|11/13 to 11/19||FRI||SAT||SUN||MON||TUE||WED||THU|
|Caribbean||1 ft.||1-2 ft.||2-3 ft.||2-3 ft.||2-3 ft.||1-2 ft.||1 ft.|
|North Pacific||3-4 ft.||3-4 ft.||3-4 ft.||2-4 ft.||2-3 ft.||3-5 ft.||5-7 ft.|
|South Pacific||3-5 ft.||3-5 ft.||3-5 ft.||3-4 ft.||2-4 ft.||4-6 ft.||6-8 ft.|
Caribbean - Knee high surf is expected through late Saturday and then Sunday a ENE swell arrives (3 feet at 9 seconds) which pushes in waist to chest high surf. It will stick around through Tuesday, but afterward leaves more knee high waves.
Pacific - Currently there is a SSW swell (3 feet at 14 seconds) pushing in chest to head high surf with a rare overhead set. It drops slowly through the weekend down to waist to chest. Then on Tuesday a new SSW swell arrives that reaches 4.8 feet at 14 seconds by Thursday so expect overhead surf with sets 2 feet overhead.
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Alejandro at Seafari Costa Rica - 11/6 - Ready to get back in the water, has been a week with no swell and then close to 7 days of rain by Eta the hurricane that hit Nicaragua's northern caribbean side, it left a trace all across several countries.
Eli at SurfingNosara.com - 11/10 - Today we wake up with a beautiful sunny morning and some fun waves. The size is shoulder high to overhead.
Check out www.surfingnosara.com for additional photos, further information about activities and upcoming events here in Playa Guiones. Stop by Surfing Nosara office and ask for Brayan or Eli, if you would like to book a private photo session or by any of our pictures.
MalpaisurfCam.com - 11/11 - This morning at 9 am waves were waist to chest high. Light on shore wind and overcast skies. Smaller than the last few days, but still some fun ones on the set, tide was raising, almost high and conditions were good. www.malpaisurfcam.com daily surf report from Mal Pais neighborhood in Costa Rica, Central America.
Christina at Surf Inn Hermosa - 11/11 - 3-5ft SSW SWELL- GOOD CONDITIONS CLEANING UP AS TIDE FILLS IN.
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Luis at Manuel Antonio Surf School - 11/9 - Greetings from Manuel Antonio Surf School, the waves in Manuel Antonio have been great these days wave height is around 4 to 6 feet and the conditions are good this week with almost no riptides, high tides and rains make Manuel Antonio Beach a little choppy but we still have some good waves coming down, the best spot to surf this weekend in Manuel Antonio is Playitas beach.
Steve at Jazzys River House - 11/7 - Five straight days of steady rain left us with some pretty ragged surf. High tide morning session today featured 5-6' peaks with an occasional overhead bomb. Muddy, debris filled water was discouraging and no one has paddled out for nearly a week. Inside was a whirlpool of crosswaves, mud and logs. Interesting but not inviting. First partial clearing today with some welcome blue sky and bright sun. Afternoon session yesterday at Playa Hermosa South was 4-5' with decent post-storm conditions and a small crowd. Dominicalito was smaller but also decent. No Point action worth noting.