Every year, surfers eagerly await September and the start of the Atlantic hurricane season. It’s the best time of year for consistent, powerful, quality long distance ground swells to hit our shores, while the warm sea temps allow for a minimum of rubber insulation.
This year however, it’s been a bit of a waiting game, with either flat or tiny waves making appearances on our shores for much of September.
With such slim pickings to choose from, it’s been a tough decision between free ripple riding in the ocean and
spending hard earned cash on trips to the ever consistent Wavegarden. In the end, I settled for a bit of both