Keith's photo of Cape Town

Kalk Bay Reef...super sucky, and super fun.

Average rating of 4.00 from 99 votes

Cape Town

Spot Location: South Africa > South Africa > Cape Town

Date Taken: 27th May 2006. 22867 page views since 21st July 2006.

Swell Rating Primary Swell Secondary Swell Wind (+ Gusts) Weather
16ft 12s 212.32°     9
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RobSan Nov 18, 2009 Rating: 1

for the last time it not crowded. ITs KELP!!

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Grandma Lips Sep 14, 2009 Rating: -1

you are a faggot learn how to not croud up the local lineups with your sponger shit.....

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Sneakybadger Sep 26, 2009 Rating: -2

HAHA, served!

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Bongo138 Sep 21, 2009 Rating: 0

Are you gonna teach him to spell as well or is your class to "crouded"?

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waveplank Aug 6, 2009 Rating: -1

Thanks for giving the poms an Afrikaans lesson, Dark horse! Now we just need to give them a lesson on marine biology and a pair of specs.

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da propa chav Jun 5, 2009 Rating: 1

super sucky, super fun and super crowded!!!!!!lol

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pepijnsurfing Jul 16, 2009 Rating: 0

It's not crowded, as you can see at the posts below, it's Kelp.

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Spongerdudette Apr 22, 2009 Rating: 1

Oh boy, now thats what I call crowded. Thats worst than Fistral, and thats saying something.

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Spongerdudette May 31, 2010 Rating: -1

Opps, can see that it's kelp now...my bad ;p

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DarkHorse Jun 8, 2009 Rating: 1

Sorry to dissapoint you but that is "kelp" in the background, not "kalk" The break is name after Kalk Bay, 'kalk' meaning lime.

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ilovehugereefbreaks May 1, 2009 Rating: 3

You do know that is Kalk, (hence the name of the break) and not people in the background?

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Rollinbarrin Apr 16, 2009 Rating: -1

I was just wondering, what is a good, cheap camera to start out with? I want to make movies of me and my friends bodyboarding. It needs to be able to be watertight at least a little deep. Most of the shots will be shorebreak. Any suggestions? rollinbarrin@gmail.com