Angola

Wednesday, 11 September 2013

You'll be excused for confusing this wave with Skeleton Bay which is located in the country of Namibia, it soon becomes clear that this really is an entirely different wave. The guys you see surfing it found it whilst driving down the coast of Angola (Namibia's northern neighbour). While there's speculation over it being a "new" discovery, it's certainly one of the longest waves we've seen in awhile. 


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