The Boscombe surf reef prepares improvement report

October 18, 2010 | Surfing

Boscombe: a nice place to surf

Everyone will understand what should be done in the Boscombe’s surf reef, in order to get quality waves and a reliable ride.

Europe's first reef for artificial waves has been needing a fine tuning, so the Bournemouth council is collecting recommendations from a panel of specialists, academics and sports enthusiasts.

The report will be available on November 2. The best waves Boscombe can offer are still a surfer's dream, but some key tweaks might better thing in this UK town.

Deconstructing the reef is not an option and everyone - from tourism investors to the surfing community - is looking forward to have a major improvement in the Boscombe's artificial wave.

The surf reef is as three million pound investment.

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