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Iceland Surf Reports and Surf Forecasts

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Conditions Summary
 Breidavik
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8.5ft 11secs 235° 17mph SW - Onshore - 225°
 Faroe Islands
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6ft 15secs 268° 14mph SSE - Cross shore - 152°
 Gardur
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8.5ft 11secs 246° 10mph WSW - Onshore - 249°
 Grindavik
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2.5ft 8secs 173° 10mph WSW - Cross/offshore - 249°
 Grotta
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8.5ft 11secs 246° 7mph WSW - Onshore - 243°
 Hofn
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5.5ft 8secs 185° 7mph SSW - Cross/offshore - 209°
 Olafsfjordur
 
0.5ft 5secs 86° 13mph SSW - Offshore - 202°
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Open to swells from every direction, with numerous set-ups which can produce world class waves, catching these spots working can be tricky. Cold is obviously an issue as is very limited light in the prolific winter season. During the summer light is no problem but tricky winds and a lack of swell can be, though you have time to wait for spots to light-up. Water temperature in winter are only just above freezing but improved wetsuits are opening this previously closed environment.
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