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Tropical Trade Winds and Surfing

There is a chain of islands running from Manus Island (PNG) through to (and past) Fiji. These islands are exposed the north Pacific "winter" swell.
The part of these islands that is of interest is their north west coast. Reef passes in that part are likely to have a good wave since as the swell wraps into the pass the trade wind is off-shore.
This graphic on the surf-forecast page is the best one I have seen to show the area and the trade wind.
Visit surf-forecast to get an idea of how it changes over the course of the year.
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