Victoria is the second-smallest state of Australia. It borders with New South Wales to the north and Tasman Sea to the east. The unique combination of spectacular coastline, pristine beaches, numerous national parks, dense forests and mountains attract visitors all year long and offer a plethora of activities to sport lovers. Melbourne, Victoria's capital and one of the most populous cities in Australia, lies on the Yarra River and around the shores of Port Phillip Bay.
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Surfing in Hull Bay, Saint Thomas, US Virgin Islands
Whether you are looking for relaxation on beautiful and pristine beaches or seeking recreational sports and adventure in the invigorating turquoise waters, St. Thomas will surely satisfy your demands! Hull Bay is located between Caret Bay and Magens Bay, on the Atlantic side of the island. It is considered to be the best surf site on the whole island, especially when there is a north swell.
The swell size starts working at 1-1.5 m/3-5 ft and holds up to 5 m/16 ft. This reef break welcomes experienced surfers only and it is advisable to visit it with someone who is familiar with these waters. The ideal wind direction is from the south, southeast and the ideal tide positions is all tides. In addition, the best period for waves is from November till March. At summer the wind blows offshore 10%, at autumn it blows 25%, at winter 16% and at spring 26%.
Although, it attracts fishermen and surfers from all over the island, it never gets crowded. Keep in mind that most of the surf shops here do not offer gear rentals, so it is better to bring your own board. Apart from watersports, you can also try land activities, such as cycling, a perfect way to explore the historic St.Thomas harbor and discover the hidden beauties of this amazing location. Note: be careful of urchins, rocks and rips/undertow.
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