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Dingle Peninsula Surfing

- Surf Forecast & Surfing Report

Sandy Bay Surf Forecast Scraggane Bay Surf Forecast
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1. Sandy Bay Surf Forecast

2. Scraggane Bay Surf Forecast[TOP]

3. Garywilliam Point Surf Forecast[TOP]

4. Mossies Surf Forecast[TOP]

5. Dumps Surf Forecast[TOP]

6. Stoney Gap Surf Forecast[TOP]

7. Brandon Bay Surf Forecast[TOP]

8. Ballydavid Surf Forecast[TOP]

9. Smerwick Harbour Surf Forecast[TOP]

10. Coumeenole Surf Forecast[TOP]

11. Trabeg or Kinard Surf Forecast[TOP]

12. Annascaul Rivermouth Surf Forecast[TOP]

13. Inch Reefs Surf Forecast[TOP]

14. Inch Strand Surf Forecast[TOP]

15. Tralle Bay Surf Forecast [TOP]




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Inch Strand

Best Swell: SW

Offshore Wind: ENE

Inch Strand in County Kerry is a quite exposed beach break that has pretty consitent surf and can work at any time of the year. The best wind direction is from the east with some shelter here from north winds. Tends to receive a mix of groundswells and windswells and the ideal swell angle is from the southwest. Waves at the beach are both lefts and rights. Best around mid tide.

Annascaul Rivermouth

Best Swell: SW

Offshore Wind: NE

Annascaul Rivermouth in County Kerry is a fairly exposed beach break that has very consistent surf and works all around the year. Offshore winds blow from the northeast with some shelter here from north winds. Tends to receive a mix of groundswells and windswells and the best swell direction is from the southwest. Waves at the beach break both left and right. Surfable at all stages of the tide. It's sometimes crowded here. Take special care here if it gets very crowded.

Ballydavid

Best Swell: N

Offshore Wind: S

Ballydavid in County Kerry is an exposed reef break that only works once in a while. Summer in particular tends to be flat. Offshore winds blow from the south. Windswells and groundswells in equal measure and the ideal swell angle is from the northwest. There is a right hand reef break. The quality of the surf isn't affected by the tide. Take care of rocks in the line up

Brandon Bay

Best Swell: NW

Offshore Wind: SE

Brandon Bay in County Kerry is an exposed beach break that has pretty consitent surf and can work at any time of the year. The best wind direction is from the southeast. Windswells and groundswells in equal measure and the ideal swell direction is from the northwest. The beach break offers both left and right hand waves. Good surf at all stages of the tide.

Dumps

Best Swell: NW

Offshore Wind: E

Dumps in County Kerry is a quite exposed beach break that has reasonably consistent surf and can work at any time of the year. The best wind direction is from the east. Groundswells and windswells are equally likely and the ideal swell angle is from the northwest. The beach break provides left and right handers. When it's working here, it can get crowded.

Inch Reefs

Best Swell: SW

Offshore Wind: NE

Inch Reefs in County Kerry is a quite exposed point break that has pretty consitent surf and can work at any time of the year. Ideal winds are from the northeast with some shelter here from north winds. Waves just as likely from local windswells as from distant groundswells and the best swell direction is from the southwest. No beach break here Best around low tide. Sometimes crowded. Watch out for dangerous rips.

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