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Low Pressure The World Stormrider Surf Guide Volume 1

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  • Stormrider surf guide book
  • Beautifully presented maps and photos
  • Up-to- date, reliable surf information
  • A must have item for anyone who loves travelling and surfing The first of a three volume set of guides which cherry pick world surf zones allowing surfers to plan their itinerary Vol 1 focuses on the most famous surfing zones around the planet Broken into 9 regional chapters, the introductions include detailed descriptions of the Oceanography and Meteorology for each regional chapter including when to find the best waves, forecasting, water temps and tidal info Each

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Features: Stormrider guide The World - Volume One" Entire coastline from Europe to South America All the informations you need Save time choosing the right break Get the local knowledge! Language: English 80 surf spots including Europe Africa Indian Ocean Islands East Asia Australia Pacific Ocean Islands North America Central America & The Caribbean South America About Low Pressure: Low Pressure is and always has been a company devoted to surf and travel. Expanding horizons and highlighting the potential of a world of waves is the whole point of their business. They have experienced many waves people and cultures and share their discoveries in the "Stormrider Surf Guides" helping us save time and enjoy our surf trips. See all Low Pressure"

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By vanessa.allepuz.lemmens@ams.com on 11 May 2001
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Illustrated surf world Atlas. Provides very good surfing travel tips, swell and wind statistics. Includes pictures and detailed maps.Makes you wonder you were in the other part of the World!
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Mr. J. S. Buchanan on 8 Sept. 2001
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Nicely presented with statistics and the such like , but a 'world summary' more than a world guide.Any core surfer is going to know about most of the places presented anyway. Also some strange choices - Israel ??! and Pernambuco ?? I lived in Brazil for six years and can definetly state that Pernambuco has the WORST surf in Brazil.Keeps you busy in the down time and the photos and oceanography info are excellent .
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By A Customer on 14 Aug. 2003
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No way near as in depth as the European Stormrider, but it's crammed with loads of beautiful photos and serves as a good jump off point to start your surfari from...
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The Best Published Surf Spots 24 July 2001
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Given that I'm an avid surfer/traveller, I decided to educate myself on surf spots outside of the United States when I began forays into the surf beyond the west coast of the United States. I purchased Surfer Magazine's set of global surf guides as well as other guidebooks as well. My first encounter with the Stormrider Surf Guide series was with my purchase of the Stormrider Guide to Europe about three years ago. Finding the Stormrider Surf Guide to Europe infinitely helpful -- I surfed some of the most amazing spots that were revealed by the guidebook in France, Spain and Portugal -- I decided to purchase the Stormrider Surf Guide to the World when I discovered that its release.
The World book is obviously not as detailed as its Europe counterpart. Given that the former covers EVERYWHERE and the latter focuses on a specific continent (and its outlying islands), the World book cannot afford to give you as much in-depth information as the Europe book did -- otherwise it would contain more volumes than the collected words of Winston Churchill.
This being said, the World book is extremely helpful in locating the general spots of the world that would pique any travelling surfer's interest. The photos, charts, diagrams and insider-information makes surfing in a foreign country less stressful and more enjoyable.
Again, as the title of this review suggests, the World book does indeed do a wonderful job of providing in-depth information on the more popular (hence, "best") published surf spots around the globe. If you wish to find the "secret spots" that "go off" you'll need to spend more time in wherever faraway land you've decided to surf. Get a chance to meet the locals, enjoy the spots you surf at and hide this book underneath the seat of your rental car. The Stormrider Guide to the World is your best bet to finding fun waves in foreign places.
Take care and don't forget your passport.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Good Overview 28 July 2004
By Anonymous statman - Published on Amazon.com
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Cheers to the author for coming up with the first world wide surf guide book. The book includes helpful info on forecasting, how waves are created, and of course worldwide wave hotspots. It will be interesting to see a second edition of it since there are mistakes in the book. For example, for some areas the charts for best time of year to surf are off, to mention one Puerto Rico's. Also breaks are referred to by the wrong name sometimes and even the by month temperatures seem off (i.e Californias). I was eager to buy the book but once I saw the mistakes I decided to wait for maybe a corrected second edition. I recommend to the author that he researches the "hot spots" a bit more carefully. Also just for the sake of adventure a section discussing the potential of discovery around the world would be interesting to see, say the potential around the South Pacific, or Africa for new waves to be discovered. The book may work as a good beginners guide to where the waves are, but for a specific surf trip a more descriptive and more accurate guide would be invaluable.
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A complete and beautifuk guide to any surfer 25 Oct. 2009
By Lionel - Published on Amazon.com
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You will find anythin' in here : waves theory, advices, spots with maps and directions, meteo, A-ny-thing.
Not all of it is always useful (because you can't travel through all the countries...) But the surfing possibilities that are described in here will be enough to fill anyone's surfing life!
Surfers ! you'd better have it 26 Sept. 2007
By Arnold Regis - Published on Amazon.com
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If you need to prepare a surf trip, you want to go at the best (known) spot, or you're just curious to see how it looks like 10 000 miles away, go for it !

This book is really well made, nice text, all the details you need to know, beautiful pictures. You can feel it was made by surfers for surfers.

The first pages will give a bit about wave creating system, weather forecasting and wind satelite map reading.

Really Nice book. But don't fool yourself, the best secret spots won't be in there !
The World Stormrider Guide Volume 1 31 May 2007
By Matthew S. Haun - Published on Amazon.com
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This and all the Stormrider Guides are truely great sources of information about surf travel. Cleverly put together, have beautiful illustrations, and are packed with all the necessary information you need to start planning your surf adventure and travel. Every surfer (young or old) should have all of them on the shelves of their personal library. Go ahead and invest. You'll be stoked, dude!

Cowabunga, nos vemos en el agua!
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