Picture-perfect Caribbean dream wave that peels alluringly into the sunset-facing bay that is usually a haunt for chartered yachts. Appearances can be deceptive as the throaty barrels at the tip of the point hit the numerous coral heads, then race down the line to the inside bowl section, before shouldering off into deep water. There are no easy ones and since it only breaks maybe 20-30 days a year, the locals are as hungry as the Gillette coral. Any NE-E wind is offshore (SE messes it up) and tide isn’t a problem, rather it’s timing a NW-NE swell that is big enough to make the hairpin journey around the island to the bay. Due E swell has it's power sapped by Anegada.
Threat of wave-killing breakwall to protect ill-conceived fuel dock ongoing.