‘The ferry wave is a unique wave at the entrance to Dublin Port. It occurs when the late afternoon ferries all return from the U.K leaving behind a wake which breaks into a wave with a combination of tide and wind. On this particular day the stars aligned with 3 minute long rides and perfect sunshine. The wave breaks over a few sections of sand and can offer up hollow sections to do some turns on. The best thing about it. You can be in Dublin city centre in 5 minutes after you finished surfing!’
Words & video : SUPboarder rider Peter Kosinski. Find out more about Peter on his blog here.