Kandui Surf Resort Sep 17th surf report
It was smaller this morning, but Rifles still had some overhead waves. It was
pretty glassy too and our new guests that didnâ€™t get to surf it yesterday had a
taste of it today. The winds gradually came up out of the east and conditions
deteriorated until we all retreated back to the resort. But it wasnâ€™t long before
we were out again looking for surf. One boat went to Beng Beng where there were head high sets and it was super clean, one boat went to Ebay where it was about shoulder high and super clean, and the other went to Nipusi where the wind was sideoffshore and sets were still pushing double overhead. It was a good day with everybody getting their fill of waves. There was 4 Bobs in the afternoon for
anybody with any energy. It was shoulder high with just a handful of us out and it
was glassy with the winds dying late. Weâ€™re hoping the swell will hang around
another day before starting to drop off.
Kandui Surf Resort Sep 16th surf report
Our swell was indeed looking bigger this morning. The winds had lightened up, but were still blowing out of the north. There were a few sets going through Rifles
that were double overhead plus. It was a bit inconsistent, but if you were in the
right place at the right time you had yourself a thrill ride of a wave. Big pits!
The winds eventually turned more east and the tide went down, and that was the end of the session at Rifles. There were plenty of waves at John Candyâ€™s and 4 Bobs and Bikiniâ€™s. Around mid afternoon we saw a cloud forming over Siberut and we headed for Nipusi and a wind switch. Sure enough, the winds went north and Nipusi was offshore and clean. All the boats in the area were hanging and hoping at Rifles, but it never happened with those winds. Meanwhile, we were surfing double overhead plus, plus super clean Nipusi. Score! We are expecting smaller surf tomorrow.
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