The pros and cons of surfing alone

Working schedules, family duties, seasonal moods, and aging are some of the reasons why, many times, you end up surfing alone. But that could be good. Or not. Many people like to surf alone. Because they can manage their time before, during and after the session, and because they can choose the break they prefer at any given time. Unfortunately, in many cases, we’re not actually alone – we’re taking turns in a ultra-crowded urban lineup where all surfers are strangers to each other. Let’s admit it: surfers rarely talk to each other in the ocean.

Working schedules, family duties, seasonal moods, and aging are some of the reasons why, many times, you end up surfing alone. But that could be good. Or not. Many people like to surf alone. Because they can manage their time before, during and after the session, and because they can choose the break they prefer at any given time. Unfortunately, in many cases, we’re not actually alone – we’re taking turns in a ultra-crowded urban lineup where all surfers are strangers to each other. Let’s admit it: surfers rarely talk to each other in the ocean.

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The pros and cons of surfing alone

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