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Villingilimathi Huraa (Kuda Villingili), Uninhabited island. Eastern reef of North Male’ Atoll:
Requires speed. Long, excellent left-hander that has two sections. A pleasant thin, peeling, racing lip. However conditions must be perfect, otherwise it’s not makeable.
Best winds are NW-NNE (offshore).
Named because of a poultry farm on the island.
Access by boat.



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Thulusdhoo, Atoll Capital. Eastern reef of North Male’ Atoll:
A short but intense ride. A big wave tube spot. A steep barrelling takeoff, then a very shallow inside section that opens up even more than the takeoff. Best on mid to high tide, however, can be surfed at low tide if the swell is big enough.
Ideal on a straight south swell and winds NW however, can be surfed in winds from any direction W - N.
Named after the Coca-Cola factory on the island, beautiful view of palm fringed beach from the surf zone.
Access by boat.



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Lohifushi Island Resort. Eastern reef of North Male’ Atoll:
Good and hollow left-hander with two sections. Need big SE swells and high tides to work well.
Best during NW-NE offshore winds.
Named after the island resort Lohifushi.
Access by boat even from Lohifushi Resort.


Piddlies / Ninjas

Kanifinolhu Resort. Eastern Reef of North Male’ Atoll:
Slow right-hander, good for beginners and long-boarders.
Best on W-NW winds with a moderate S swell. However swells larger than 4 feet spoils it.
Named Ninjas because many Japanese surfers seem to like it.
Access by boat.


Pasta Point

Tari Village Resort (Kanu Huraa) . Eastern reef of North Male’ Atoll:
Perfect long left, which picks up more swell and is more consistent than any other break. ‘Macaroni Bowl’-a second tube section, which develops after the fast take off section, mellows out for a cutback. ‘Lockjaws’ - if you are game try out this very fast and shallow end section, which comes after the ‘Macaroni Bowl’. Rides are 75 to 100 yards long.
Reserved for the exclusive use of the resort guests. (Strictly enforced by Tari Village Resort management)
Best winds; N, but can be surfed with NE-NW. Best months - February, March and April.
Accessible from the shore.

Sultans (Thamburudhoo Right)

Thamburudhoo (Uninhabited Island), Eastern Reef of North Male’ Atoll:
Excellent, long, world-class right-hander. One of the most consistent waves of Male’ Atoll, which never closes out, even on the biggest swells. The take-off is a steep outside peak called ‘Phantoms’, which slingshots into a very long, walled, super fast section called the ‘Pinnacles’, over four feet. All three sections can be thrilling, almost insane tubes. Rides are 100 to 150 yards.
Best on high tide with any wind from W to N.
Access by boat.

Honky's (Thamburudhoo left)

Thamburudhoo (Uninhabited Island), Adjacent to ‘Sultans’. Eastern Reef of North Male’ Atoll:
Long, left-hander. Starts small and increases in size and intensity as it wraps 90 degrees around the island. A six feet wave on the take-off will end up at least eight feet on the end section, called ‘Fred’s Ledge’. Long rides and tubes through all sections.
Best on low tides unless swell is huge. Best winds, ENE-N (this is the only wave that works on a ENE wind). Best swell, straight S. Best months for this wave, February, March and April. Affected by strong currents in the Southwest monsoon from May to October.
Access by boat.


Long right hander of the former Jail Island . Beautiful and fast wave with barrel sections…when it connects one of the better waves in North male Atoll

Tomb Stones (Furana)

Full Moon Beach Resort, Furana Fushi Island, Eastern Reef of North Male’ Atoll:
Long, right-hander, offshore in winds S to W. Breaks rarely and only large swells. At three feet it has a dry reef to surf on. In the big swells of 1987, when many of the islands were flooded, this was surfed at a perfect six to eight feet.

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