MemberApril 27, 2020 at 1:25 am
Surfline, MagicSeaweed, surf-forecast, swellnet, which give the most accurate surf forecast?
MemberApril 30, 2020 at 1:49 am
From what I’ve experienced through the years, it seems like some websites are better for some parts of the world than others. When I started to surf in Australia, local surfers told me to use Willyweather to analyze swells and wind direction… It was indeed a lot more accurate than the big websites like Surfline or MagicSweaweed, and I had never heard about it before…
Personally I pay for Surfline Premium, just because it gives me a long term forecast, so I can plan my trips a bit more ahead (even though their long term forecast is far from always being correct, it usually still gives me an idea if a decent swell is on the way. No matter what website you use though, consider that it’s like the weather forecast. Mistakes are common, especially for long term forecasts.
AdithGuestMay 25, 2021 at 3:29 am
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MemberSeptember 18, 2021 at 2:55 pm
I’m fairly certain the Mexican travel gurus pay Surfline for inflated forecasts. I use Surfline for the cams, Surf-forecast is usually spot on with wind predictions and I like their energy data, Magic Seaweed for where I surf seems to be the most accurate for wave size info.
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