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Break/Beach Name : Cayton Point

Photographer : Sie - Rider : Unknown - location : Cayton Point - Rating : 5
Cayton Point


Surf Report for Cayton Point
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Description :
A gnarly boulder point break only for the experienced surfer. Breaks left onto a shallow boulder reef with a small take off point. Often offers long barrels and fast sections, which can often catch out regular footed riders. Works best in large northly storm surf as cayton headland provides shelter from Northely winds. This is a dangerous wave and should be approcahed by season surfers with care. Beware : Rocks, crowds, more rocks, long walks, hypothermia! you have been warned.
Directions :
The wave is at the north end of cayton point. Park at knipe point, and walk down through the woods to the wave. It's then a 3-400 meter paddle to the point.
Direction Beach Faces :
East
Offshore Wind Direction :
West
Best Swell Direction :
North East
Quality :
8
Best Tide :
High
Location :
Scarborough



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