Which is the best month to come?
We will let you look at the pictures and decide.
For the last 4 seasons waves have been good and not so good during every month of the season. Every year it is different.
During our early season, September, October, November, up to mid-December, we get the cleanest conditions. There were years where September had more good days then peak season.
One thing is for sure during early season. We get the least winds and get to surf the East, Northeast, Southeast, Southwest and possibly even the outer atolls.
Not only do the conditions get really clean during early season, the winds also shift from trade winds (NE) to Southwest, bringing the east side alive.
Early season swells can come from typhoons to the West, from North Pacific lows off Japan or trade winds swells from the East.
During the month of December and January the trade winds can come back and some times they do come back strong. The trade winds cycle can last all the way to May but not necessarily strong. Light to moderate trade winds are good for P-Pass.
During the last two seasons wind conditions were perfect during the month of February, March and April.
During the months of December thru April, most swells come from the North and P-Pass is the place to surf.
As we said, we have seen perfect waves every month from September thru late April but not necessarily every month of every year. It is different every year.
On average 85% of our guests do surf good waves, 60% surf it under epic conditions.
So which is the best month to come? We will let you answer this question. Take a look at the pictures and decide.
The Pohnpei Surf Club, World Surfaris, Wave Hunters and Global Surf Guides do have the Surgical Strike trips figured down to the minute.
No more waiting for waves. Fly in, surf and fly out. We will drop you in a perfect line up one hour after you get off the airplane.
Working with the best surf forecasters and travel agents in the surf industry and the Pohnpei Surf Club local knowledge will get you into perfect surfing conditions with 24 hours to a week notice.
If you have the flexibility to leave in a minutes notice, send us an e-mail and we will put you in our Surgical Strike list.
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