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Bermuda Surf Reports and Surf Forecasts

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Conditions Summary
 Grape bay
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1.5ft 9secs 133° 11mph WSW - Cross/offshore - 242°
 Hamilton
 
2ft 5secs 302° 11mph WSW - Cross shore - 242°
 Hungry bay
Grey Star
1.5ft 9secs 133° 11mph WSW - Cross shore - 242°
 Southlands
Grey Star
1.5ft 9secs 133° 11mph WSW - Cross shore - 242°
 Tucks
Star
1.5ft 10secs 129° 11mph WSW - Cross/offshore - 252°
Add a New Surf SpotRegional Overview
Bermuda's 300 subtropical islands, located 900 miles out from the USA in the Atlantic should provide the region with great surf. However fringing reefs and fickle winds conspire to make this a consistent but less than perfect location with swells. Hungry Bay is the most consistent spot on islands with the highest quality waves arriving during the hurricane season, from August to November. The islands' south shores can have surf all year including winter with the north working best in winter or early spring. However, these north facing reefbreaks require boat access as they are isolated from main island. The Gulf Stream warms the islands' waters with a winter low and a summer high of 19-27°C or 66-81°F.
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Local News
News Image Jamie Sterling Takes Top Honours at Nelscott Reef Big Wave Classic
JAMIE Sterling wins Nelscott Reef Big Wave Classic on Lincoln City, Oregon on February 2nd 2013.
News Image Nelscott Reef Big Wave Classic is Go
NELSCOTT Reef Big Wave Classic is go for Saturday, February 2nd
News Image Oregon Season First
OREGON'S hardy gathered to welcome the first throw of the North Pacific winter.
News Image 20:20 Nelscott
NPAC wakes up after all that hoopla about being flat with Nelscott Reef throwing up a day of 20ft surf for the locals.
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