Dungeons: big and thunderous

Dungeons, South Africa's best known big wave spot, has awakened with the swell peaking on 5.4 meters, at 19 second.

The 5th August 2013 will stay in the memory of many South African chargers, plus Hawaiians John John Florence and Albee Layer.

Dungeons has delivered an incredible day of big wave surfing, in super glassy conditions and ultra long period swell.

Mike Schlebach, James Lowe, Simon Lowe, Frank Solomon, Jurie van Dyk, Dave Smith, Grant Baker, Benji Brand and Andrew Marr were some of the surfers who got the most out of the South African barreling train.

"Dungeons was the best ever. Maybe not the biggest ever recorded, but the most perfectly big", explains Alan Van Gysen, photographer and assistant editor at our friends in ZigZag.

The thunderous big wave break of Dungeons is located off Hout Bay, near Cape Town, and is frequently visited by great white sharks. The pioneers of Dungeons are Pierre de Villiers and Peter Button.

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