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Understanding Waves Size & Surf Reports - Surfing Tutorials

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  • Samuel Zamora 2 years ago

    Yeah! so complete and clear. Good teacher

  • JB Martinez 2 years ago

    That was well-explained! Cheers mate! 

  • Clifford 2 years ago

    Does it matter whether tide is getting higher or getting lower? I always
    hear that high tide is at (blank) time and low tide is at (blank) time. But
    what is the influence on waves whether the tide is going out versus coming
    in. For example, if tide is 2 ft and approaching high tide, will the waves
    be the same if the tide is 2 ft and falling? Thanks guys!!

  • Triiiop 2 years ago

    A+ stuff. I have a pretty good understanding of meteorology but when it
    comes to shore/bottom interaction I’m lost. Do you all have any insight on
    how to get a feel for the way the swell wraps around coastal features? I
    know that the wrapping effect coupled with bathymetry can sort of magnify
    waves at certain breaks. It seems pretty hard to predict beyond just
    learning your local break from past experiences. Surfline has the LOLA
    nearshore model, but its only for limited locations.

  • Marvin Rafael Solis 2 years ago

    Excellent explanaiton guys! Keep up the good work, your guys’ channel is
    one of my favorites! Saludos desde Nicaragua !
    PURA VIDA MAJE !

  • Todd Tracy 2 years ago

    I surf NSB, FL so this was great! Thanks for the info and making me a
    better surfer!!

  • Maria Silva 2 years ago

    Always wanted to have those infos. Thanks!!

  • Kingdingaling 2 years ago

    Awesome video series. Thnx for putting these out there

  • Andrew Stevens 2 years ago

    Well done. I’m from Australia and this information is not given to those
    starting out and as commented it takes them years to work it out. Looking
    forward to watching the rest of your stuff

  • John Daivitson 2 years ago

    I love your videos, but I have a problem getting a good trun, ( I’m about
    the sizes of Atūa 97 pounds )

  • 1k1ngst0n 2 years ago

    This is a great explanation of something that took me years to figure out
    on my own. Excellent!!

  • Fernando Meneses 2 years ago

    Owww and the wind?

  • Samantha Helm 2 years ago

    You killed it on that !!! Sooo helpful! 

  • Clifford 2 years ago

    Really great vid. Haven’t seen anyone else put up a vid to describe this
    stuff. That’s why I subscribe to surf coaches!

  • Max Frederick 2 years ago

    awesome job! thanks for the wealth of information

  • Marco Bettega 2 years ago

    Thank you !!!!!

  • 陳源鑫 2 years ago

    nice video ! 

  • Surf Coaches 2 years ago
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Understanding Waves Size & Surf Reports - Surfing Tutorials

http://surfcoaches.com/ – Free 5 Day Surfing Video Course http://surfcoachesmag.com/?feed=podcast – Surf Coaches PodCast This video talks about how to interp…

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18 Comments

  • Samuel Zamora 2 years ago

    Yeah! so complete and clear. Good teacher

  • JB Martinez 2 years ago

    That was well-explained! Cheers mate! 

  • Clifford 2 years ago

    Does it matter whether tide is getting higher or getting lower? I always
    hear that high tide is at (blank) time and low tide is at (blank) time. But
    what is the influence on waves whether the tide is going out versus coming
    in. For example, if tide is 2 ft and approaching high tide, will the waves
    be the same if the tide is 2 ft and falling? Thanks guys!!

  • Triiiop 2 years ago

    A+ stuff. I have a pretty good understanding of meteorology but when it
    comes to shore/bottom interaction I’m lost. Do you all have any insight on
    how to get a feel for the way the swell wraps around coastal features? I
    know that the wrapping effect coupled with bathymetry can sort of magnify
    waves at certain breaks. It seems pretty hard to predict beyond just
    learning your local break from past experiences. Surfline has the LOLA
    nearshore model, but its only for limited locations.

  • Marvin Rafael Solis 2 years ago

    Excellent explanaiton guys! Keep up the good work, your guys’ channel is
    one of my favorites! Saludos desde Nicaragua !
    PURA VIDA MAJE !

  • Todd Tracy 2 years ago

    I surf NSB, FL so this was great! Thanks for the info and making me a
    better surfer!!

  • Maria Silva 2 years ago

    Always wanted to have those infos. Thanks!!

  • Kingdingaling 2 years ago

    Awesome video series. Thnx for putting these out there

  • Andrew Stevens 2 years ago

    Well done. I’m from Australia and this information is not given to those
    starting out and as commented it takes them years to work it out. Looking
    forward to watching the rest of your stuff

  • John Daivitson 2 years ago

    I love your videos, but I have a problem getting a good trun, ( I’m about
    the sizes of Atūa 97 pounds )

  • 1k1ngst0n 2 years ago

    This is a great explanation of something that took me years to figure out
    on my own. Excellent!!

  • Fernando Meneses 2 years ago

    Owww and the wind?

  • Samantha Helm 2 years ago

    You killed it on that !!! Sooo helpful! 

  • Clifford 2 years ago

    Really great vid. Haven’t seen anyone else put up a vid to describe this
    stuff. That’s why I subscribe to surf coaches!

  • Max Frederick 2 years ago

    awesome job! thanks for the wealth of information

  • Marco Bettega 2 years ago

    Thank you !!!!!

  • 陳源鑫 2 years ago

    nice video ! 

  • Surf Coaches 2 years ago