We have just dropped the hook back in Kavieng after another great run of waves. As the forecast suggested swell was up for the entire duration of the trip, giving the exception of one morning that we had to wait for the tide to change. A quick dive on a WWII plane wreck and it was back to it. Wind has been stronger than usual due to some lows in Australia but all that really translated to us was having to shift to a left hander till the afternoon offshore greeted us. Everyone got their fair share of waves with a 7.5 hour session being recorded for most time in water and a couple hundred tubes. All smiles on the Explorer and with another great forecast showing on the crystal ball we can expect to see our next crew doing it all again. What a great couple months it's been. We would like to say a special thank you to Huey!
Stay posted for trip 10. Cheer's PNGS
Another thank you to PNG's unique surf management plan which keeps the surfers number sustainable- every surfer who joins us pay a fee to book into this surf quota, and the $ that goes to local communities where we surf.