Yes, first post, but I've been lurking in here for several posts.
Sorry I don't have a vlog or a blog you can give me money
for, so instead, every time I post anything anywhere, please just send $1,000.
If you've been to the Bahamas
, and I think a lot of you have - - is it possible to sail to them in the winter months, then use the boat as a surf base?
I don't sail much, I do surf much, and I live on a beach with the ICW
just on the other side of our barrier island.
Winter here absolutely sucks. Always has. 40F water
temps and NE winds.
But as my kids
are de-nesting, I think I could break out 3-4 months down that way, tooling around, looking for waves.
So... (and I've scoured the internet
, there are charters, but no one has a good surf report on the islands.)
Not looking for anything big, I know it's not Chopes, but nice longboard waves? What have you seen? Have anyone tried this? Do you have leads/links for me please?
What do you think? Is there enough swell to find a spot, ride it for a few weeks, move on?
It's got all the makings -- open to deep ocean, gets shallow quickly, steady trade
winds, variable features on the shorelines.... but there is very little info.