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 Tengan Pier

Japan, Okinawa

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Datum: WGS84 [ Aide ]
Précision: Approximatif

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Latitude: 26° 24.269' N
Longitude: 127° 50.915' E

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From the main gate at Camp Courtney, take 329 north approximately 2 miles (3.2 klicks) past the Army fuel dump on your right. Just over the crest you'll see the pier at the base of the hill. Take an immediate right into what looks like a dirt driveway. It's really a parking lot for the surf spot. Walk down past the graves and you're there. If you curve left on the road and the pier's on your immediate right, you've gone too far.

English (Traduisez ce texte en Français): From the main gate at Camp Courtney, take 329 north approximately 2 miles (3.2 klicks) past the Army fuel dump on your right. Just over the crest you'll see the pier at the base of the hill. Take an immediate right into what looks like a dirt driveway. It's really a parking lot for the surf spot. Walk down past the graves and you're there. If you curve left on the road and the pier's on your immediate right, you've gone too far.

English (Traduisez ce texte en Français): From the main gate at Camp Courtney, take 329 north approximately 2 miles (3.2 klicks) past the Army fuel dump on your right. Just over the crest you'll see the pier at the base of the hill. Take an immediate right into what looks like a dirt driveway. It's really a parking lot for the surf spot. Walk down past the graves and you're there. If you curve left on the road and the pier's on your immediate right, you've gone too far.

English (Traduisez ce texte en Français): From the main gate at Camp Courtney, take 329 north approximately 2 miles (3.2 klicks) past the Army fuel dump on your right. Just over the crest you'll see the pier at the base of the hill. Take an immediate right into what looks like a dirt driveway. It's really a parking lot for the surf spot. Walk down past the graves and you're there. If you curve left on the road and the pier's on your immediate right, you've gone too far.

DistanceEn voiture

ApprochePetite marche (5-15 min)

Facile à trouver ?Faut chercher un peu

Accès public ?Accès public

Accès spécialJe ne sais pas

 Caractéristiques du spot de surf

Qualité du spot

Quality des vaguesNormale

ExperienceTous surfeurs

FréquenceMarche de temps en temps

Vague

TypeRécif de corail

DirectionDroite

FondRécif (corail, rochers coupants etc..)

PuissanceOrdinaire

Longueur normaleCourte (< 50m)

Longueur max.Longue (150 à 300 m)

Marées, houle et vent

Direction de la houleOuest

Direction du ventOuest, Sud-ouest, Sud

Taille de la houleCommence à marcher à 1.5m-2m /5ft-6ft et tient jusqu'à

Condition de marée

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Dangers

- Oursins
- Rochers

 Informations supplémentaires

Park your car in the dirt lot (if it's a good day you'll have trouble finding a spot). This is definitely a shortboard wave but a good longboarder can still hold his own. The wave can break 100-200 meters out, so it's recommended to wear neoprene boots to walk across the coral unless you plan on paddling a heck of a lot. If you paddle out, be careful. It's shallow enough that I've gotten urchin spiks in my thumb. It breaks right starting at the point. The point is usually where the wave breaks best, but it's also the shallowest.

English (Traduisez ce texte en Français): Park your car in the dirt lot (if it's a good day you'll have trouble finding a spot). This is definitely a shortboard wave but a good longboarder can still hold his own. The wave can break 100-200 meters out, so it's recommended to wear neoprene boots to walk across the coral unless you plan on paddling a heck of a lot. If you paddle out, be careful. It's shallow enough that I've gotten urchin spiks in my thumb. It breaks right starting at the point. The point is usually where the wave breaks best, but it's also the shallowest.

English (Traduisez ce texte en Français): Park your car in the dirt lot (if it's a good day you'll have trouble finding a spot). This is definitely a shortboard wave but a good longboarder can still hold his own. The wave can break 100-200 meters out, so it's recommended to wear neoprene boots to walk across the coral unless you plan on paddling a heck of a lot. If you paddle out, be careful. It's shallow enough that I've gotten urchin spiks in my thumb. It breaks right starting at the point. The point is usually where the wave breaks best, but it's also the shallowest.

English (Traduisez ce texte en Français): Park your car in the dirt lot (if it's a good day you'll have trouble finding a spot). This is definitely a shortboard wave but a good longboarder can still hold his own. The wave can break 100-200 meters out, so it's recommended to wear neoprene boots to walk across the coral unless you plan on paddling a heck of a lot. If you paddle out, be careful. It's shallow enough that I've gotten urchin spiks in my thumb. It breaks right starting at the point. The point is usually where the wave breaks best, but it's also the shallowest.

Atmosphère

The atmosphere is laid back. The Okinawans are very chill, and localism is not a problem. A good word to remember is "Gomennesai" in case you drop in on one of their rides. It's Japanese for "Sorry."

English (Traduisez ce texte en Français): The atmosphere is laid back. The Okinawans are very chill, and localism is not a problem. A good word to remember is "Gomennesai" in case you drop in on one of their rides. It's Japanese for "Sorry."

English (Traduisez ce texte en Français): The atmosphere is laid back. The Okinawans are very chill, and localism is not a problem. A good word to remember is "Gomennesai" in case you drop in on one of their rides. It's Japanese for "Sorry."

English (Traduisez ce texte en Français): The atmosphere is laid back. The Okinawans are very chill, and localism is not a problem. A good word to remember is "Gomennesai" in case you drop in on one of their rides. It's Japanese for "Sorry."

Général

This spot breaks rare. The picture was taken 48 hours before a typhoon hit in June. Most days I've cruised by it it's flat, but the rare times it breaks, you're bound to have some good rides. The Okinawans have eyes all over the island and know where the break is on any given day. The best thing to do is learn some Japanese, get to know a local surfer, and get yourself put on the phone list to receive the latest surf report. This spot doesn't break as often as Sunabe, but when it's on, the wave quality is the best I've seen on the island.

English (Traduisez ce texte en Français): This spot breaks rare. The picture was taken 48 hours before a typhoon hit in June. Most days I've cruised by it it's flat, but the rare times it breaks, you're bound to have some good rides. The Okinawans have eyes all over the island and know where the break is on any given day. The best thing to do is learn some Japanese, get to know a local surfer, and get yourself put on the phone list to receive the latest surf report. This spot doesn't break as often as Sunabe, but when it's on, the wave quality is the best I've seen on the island.

English (Traduisez ce texte en Français): This spot breaks rare. The picture was taken 48 hours before a typhoon hit in June. Most days I've cruised by it it's flat, but the rare times it breaks, you're bound to have some good rides. The Okinawans have eyes all over the island and know where the break is on any given day. The best thing to do is learn some Japanese, get to know a local surfer, and get yourself put on the phone list to receive the latest surf report. This spot doesn't break as often as Sunabe, but when it's on, the wave quality is the best I've seen on the island.

English (Traduisez ce texte en Français): This spot breaks rare. The picture was taken 48 hours before a typhoon hit in June. Most days I've cruised by it it's flat, but the rare times it breaks, you're bound to have some good rides. The Okinawans have eyes all over the island and know where the break is on any given day. The best thing to do is learn some Japanese, get to know a local surfer, and get yourself put on the phone list to receive the latest surf report. This spot doesn't break as often as Sunabe, but when it's on, the wave quality is the best I've seen on the island.

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De southamericabboarder , 24-05-2005

love to go to japan - ooooh my if i can go to japan...love that country...and have nices waves too, sucks to be in south america and dont have enough money =S

De anonymous , 18-04-2005

Rareley Good - Tengan gets real good maybe 10 times a year and when it does it is chock full of people. The only swell it will break on is a East swell and it's gotta be a big typhoon driven swell.

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