Killiney getting battered... boards???
The Anvil Jan 26, 2010 Rating: 0
did ye get in and make it back out?!
lambepj Dec 30, 2009 Rating: -1
I found a Camera in a Wicklow surf spot recently so if anyone owns it make a comment.
lambepj Jan 28, 2010 Rating: 0
robE Jan 14, 2010 Rating: 2
I was surfing with a guy (don't remember his name) from east coast surf club who lost a decent camera a few weeks ago in MM - if its a good camera you could try ringing east coast surf club?
grandfield Dec 3, 2009 Rating: 0
where and when ........ haha, only joking, i dont give a shit where this mush is.
johnnycarew Nov 30, 2009 Rating: -2
traboys it was a northerly storm, how then did it have to pass tramore?!?!
johnnycarew Nov 30, 2009 Rating: 0
traboys it was a northerly storm, how then did it have to pass tramore?!?!nice pic stanley!ha
K-Town King Nov 30, 2009 Rating: -2
sick photo! I was up at whiterock that day! wasnt half bad! the wrap around swell worked quite well and was quite clean conditions considered!
Portpipe Nov 30, 2009 Rating: 0
that would be great craic on the sponge
traboys Nov 30, 2009 Rating: -1
This where your man was rescued?
K-Town King Dec 26, 2009 Rating: 2
traboy you have no idea what youre talkin about just leave it out!
traboys Dec 4, 2009 Rating: -3
This convo has already ended! Why would you post somthing again?
grandfield Dec 4, 2009 Rating: 1
traboys, i think you are missing a vital piece of info: there are 3 scales for measuring wave size, Hawaiian scale, regular scale and dub scale.
jimbob Dec 3, 2009 Rating: 0
oh yes, im off to the east coast next big swell to get these big waves, we have no sheltered spots in the west coast and cant surf everyday except for storm force.. Damit damit damit to hell.....
traboys Dec 2, 2009 Rating: -1
Oh! Just never tought there was waves past the courtown area! No bother man
conman78 Dec 2, 2009 Rating: -1
Ah don't be getting flustered! Main beach in Killiney gets much bigger waves than other beaches in the general area whenever there is a strong north easterly. Gradient of the beach is steep (unlike Tramore & most south or west beaches), there are 2-3 channels that run parallel to the beach. The waves just tend to jack up and then break. No one is saying its epic, it's just big & heavy with onshore winds too! Seeing is believing, any N/NE or E winds over 35 mph..drive up and see for yourself.
traboys Dec 1, 2009 Rating: 2
So if you surf dublin all the time,wouldnt ya think id know more about this than you? And Dont give a crap u and your buddies rating my comment up there! Ye all no its true!
K-Town King Dec 1, 2009 Rating: 0
man i surf here a lot and i have seen many a day when a 6 foot plus swell has formed between ireland and england! damn its as messy as 2nd year disco and the period is like 2 and a half seconds but still definitely 6 feet!
traboys Dec 1, 2009 Rating: -5
Unless a swell big enough is gona form in between ireland and england,and be 6ft+. i dont think so! Sorry! Ask Conor Power if you dont believe me! We have been looking into this for years!
K-Town King Nov 30, 2009 Rating: 1
i was comin for northeast so it woulda missed tramore i reckon!
traboys Nov 30, 2009 Rating: 0
Not a hope of it been 6ft+ when tramore was about 3ft! The swell has to go through tramore before it reachs up there! Unless tramore was 8ft blown out! which it wasnt! so im saying 2ft max
conman78 Nov 30, 2009 Rating: 1
Nah, he was out in Dublin bay itself beside the pier at Dun Laoghaire. Was stormy but few nice (nice for east coast before its picked up on) lefts bout 6ft+ at times on the main beach, 2-4ft in the sheltered part. Got better on the low tide there.
got no life Nov 30, 2009 Rating: 0
nice picture but the guys standing are retarded y would u put on a wetsuit to get worked on shore break, go home
Stingray...Stingray! Nov 30, 2009 Rating: 0
Looks awfull, surfing nightmare! Great shot though, portrays the storm well.
3dmetric Nov 30, 2009 Rating: -2