Kwajalein
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Difficulty 4

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Break frequency 3

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108 days a year

Standard Wave

Wave Direction

Swell Direction

1.5m - 2.0m Swell

Wind Direction

Tide

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Username: Cthulhu

Date created: 08/02/2009

recommended board

general information

Also known as North Pass, this break is on the north east of the Island, best reached by boat if you have one at your disposal or the end of he road as far as the strip goes up from town.

A bike will get you here with a bit of bashing. The break here has a narrow field for swell reception to the NE but anything with an N to E component will wrap around the headland into the lagoon quite nicely.

Protected from onshores around the headland as wel. Be wary of the reef here, nasty living coral that should be scraped and cleaned out if you make contact with your flesh.

A nice workable right hander with barrel / fade / wall sections a plenty.

Wave length

100-200m

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solo

Best months

November - March

Equipment

Short board

Wave type

Standard

Access

Standard Paddle, Boat/Jet Ski

Hazards

Reef/Rock, Very Isolated

5 Day Forecast

5 day forecast not available.

Air - Sea - Swell - Wind

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RIBALLE
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Posts: 7
Joined: 16-02-2009
Rank: Cabin Boy
over 12 years ago
NOT NORTH PASS
I am trying to figure out who came up with these spots and a few of the names, this is not North Pass this is Ninji, North Pass is off of Roi further North. The spots you named with the given names of the atolls I'll give to you but they do have other names, as far as few of the others I quess you made the names up yourself. I have been to all the places you mention with the exception of the place you call Cenobites (looks like a fun left will be making a trip there shortly) all the places you mention have been surfed since 2001 when I arrived and there have been others, a Canadian lived for years in the outer islands and from my understanding surfed his brains out and is the true pioneer of the area). Maybe check with the locals next time prior to trying to name a spot.

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