Before you read the following passage please stop. Reconsider your weekend plans. Ask yourself the following questions:
1. Can you wrangle a long weekend this weekend?
2. Do you have $1000 spare?.. give or take a few clams.
If you scored a total of 100% affirmative, please continue reading. If not, click here as you may not want to know the following information.
‘A giant storm forecast well over a fortnight in advance will hit Indonesia and beyond on the weekend of the 27th / 28th June. While it won’t be the largest swell ever seen, or even the largest in a typical season, it’s unusual in its intense, focussed energy and peak period. Less juggernaut and more high speed bullet train, this swell should produce epic conditions in the Indian Ocean, but more incredibly could produce waves over 11,000 miles away. This is one storm which will be heard around the world’- wearesurfer.net
‘The swell is created from over 3000 miles of continuous fetch aligned for the Indonesian archipelago and a total storm area of over 2.5 million square miles. Almost the size of Australia. The swell will top out at around 50ft. Winds peak at around 60mph steady speed but the storm stalls and moves at perfect speed to build further energy into waves already created. This dynamic fetch is crucial for creating outsized waves and pushing the peak swell period higher’ – wearesurfer.net
Convinced yet?? How about if i told you it is possible to get return tickets to Denpasar (Bali) from most Australian international airports for $800 (Jetstar)… Come’on, live a little.
Ok now please watch the following 3 videos on locations that WILL be pumping this weekend…
Dallas Singer in Java.
Pride Team in Bali
Ewan Donnachie & Jase Finlay surfing Nias, Sumatra.
Do yourself a favour and get yourself somewhere in Indonesia this weekend.. thank us later. If this plan cannot work for you, it would be recommended you disconnect yourself from any form of social media for at least 7 days….