Mainly a left point but on the biggest and cleanest of swells a solid right can also be found at the very end of the point. N swells wrap around the headland, lining up sectioney walls and shoulders that lack a bit of power, however on classic days, it's definitely the longest wave on the island. Better at higher tides.
Often surfable in the strong N winds that blow out the rest of the island so it can get very crowded although the length of the wave will spread the crew. Other nearby reefs are heavily localised and best avoided.