Boscombe Surf Reef: secret talks for secret solutions

Surfers are anxious to know the final conclusions of the report made of the Boscombe Surf Reef, in the United Kingdom.

Is it really working? What should be done to fix the flaws? Will Boscombe be having a world class artificial wave?

What is known is that the meeting to discuss the problems of the Boscombe Surf Reef willbe held behind closed doors.

Initially, the meeting scheduled for April was cancelled due to an impossible air travel of Dr. Mark Davidson, an expert from the Plymouth University, by the time of the Icelandic volcanic ash menace.

Several sources are speaking of a total investment of 11.3 million pounds, more 3 million than the original plan, to put everything in its right place.

Whatever happens in Boscombe, one thing is certain: surfing and the new reef must be defended and protected.

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