More FUN Wave Sailing Conditions in Nags Head!

Not sure what is up this year, but we have been seeing a lot of SSE/S wind opportunities with strongest conditions north of Oregon Inlet.  I have been out near daily “in town” catching great surf and sail conditions at both Bladen and Enterprise Streets in Nags Head.  Many days were on the Sealion, but a few have been on the standard kit as well!
Yesterday was likely one of the best where a solid surf swell was hitting along with moderate S wind!  I was, as usual, solo on my standard windsurfing kit, though a few surfers were in the lineup enjoying the head+ set peaks and average waist+ action.  Warm water and lots of sun made it one of the best “in town” wavesailing days yet this year.

Though no sailing available in this clip, you can get a glimpse of the surf break and my surprise at seeing one of the bigger sets roll in as soon as I started filming the report!

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More on the not there any more Beach Cottage Wall

Well G’day from sunny Sydney Beach Cottage lovelies!  Wow it’s been a stunner of a day here today.  You’ll be very pleased to learn that I’ve been Muffin Top Reducing this morning by the way of walking by the sea and in the bush…very very nice way to exercise.  I’ve done well this week with [...]

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an interesting discovery and 9 ways to drink more water

Morning beach cottage ladies,I’m having a chat this morning stemming from things we’ve been talking about on Facebook (over here if you want to join us), talking about drinking water and the bottom line being…do you drink enough water, does it give you more energy when you do and the main question seems to be [...]

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More N Wind FUN at Rmp 44 and Introducing the MauiSails 2013 Legend!

Rmp 44 continues to be the hot spot for N to NNE wind with side shore conditions and nice swell/lineup! See the latest action!
photographer: Keith McCulloch
riders: Andy M, Bill B, Martin (killing it!), and Ken A

Fresh new 2013 MauiSails Legend rigged and ready for action!

 and a shot in action!

Interested in the 2012 Legend?!  I will have a 5.3m and 4.5m for sale at killer pricing!  Stay tuned for upcoming post.

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More Ramp 30 Photo Action! (slideshow)

The killer wave sesh last week at Ramp 30 between Waves and Avon was captured in photography by a number of folks on the beach ranging from iPhones to high end cameras.  Here is a nice collection of images captured by Rick Eustis with his higher end camera as a slide show. (click slide show for full screen)
Enjoy!


Just IN, some SUP sailing action at Ramp 30 captured a few days prior to the sub 4.0m blaster seen above! Photos: Rick Eustis

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More Ramp 30 Action Friday!

Friday, SSW winds where kicked into high gear with 4.5m conditions all day! Surf remained relatively small given nearly a week of wrap potential; however, there were some nice bigger sets that rolled though providing some fun late hits on the soft crumblers. We had a large contingent of out of town sailors on the water along with the local crew. It was quite a fun session enjoying textbook Hatteras Bermuda High conditions. Big thunder boomers remained north striking Oregon Inlet and points north; however south of Rodanthe the skies remained clear until evening. Keith and Ken manned the camera and caught these pics!

Full action gallery slidshow

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