If you are dying to get out there and pound some waves, then we have the top beaches for you to jet surf. Grab your jet board and let’s head out. Our first stop takes us to stunning Brazil.
Praia Mole Beach, Florianopolis, Brazil
Spectacular views and big waves await you at Priai Mole Beach. With fewer tourists than most beaches, you should have no problem catching a wave or two here. Be mindful of the moles, or soft sand that cause underwater whirlpools.
White Beach, Okinawa, Japan
Take your powered surfboard and head over to Okinawa, but make sure to go on less crowded weekdays. White Beach is said to be best when swells come from the East. Twelve-foot swells are common during mid and low tide.
Manu Bay, Raglan, New Zealand
Skilled surfers will want to take their motorized boards to Manu Bay to experience the barrel waves. Low tides give you a better barrel that is much faster to ride. Catch waves on days when the wind comes out of the southeast.
Banzai Pipeline Oahu, Hawaii
Only travel to Oahu to surf the Banzai Pipeline on your water Jet board if you are a skilled surfer. These reef breaking waves are punishing for inexperienced surfers. Waves break to the left, and crowds form fast.
Cloudbreak, Tavarua Island, Fiji
You will love experiencing Tavarua Island from your perch on your water Jet board. For the best swells, it is advisable to take your motorized surfboard out on the water in early spring and autumn months to get days and days of premium wave action. If you plan to visit Cloudbreak, then wait for a northerly wind to get the best surfing conditions for your powered surfboard.
Whether you plan to surf in the winter or the summer, our list guarantees that you will enjoy your time at the beach. Grab your Jet board and head out. The waves are waiting to take you for a gnarly ride.
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