboard anyway? i'd be more than thankful for your answer...
Surf in Germany - Hye goin to be in germany in may,june,july and stayin near hamburg. Where should i surf??? argh i cant survive withou it pls..pls write back
SURFING IN GERMANY - Surfing in Germany has always been and probably will always be something exotic! This is mainly due to the fact that the German North Sea coast is a unique phenomenon, the so called "Wattenmeer" which is at low- tide a muddy 30 km wide beach-like stretch in front of the coast, that doesn´t allow swell to hit. The only place where acceptable waves are to be had are the islands, which are positioned at the end of the Wattenmeer and can only be reached by long and expensive ferry rides(sometimes they make you pay for your board as well). The Baltic Sea gets some waves, but not as frequent as the North Sea, and smaller. Nevertheless for surfers from Hamburg and north Germany in general, good spots in Denmark are only a 4 hours ride and definitely worth a weekend or day trip on a good swell. Surfers from the western metropolitan area "Ruhrpott" even have acceptable surf in 2+ hours reach at the dutch coast. The rest of Germany had better move!
- Crappy at best in the North See
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