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 Dangers, reef

South Africa, Cape Town

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Datum: WGS84 [ Auxílio ]
Precisão: Aproximadamente

Histórico GPS (1)

Latitude: 34° 7.326' S
Longitude: 18° 27.387' E

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Coming from Muizenburg:follow the main road past Muizenburg.Keep driving until you get past S.t James train station.As you get passed the station there is a parking spot on the left.Can't miss it.Coming from Fish Hoek:Follow main road passed Kalk Bay.Theres a parking spot on the right with a tennis court next to it.Can't miss it.

English (Traduzir este texto em Português): Coming from Muizenburg:follow the main road past Muizenburg.Keep driving until you get past S.t James train station.As you get passed the station there is a parking spot on the left.Can't miss it.Coming from Fish Hoek:Follow main road passed Kalk Bay.Theres a parking spot on the right with a tennis court next to it.Can't miss it.

English (Traduzir este texto em Português): Coming from Muizenburg:follow the main road past Muizenburg.Keep driving until you get past S.t James train station.As you get passed the station there is a parking spot on the left.Can't miss it.Coming from Fish Hoek:Follow main road passed Kalk Bay.Theres a parking spot on the right with a tennis court next to it.Can't miss it.

English (Traduzir este texto em Português): Coming from Muizenburg:follow the main road past Muizenburg.Keep driving until you get past S.t James train station.As you get passed the station there is a parking spot on the left.Can't miss it.Coming from Fish Hoek:Follow main road passed Kalk Bay.Theres a parking spot on the right with a tennis court next to it.Can't miss it.

DistânciaNa cidade

CaminhadaAcesso directo (< 5min)

Fácil de encontrar?Fácil de encontrar

Acesso público?Acesso público

Acesso especialNão sei

 Características do spot de surf

Qualidade do spot

Qualidade das ondasNormal

ExperiênciaTodos os surfistas

FrequênciaFunciona com frequência

Onda

TipoRecife de rocas

DirecçãoDireita e esquerda

FundoRochas planas

PotênciaOca, Divertida

Comprimento normalCurta (< 50m)

Comprimento máximoNormal (50 a 150m)

Marés, Ondas e vento

Direcção da ressacaSudoeste, Sul

Direcção do ventoNorte, Noroeste, Noroeste

Tamanho da ressacaComeça em 2m-2.5m / 6ft-8ft e vai até 4m+ / 12ft

Condição da maréMaré média e maré alta

Movimento da maréMaré crescente

Mais detalhes

Cheio durante a semanaNinguém

Cheio no fim de semanaAlguns surfistas

Link Webcam 

Perigos

- Ouriços
- Correntezas/Ressacas
- Rochas
- Tubarões

 Informações suplementares

The wave has two directions two it. The left, which works on any swell above 2m and the right, which tends to only work on massive swell. Both directions have their uses. The left is a hollow takeoff into a hollow, but soft, barrel section, followed by a decently long ride, as long as their is decent swell and offshore winds. Unlike the right, the left is extremely vulnerable to the wind and incorrect wind will often lead to a quick takeoff, followed by closeouts and white water.

The right only tends to work on larger swell. When a wave comes over the right side of the reef, it provides a fast takeoff down the wave, which is nowhere near as hollow as the left and therefore, is less prone to closeouts. The wave is ridden right off the reef, along the sand bottomed area of the wave, which is opposite the beach and can be ridden for much longer than the left.

The reef itself is just a bunch of flat rocks, covered in kelp and redbait. The reef is really shallow and causes the wave to suck up really fast, causing the right and left takeoffs to have a large gap between them. On a big day, you can take a small beating if you take off really deep on the reef and go over the falls, but otherwise, the wave is a teddy bear.

The reef is also only surfable on a rising to high tide, as too low of a tide will cause you too ding your board or cause the wave too suck up too fast.

English (Traduzir este texto em Português): The wave has two directions two it. The left, which works on any swell above 2m and the right, which tends to only work on massive swell. Both directions have their uses. The left is a hollow takeoff into a hollow, but soft, barrel section, followed by a decently long ride, as long as their is decent swell and offshore winds. Unlike the right, the left is extremely vulnerable to the wind and incorrect wind will often lead to a quick takeoff, followed by closeouts and white water.

The right only tends to work on larger swell. When a wave comes over the right side of the reef, it provides a fast takeoff down the wave, which is nowhere near as hollow as the left and therefore, is less prone to closeouts. The wave is ridden right off the reef, along the sand bottomed area of the wave, which is opposite the beach and can be ridden for much longer than the left.

The reef itself is just a bunch of flat rocks, covered in kelp and redbait. The reef is really shallow and causes the wave to suck up really fast, causing the right and left takeoffs to have a large gap between them. On a big day, you can take a small beating if you take off really deep on the reef and go over the falls, but otherwise, the wave is a teddy bear.

The reef is also only surfable on a rising to high tide, as too low of a tide will cause you too ding your board or cause the wave too suck up too fast.

English (Traduzir este texto em Português): The wave has two directions two it. The left, which works on any swell above 2m and the right, which tends to only work on massive swell. Both directions have their uses. The left is a hollow takeoff into a hollow, but soft, barrel section, followed by a decently long ride, as long as their is decent swell and offshore winds. Unlike the right, the left is extremely vulnerable to the wind and incorrect wind will often lead to a quick takeoff, followed by closeouts and white water.

The right only tends to work on larger swell. When a wave comes over the right side of the reef, it provides a fast takeoff down the wave, which is nowhere near as hollow as the left and therefore, is less prone to closeouts. The wave is ridden right off the reef, along the sand bottomed area of the wave, which is opposite the beach and can be ridden for much longer than the left.

The reef itself is just a bunch of flat rocks, covered in kelp and redbait. The reef is really shallow and causes the wave to suck up really fast, causing the right and left takeoffs to have a large gap between them. On a big day, you can take a small beating if you take off really deep on the reef and go over the falls, but otherwise, the wave is a teddy bear.

The reef is also only surfable on a rising to high tide, as too low of a tide will cause you too ding your board or cause the wave too suck up too fast.

English (Traduzir este texto em Português): The wave has two directions two it. The left, which works on any swell above 2m and the right, which tends to only work on massive swell. Both directions have their uses. The left is a hollow takeoff into a hollow, but soft, barrel section, followed by a decently long ride, as long as their is decent swell and offshore winds. Unlike the right, the left is extremely vulnerable to the wind and incorrect wind will often lead to a quick takeoff, followed by closeouts and white water.

The right only tends to work on larger swell. When a wave comes over the right side of the reef, it provides a fast takeoff down the wave, which is nowhere near as hollow as the left and therefore, is less prone to closeouts. The wave is ridden right off the reef, along the sand bottomed area of the wave, which is opposite the beach and can be ridden for much longer than the left.

The reef itself is just a bunch of flat rocks, covered in kelp and redbait. The reef is really shallow and causes the wave to suck up really fast, causing the right and left takeoffs to have a large gap between them. On a big day, you can take a small beating if you take off really deep on the reef and go over the falls, but otherwise, the wave is a teddy bear.

The reef is also only surfable on a rising to high tide, as too low of a tide will cause you too ding your board or cause the wave too suck up too fast.

Ambiente

Due too it rarely breaking perfectly and an abundance of surf spots in the area, dangers is not heavily surfed. However, if its working, their will be people out. Their is no localism on the reef and there is not a real serious asshole problem.

The beach inwhich Dangers Reef is situated, Dangers Beach, is notorious for its sometimes strong riptide. The rip its self is far away from the reef and is also easy to get out of by paddling parallel to the shoreline. You will not experience any rips around the reef.

During summertime, lifeguards are placed on the beach.

English (Traduzir este texto em Português): Due too it rarely breaking perfectly and an abundance of surf spots in the area, dangers is not heavily surfed. However, if its working, their will be people out. Their is no localism on the reef and there is not a real serious asshole problem.

The beach inwhich Dangers Reef is situated, Dangers Beach, is notorious for its sometimes strong riptide. The rip its self is far away from the reef and is also easy to get out of by paddling parallel to the shoreline. You will not experience any rips around the reef.

During summertime, lifeguards are placed on the beach.

English (Traduzir este texto em Português): Due too it rarely breaking perfectly and an abundance of surf spots in the area, dangers is not heavily surfed. However, if its working, their will be people out. Their is no localism on the reef and there is not a real serious asshole problem.

The beach inwhich Dangers Reef is situated, Dangers Beach, is notorious for its sometimes strong riptide. The rip its self is far away from the reef and is also easy to get out of by paddling parallel to the shoreline. You will not experience any rips around the reef.

During summertime, lifeguards are placed on the beach.

English (Traduzir este texto em Português): Due too it rarely breaking perfectly and an abundance of surf spots in the area, dangers is not heavily surfed. However, if its working, their will be people out. Their is no localism on the reef and there is not a real serious asshole problem.

The beach inwhich Dangers Reef is situated, Dangers Beach, is notorious for its sometimes strong riptide. The rip its self is far away from the reef and is also easy to get out of by paddling parallel to the shoreline. You will not experience any rips around the reef.

During summertime, lifeguards are placed on the beach.

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