The Marshall Islands enjoys a cooler, more temperate climate than Indonesia during the Northern Hemisphere Winter. Temperatures are brought down by the constant North East trade winds. These winds blow pretty well constantly from November – March at between 10 and 25 knots sometimes hitting 30 knots on the odd day. Most of the surf breaks handle the wind well, particularly at low tide with the wind being side offshore at the takeoff, becoming more offshore as the waves bend around the reef.
The water temperature though remains above 25°C. Generally speaking, the islands and the surrounding reefs are a pristine marine environment.
You can benefit from the choice of chartering a liveaboard or staying at the amazing Beran Island Resort. The resort was developed by legendary skipper and surf pioneer, Martin Daly and has since been turned into an exclusive resort setting the benchmark in accommodation, dining, fishing, diving and of course surfing.
Over 2,000 miles South West of Hawaii is none other than the incredible Marshall Islands. Although the region has been on the map for quiet some time, it was legendary skipper and surfing pioneer, Martin Daly who found incredible wave after incredible wave during his time chartering the region.
The Marshall Islands are a sight to behold. Palm fringed islands, colourful reefs and world class UNCROWDED surf. Expect sunny skies, comfortable breezes and turquoise water as far as the eye can see.
Peak surf season: October – April, with North Pacific groundswell providing the best waves.
October - April (the same season as Hawaii)