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 pizza I’ve ever had. While that is an extremely difficult question to answer on so many levels. However, I can with absolute certainty say that I have now experienced the worst pizza in my entire life ever at English Pub last night which unfortunately is setting a precedent giving us the worst day for 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 any waves today.
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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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