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Surf observations and forecast
By Alex Espir
From Innocent Surf School

The change into the wet season has brought with it some big old swells. Coupled with storms and unusually high periods of rain, the conditions haven’t been great here at Guiones. All the large storm swells passing through Guiones completely changed the profile of the beach, pulling a lot of the sand from the beach offshore thus really affecting wave quality. As the swells died down we returned to smaller, cleaner wave conditions. The small waves pushed the sand back towards to the nearshore beach. The swells cleaned up and given us what we are used to. Although the rainstorms still prevailed, waves were getting better. The south pacific is obviously very active. We should see frequent large overhead swells consistently passing through over the next few months.


 

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Water quality at Playa Guiones for surfers, the Banda Azul and all our wet season rain

For the 6th year running, Playa Guiones has received its Blue Flag award, certifying the beach and surrounded area ecologically sound with clean safe waters. Which means for us surfers and water users alike, we have healthy waters that don't pose a risk to our health plus an ecologically sound surrounding area. But is this true always under rainstorms, floods and storms? More >

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