Currently, it's 6:03 am Tue Sep 1 2015 in beautiful Miami-Dade County, Florida
Plug from crsurfPosted August 9th, 2015 12:14 PM
Forecast from PetePosted August 30th, 2015 03:22 PM
Alright kiddies , Pete here doing a cameo since no one seems to care anymore . This site in its heyday was a fun place to post and reports and forecasts . Looks like sumting brewing . Even though Erica fell apart the remnant low of herself is ramping up winds in the Fla straights . Molasses buoy showed steady 24-28 Knt Southy winds which means goodness fo Dade County. Wont last long though so get it today. Maybe tomorrow am will have leftovers.
Its been 4 years since i moved to Hawaii and this is the first year of dodging tropical systems out here Fla style . With El Nino heating up waters we now have a ridiculous 3 major hurricanes surrounding us . Same deal as usual , hoping they get close enough to send swell with offshore winds but stay far enough to not destroy us ( I still got the primal fear from going thru Andrew) . Go shred boyz . Let us know how it waz.
Plug from crsurfPosted July 26th, 2015 09:25 AM
See some incredible surf photography from one of the best!
Plug from crsurfPosted July 7th, 2015 06:34 PM
Our next Movie Night at the Surfing Museum is on Friday, July 17th in Delray Beach!
"Five Summer Stories" is the featured film at 8 p.m., preceded by live music and a showing of "Surf's Up" (6 p.m.) the acclaimed animated film loved by kids and adults alike. The $1,200 raffle prize will be awarded to one lucky winner and it includes a beach cruiser bike with board rack and a new surfboard! Many other raffle prizes that are not part of the grand prize will also be given. All the details are included on the attached flyers. Advance sale of the raffle tickets began on July 5th, so get your name in the hat right away by clicking on surfhistoryproject.org. Your chances are much better than any lottery, and all the money goes to a great cause: the local, non-profit Palm Beach County Surfing History Project.
If you scan the QR code on the flyer it lets you buy raffle tickets on line, and we will place your raffle tickets in the drawing with your name on them. You don't have to be there to win. Please help the Surfing Museum by joining the many people who are supporting this event. Another way you can help the Surfing Museum is to volunteer, by replying to this email.
Tom Warnke, Fred Salmon, Jeannie Coppers and Jennifer Vancek
"The Big Friday Movie Night Committee"