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Germany + Denmark Surf Reports and Surf Forecasts

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Conditions Summary
 Agger
Star
3ft 6secs 225° 9mph SSE - Cross/offshore - 158°
 Bunkers
Star
3ft 6secs 225° 8mph SSE - Cross/offshore - 159°
 Gillelje Havn
 
0.5ft 3secs 266° 5mph S - Offshore - 170°
 Hanstholm
 
2ft 7secs 222° 8mph SSE - Offshore - 159°
 Hundested Strand
 
0ft 0secs 0° 7mph SSE - Offshore - 165°
 Hvide Sande
Star
2.5ft 6secs 233° 11mph SE - Offshore - 141°
 Klitmøller
 
2ft 7secs 222° 8mph SSE - Offshore - 159°
Add a New Surf SpotRegional Overview
The majority of the surf on these west facing coasts is wind swell and suffers in the consequent onshore winds. Having to travel over the shallow North Sea, swells hitting this coasts are also reduced in power. However they do have swell window which incorporates the occasional long-range groundswell from the north. This doesn't stop both countries having a well established surfing community. Spots on Germany's coast have been regularly surfed since the 1970s and Denmark's since the mid '80s. Water quality isn't great due to industrial activity but it is improving slowly.
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