Results for swell
Yesterday the IndoSurfLife.com forecast pointed an increase of SW/SSW groundswell due to arrive on the Balinese Coast. Earlier today, the swell delivered some good waves with some 3-5 ft sets rolling in around the island. Who knows what the rest of the day will bring. Not to mention this weekend (check the forecast). Here’s some pictures taken today in Bali.
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Cameron Mammina, 21, manager of Third Coast Surf Shop, has taken the next few days off work to take advantage of a gift from Hurricane Sandy and the winds from the north.
Uluwatu on the last swell (Thursday and Friday) saw beautiful 6-8 foot waves with perfect offshore winds.
When Ulus gets big there are always considerably less surfers in the water. At 7am with the low tide there were just 10 guys out. I sat in the top Warung having a coffee watching Outside Corner ~ Jason Salisbury was waxing up, preparing to get out there and had his videographer with him – he was stoked to be surfing Ulus with barely anyone else out.
Updated: Thursday, October 4th
The 2012 Oakley World Pro Junior event waiting period will start off in leftover southwest swell that had peaked earlier in the week, although surfwill still be medium size at Canggu. Decreasing and smaller leftovers take over Sun/Mon. We’ll see a medium size south-southwest swell mix move in later Tue and Wed the 9th-10th, with a larger south-southwest swell for the 11th-12th. More south-southwest swell is on track for the 14th.
Last Monday a solid South-Western swell arrived in Bali bringing 6-8ft waves with some spots reaching 10-12ft.
With the intention of covering both sides of Bali the ISL.com team decided on a two-part mission: One shoot in Keramas, early in the morning before the trade winds and one at Padang-Padang later in the day.
North Sumatra’s Medan branch of the Meteorology, Climatology and Geophysics Agency (BMKG) has warned residents to be on the alert for hotter weather that might strike the province in August.
Waves in Papuan and West Papuan waters reached 2 to 4 meters high on Thursday, with the winds blowing at 5 to 27 kilometers per hour, says the Meteorology, Climatology and Geophysics Agency (BMKG).
Everybody loves a holiday… particularly if it’s unplanned and coincides with swell. Thursday’s Hari Merah (red day – local jargon for public holiday) saw the swell drop off a bit on the Bukit, but this didn’t stamp out the fun. The annual surfer migration to Bali is in full-swing and the Bukit was swarming with people looking to score a few waves, preferably of the barrel-kind.
Now here’s a clip that may seriously upset your working day if you’re in an office cubicle, it’s Kandui Resort’s guests scoring a perfect day at it’s premiere Righthand break.