SURF : Waves
Rolling waves - as
a beginner, you're looking for a wave that breaks gently
or "rolls" at the top. Also called spilling waves.
Pitching waves - are
waves that break quickly from top to bottom are far
more difficult to catch.
Beginner waves are
Waist high or smaller is a good size for the beginner.
Expert waves are anything
head high or above could hurt the novice surfer.
Rip Currents Happens
when water is carried toward shore by waves, it sometimes
gets funneled back to sea in strong currents called
rips. If you get caught in one, paddle parallel to the
beach until you pop out. Don't tire yourself trying
to fight against it. Many surfers use rips to get outside
the breaking waves.
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