- 20 November 2008 | Surf Spots
The territory of Bermuda consists of 181 islands, linked by bridges divided into nine parishes. It is located in the North Atlantic Ocean, about 1.030 km (640 miles) west-northwest to Cape Hatteras, North Carolina. The largest island, Main Island, is often called Bermuda.
With 103 km (64 miles) of coastline, the Bermuda has crystal clear waters warmed by the Gulf Stream.
The climate is humid subtropical, with temperatures between 75°F and 23°C and 85°F / 29°C from May to mid-October and 70°F to 21°C during the winter. Rainfall occurs relatively equally throughout the year.
The average wind speed in Bermuda is 12 Knots (or 13.8 miles per hour), with a prevailingly southwestern direction.
Surfing isn't impossible in Bermuda. You can be lucky and ride fun waves in Horseshoe Bay Beach, Bouncer Beach, Tucker's Town and Castle Island.