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Surf Report Usage Terms

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Warning! The forecasts are based on predictive models, check the current wave observations or call the store reports before heading out.
By using this site you agree to these Usage Terms and promise to abide by The Surfer's Code of Ethics!

DISCLAIMER: Surfing is a dangerous sport in any and all conditions. NESURF.COM, MAKES NO WARRANTIES HERE UNDER, AND THIS DISCLAIMER OF WARRANTIES INCLUDES, BUT IS NOT LIMITED TO, THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.

NESurf.com makes no express or implied warranties or affirmations as to the safety or surfability of surf spots, waves, wind or general weather depicted in the reports, forecasts, graphics, surf spots or any other information implied, represented or depicted through its site (whether generated by NESurf.com or linked to from NESurf.com). In addition, NESurf.com makes no express or implied warranties or affirmations that waves, winds or weather will occur or have occurred as depicted. Furthermore, NESurf.com has no responsibility or liability whatsoever to the user or any other person or entity for any injuries or harm resulting from the use of the information contained in the site. NESurf.com also has no responsibility or liability whatsoever to the user or any other person or entity, for any inconsistency, inaccuracy, or omission on the site.

Surf Reports Usage Directions:

1. Unless otherwise stated the Reports apply to the whole New England coast (from Maine to Rhode Island). N of the Cape = from the Massachusetts South Shore to Northern Maine. Cape = Massachusetts' Cape Cod. S of the Cape = Rhode Island. S of RI = Long Island. "Offshore" = Mostly refers to Nantucket, but depending on swell direction it can also apply to Block Island and Martha's Vineyard.
2. To determine which breaks will have surfable conditions compare the swell direction to the table in the Surf Spots page or look at the information on the spots pages. Note: ground swell tends to wraparound better and is rideable on a wider spectrum of breaks than wind swell.
3. All breaks have special characteristics. Some of these are depicted in the Spots section but it will take some practice and personal knowledge of several spots to determine which break best suit your needs and the conditions. Explore!

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