The Ultimate Guide to Surfing at Night

And while night surfing has long been viewed as a novelty—or that hopelessly cheesy thing Patrick Swayze ropes Lori Petty and Keanu Reeves into doing in Point Break—with the aid of man-made light or under a full (or nearly full) version of the earth’s natural satellite, surfing after the sun goes down can be a worthwhile adventure.

Quite a few of the breaks that offer night surfing opportunities are very good, including Keramas in Bali, meaning a nighttime session will likely just serve as icing on the cake of a what would otherwise already have been a good surf trip.

If you can’t wait for conditions to align, there are a handful of well-lit piers on both coasts of the U. S. (including Casino Pier in jersey/” title=”View all articles about New Jersey here”>New Jersey and the Santa Monica Pier) that can, if you surf close enough to them, provide sufficient light for a novelty night session.

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