The crew were in first light. The surf forecast looked promising with no wind in the early morning.
It was pretty much flat. We stuck around to watch the sunrise and a few small waves started feeling the reef. After 30 minutes the swell hit and we were sharing consistent long range swell producing head high waves, clean faces and a tight pocket. Everybody had a great surf, even swapping boards. Leonor riding one of Markies Twin fin designs and Valeria out on a Skindog longboard. A coule of locals paddled out on super old logs and we were stoked to encourage them. Whoops all-round.
Another day surfing for four hours, I need new shoulders!
Images courteousy of Magic Seaweed who we are finding the swell reports very reliable.