Wed 2nd Dec 2009 9:00amPirate Coast Surf House's Banana Point Surf Report

0ft Calm Crossshore wind
Banana Point Surf Report Photo
Being a lover of pizza I often get asked what is the best pie I’ve ever had. While that is an extremely difficult question to answer on so many levels I can, however, say with absolute certainty that I have now experienced the worst pizza in my entire life ever at English Pub last night which unfortunately set the precedent for the worst day of surfing at Banana Beach in recent memory. Just like the baked item I received with virtually nothing resembling anything pizza-like except for being round there is nothing at the beach resembling a rideable wave today. Thou shalt travel to Tamri or Tifnit for waves my brother.
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MSW Forecast
11secs 339°
E - Offshore - 97° Mostly Sunny 20c
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Founded in the Trucial Coast state of Dubai - a notorious pirate stronghold - Pirate Coast Surf Traders have plundered our way around the world and secured a sure foothold along the Barbary Coast of Morocco - from which the feared Sale Rovers ravaged the fleets of Europe - and where amazing right-hand point breaks offer endless opportunities for daring do. From North Africa we pressed further west across the treacherous deep to conquer the graveyard of the Atlantic at Cape Hatteras - where Edward Teach aka Blackbeard met his eventual demise - and where heavy lipped barrels await a hearty carving from our fiberglass rapiers. From these strategic redoubts we specialize in guided adventure surfing excursions to exotic locales - Morocco, Senegal, Liberia, Cote d'ivoire, Ghana, Yemen, Oman, Maldives, Sri Lanka, India, Thailand, Indonesia, Philippines, etc.
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