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Surfing Deserts Point

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Deserts Point is a left reef break with a strong current side sweep, best surfed with a boat charter or rubber ducky. A longer board is needed - it's a powerful wave.

Warm water means you can wear your board shorts all year round. Best at about eight feet high.

Written by  Merrick Davis.

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“I rate it no.1”

Desert Point has been rated by many pro surfers and my self as no. 1 in the world being that there’s no Hotels on the beach yet, just the locals and as it say’s Desert point “Barron” and it’s the best set up for surfing it start out round the point and … Read more...

Written by  Colin Ross.

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Great Wave!!! Every surfer should see! Unbelievable....

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