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Surf's up in Mayo 5 months 5 days ago #12417

  • MICHAEL CARROLL
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12.5m waves with a 20 second period delivering 91490kjs of energy ( at the recent surf session at Malahide we had 450kjs of energy delivered by the waves) forecast for north Mayo coast Tue night and Wed morning. Love to see that bashing into the cliffs along the Ballycastle coastline.
Imagine if you could harness that kind of energy!
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Surf's up in Mayo 5 months 4 days ago #12418

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Happy to do the photography if you going out Mick ;)
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Surf's up in Mayo 5 months 3 days ago #12420

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I wonder if it anything like this? Malin Head yesterday
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Surf's up in Mayo 5 months 3 days ago #12421

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Mother of God!! I feel sorry for the owner of that little thatched cottage.
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Surf's up in Mayo 5 months 2 days ago #12428

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Yes, that photo just made renewing their flood insurance nigh on impossible!
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