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    Surfing - Cupecoy

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    Has any upper semesters here surfed at Cupecoy? Is the break consistent? How big are the waves? How often is there a swell?

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    When the wind comes out of the Southeast, Mullet sometimes breaks. It can be really, really great surfing. There is sometimes a break at Plum that's fun as well. Most of the time, though, the best surfing on the island is on the East Coast (with a break up north at Wilderness). I believe that there are sometimes surfable breaks off Cupecoy beach, but have never seen them, nor do I know exactly where they are.

    I'm not a surfer, though. Others may have more info.
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    it think it was going pretty well last semester when there was a storm....you could see them from the balcony on the side of chertok
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    I surf. It's alright at cupecoy, I like beacon hill a lot cause its not too far from CV. There are some other places on the french side too. PM me if you wanna know about em. The waves have sucked latley but hopefully next week we'll get a storm in.

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    Cupecoy is sick. Period. But breaks VERY rarely, well, couple times a month in winter it's really worth a paddle. A few times a year it is epic. Better have a quick board though, it's a pretty fast, hollow wave when it's good.
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    wow. i posted this back over a year ago! I already found most of the surf spots.

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    Aha, but have you been to the bay in between pointe blanche and guana bay? Bit of a hike, but when the wind and swell co-operate its pretty good. And more consistent than most spots on the island.
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