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Sumatra + Mentawais Surf Reports and Surf Forecasts

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Conditions Summary
 Afulu
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5ft 16secs 197° 3mph SSW - Onshore - 196°
 Asu
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5ft 16secs 194° 0mph WSW - Cross/onshore - 247°
 Bawa
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5.5ft 16secs 196° 0mph WSW - Cross/onshore - 247°
 Hiliduha
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4ft 16secs 197° 2mph NE - Offshore - 38°
 Hiliduha / Dipi
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4.5ft 16secs 198° 2mph NNW - Offshore - 344°
 Hilisataro
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4.5ft 16secs 198° 2mph NNW - Offshore - 344°
 Lagundri Bay - Indicators
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5.5ft 16secs 196° 3mph WNW - Offshore - 303°
Add a New Surf SpotRegional Overview
In season between April and October when swell swinging up from the Roaring 40s and Howling 50s march south-west across the Indian Ocean and the light trade winds blow from the south-east. Even during the off season when the trade winds switch to west and north-west there are still classic waves to be had and the swells are still regular. Sea temperatures remain steady at around 28°C or 82°F. Nias was the first wave to be discovered in 1975 by Australian surfers and undoubtedly remains the most famous.
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Local News
News Image NY Beach Relief - Hurricane Sandy
PLEASE help the New York Beach Relief from Hurricane Sandy
News Image Brutal conditions don't stop paddlers from raising over $325K for children with Autism & the Environ
THE 6th annual SEAPaddleNYC on August 17, 2012 in Manhattan was a huge success despite 20+ Mph headwinds, oppressive heat, and grueling currents.
News Image Brutal conditions don't stop paddlers from raising over $325K for children with Autism & the Environ
THE 6th annual SEAPaddleNYC on August 17, 2012 in Manhattan was a huge success despite 20+ Mph headwinds, oppressive heat, and grueling currents.
News Image Leslie Shootout III
IT'S official Leslie was the funnest swell for the nooks and crannies since the last one.
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