Quarantine/Corsair

Quarantine/Corsair

Mornington Peninsula, Victoria, Australia

Official Rating

User Rating

Difficulty 7

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Break frequency 5

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180 days a year

Fast Wave

Wave Direction

Swell Direction

3.0m - 3.5m Swell

Wind Direction

Tide

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general information

An awesome lefthander breaking over a sand bar at the end of Point Nepean, access is difficult and can only be done legally by boat, or you can try and sneak through the old army base for the long trek on foot but don't get caught!! This spot is often busy as when it's on it is most likely the only place working and the locals guard it closely. It's a fast and hollow wave that can dish out the whoopings to the inexperienced and the currents here can be horrendous. Check it in huge southwest swells and southeast winds.

Wave length

100-200m

Share with

21-49

Best months

March - October

Equipment

Body Board, Short board, Long board

Wave type

Fast

Access

Standard Paddle, Long Walk, Boat/Jet Ski

Hazards

Rips

5 Day Forecast

5 day forecast not available.

Air - Sea - Swell - Wind

  • 3/2 steamer
  • 4/3 steamer
  • 4/3 steamer
  • 4/3 steamer

SE

SE

1M / F4

SW

W

2M / F6

SW

W

3M / F6

SW

W

1M / F6

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