There’s something magical about a solo surf session.
It’s peaceful to be alone on the ocean. No drop-ins, no snakes, no aggro vibe; just you and the waves.
The only thing that could make it better is a friend or two to cheer your awesome rides and jeer your wipeouts. However, with the ranks of surfers swelling while the number of surf breaks holds steady, how can you find empty waves?
I live in a seaside city of more than a million people, and still sometimes I surf alone. Here’s how you can do it too….