Wilderness: One of the longest waves in the island. There is a paddling channel on the left of the parking lot. Good around 3-15ft faces. Can be much bigger than it looks from shoreline. Also watch for some really nasty clean up sets starting a few feet overhead.
Surfers Beach: One of the most consistent spots in west coast. Blows out easily. Next to this spot is Tabletops, with good fast rights but beware of rocks.
Pressure Point: Good reef break. Nice barrelling wave, similar to wishing well.
Wishing Well: Fast tube. Good maybe at least over 4 foot face. Under 4 feet it's just to shallow with corals,rocks and sea urchins awaiting on the bottom.
Aviones: Probably the most consistent spot in the island. Good all year round.Best to have an early before crowd shows, but it's basically always crowded.
Middles: Right reef break. Can get VERY hollow and good but it only occurs a few times a year with many factors necessary to occur. Most of the time it will be sloppy Jobos being a better choice then.
Shore Island: One of the best shore breaks around, good for bodyboarding, mostly sand bottom, watchout for the nasty, ocassional backwash. Can get REALLY hollow sometimes.(I found the picture in the netbb website).
Marias: Good right, needs pretty big swell. Don't overestimate the spot, some rocks around.Good around 3-10 feet faces.
Domes: Mostly rights, with ocasional lefts. Good from 2-7' faces. Sometimes strong undercurrent. Most consistent spot in the Rincon area. Most of the time crowded.
Sandy Beach: Good beginners beach. When the swell is appropiate good lefts from the rock area.
Corcega: Although most of the time there are no waves in this spot, checkout what happened on an 2/27/98 solar eclipse.
Indicators: Good right, with good power. Pipe and coral bottom. Rocks can stick out on low tide.
WARNING:Riptide currents can be dangerous in Puerto Rico, specially if your a beginner or teaching your kid how to surf. Practice extreme caution in all beaches. Some of the most dangerous breaks (rip wise)are Jobos, Wilderness, Marias, and Surfers beach.
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