Wish there were better photos (they’ll probably surface at some point), but it’s cool to see surfing make the front page of any newspaper.
The latest wave, dubbed “Prowlers” by the hardy crew of Irish, British and South African surfers who first ventured out on it yesterday, breaks on an undersea reef about 2km (1.2 miles) off the west coast. While they are refusing to disclose its exact location, the surfers, including Andrew Cotton, reveal they have been waiting five years for the type of conditions required to surf it.

Prowlers – New XXL Wave in Ireland

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