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Surfing in Ship Bottom, Long Beach Island, New Jersey USA

Wave quality:
Normal
Wave type:
Sand-bar
Wave direction:
Right and left
Good swell direction:
East, northeast
Good wind direction:
Northwest, west
Ship Bottom is a borough in Ocean County, New Jersey, United Sates. The borough is situated on Long Beach Island and borders the Atlantic Ocean. It is also known as "The Gateway to Long Beach Island".

Visiting this place will give you the opportunity to enjoy your holidays and exercise the best surfing of your life. Especially during winter, when hurricanes are common, you will enjoy this activity for good. With very friendly atmosphere and great weather conditions, you will be able to enjoy an amazing activity.

The wave quality is normal, wave type is sand-bar, wave direction is right and left and the bottom is sandy. Normal length reaches from 50 to 150 m/164 to 492 ft. Good swell direction is at east, northeast and swell size starts working at 1.0 m-1.5 m/3 ft-5 ft and holds up to 3 m+/10 ft+. Get ready to feel the ultimate adventure and let the best wind directions, which come from northwest and west, reach your activity at its peak.

The spot also provides you with many surf schools and rental shops. As you can see, this place offers all you need for your activity. So, you just enjoy this amazing sport and let all your negative thoughts fade away.

How to Get to Destination

BY CAR FROM Delaware
154 mi, 248 km, 2 hrs 56 mins.
Follow the I_295 N.
BY CAR FROM Maryland
174 mi, 280 km, 3 hrs 12 mins.
Follow the I_95 N.
BY AIR
Atlantic City International Airport,
36 miles / 58 km
BY AIR
Philadelhpia International Airport,
73 miles / 118 km.
BY TRAIN

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