Exploring The Perfect Moroccan Waves

Posted by Helge Zirkl | March 3rd, 2012 Share

During the biggest swell of this winter The Billabong Adventure crew arround Sancho, Jerome Sayhoun and Adrien Valero, opted to visit Morocco in the hope of finding cleaner conditions than the stormy weather and winds that accompanied this swell in Northern Europe. They found perfect waves on a slabby left somewhere North of Agadir and then went to the legenday rightander of Safi. ❚
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