Category: Photos

A Small Window-Surfing in Ireland

“Ireland is a fickle beast when it comes to surfing, constantly changing winds and pulses of swell, because of this when there is a small window where everything comes together, you just got to go.” With the weekend near I…

Lahinch Surfing on Valentines Weekend

Perfect Lahinch Surfing Conditions with Beautiful Sunshine on Valentines Day. Here’s a few random surfing photos from Lahinch last Saturday! The sun was shining and the perfect glassy waves were busy, but everyone had a smile on their face! This…

Destination West, East Coast Surfing in Ireland

Surfing Dublin, Wicklow & Meath Its all about getting out of the Pale and escaping for a surf these days, hoards of boards on roofs hitting the M7 and M4 every Friday evening trying to beat the rush hour traffic after…

A few Recent Irish Surf Photos

Here’s a few wave shots I took while out and about in the North West of Ireland chasing some recent swells! It amazes me the variety of waves around every corner on our Atlantic Coastline, some surfable, some best left…

New Wave Record and Top Photos From Todays Storm

New wave record at Buoy M4 The M4 Donegal Buoy measured a record Significant Wave Height (SWH) of 15.7m at 11:00 on December 10th 2014, where Significant Wave Height is the term given to the average height of the highest…

Cian Logue-Fun Surf in the North West of Ireland

Cian Logue is one of a group of new generation surfers emerging from the talent pool around the Bundoran area. Hailing from nearby surf village Rossnowlagh, Cian has no trouble getting shacked in any of the heavy reef breaks around…

Mullaghmore Surfing-Paddle Session Nov ’14

Mullaghmore Surfing, Sligo, Ireland I was Passing through the Donegal/Sligo area for a couples night away before the birth of our daughter in December.  I spotted the swell was looking decent for a Mullaghmore Paddle Session. With the sun out…

This isn’t Hawaii, its better!

A few shots from a days exploration along the Atlantic coastline, as the sea began to awaken from its mid-year slumber. For sure its often dull, misty, cold or damp but when the waves kick into the Irish coastline it…

Supping The Reef

This is Emmet O’ Doherty aka ‘SUP DUDE”. Emmet runs a successful SUP school in Bundoran Co. Donegal and this year claimed his first national title winning the longboard category and backed it up with a second place finish in…

Mullaghmore Paddle Surf-March 2014

The Last hurrah for the season 2013/2014 The 2013/2014 surf season will probably go down as one of the best in history or that of living memory when it comes to big wave surfing in the North West of Ireland….

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