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Surfing Cape St. Francis

Listed under Surfing in Eastern Cape, South Africa.

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Right handers. Fairly inconsistent compared with nearby Jeffreys Bay, this area includes Bruce's Beauties and Seal Point, but you’re are more likely to get a wave here than at Jeffreys Bay, if only because on a good day the crowds will be less.

Written by  Ian Wilson.

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