Never been but imagine if 10 went out at reef I would be pretty bummed even if friends.....Drumsurf said:What did you like? What did you hate? Would you go again?
About to reserve a boat for group of 10 for summer 2020. Group consists of my friends and some of our 16 year old sons.
Yes crowded but when I do make it to Indo if I do I well not be bringing my own crowd and most likely traveling with wife and be surfing solo :shrug: I would imagine boat travel is not cheap but if I could not.afford going with 4 max I would do land but I hate crowds and worse bring your own brazzo style trips :foreheadslap:Drumsurf said:Really? That's the least of my worries. Indo is crowded. San Diego is crowded. Everywhere is crowded. At least our crowd will be friends and won't hassle each other. Assuming of course we can find spots without a ton of other boats or land camp surfers on them. Which is no guarantee.
Easy to answer:Drumsurf said:What did you like?
What did you hate?
Would you go again?
The bush scares me!npsp said:Can be epic as long as everyone is in agreement on the type of waves you want to ride. I went back in '05 and we scored everyday but one and the one day that is was small we needed the break anyways. Also make sure your captain/guide will run you down to the Hole and Greenbush, etc... and not just stick around the Playgrounds area. I am saving up to bring my son in 2021.
Waxfoot said:thisDrumsurf said:What did you like?
Indo priority rule we played, is that you take TURNS, not just who sits deepest get it. If it's your turn next, you paddle for it, regardless if you are deepest or not. If you paddle for it and don't make it, you lost priority. If a wave comes and it's your turn and you don't want it, you raise your hands for the second in line to go for it.
also as someone stated above - go w people who want to surf same waves as you do