Located in Moray Firth, Scotland, Boyndie Bay is a quality beach break that offers up some good sections for turns and hacks when the conditions line up. The waves here require a bit of skill to surf and break for up to 50 meters over a sand bottom. Some potential for reefs at the Northern end.
What are the best surf conditions for Boyndie Bay?
Gets good between waist-high and double overhead. We recommend riding a longboard here when smaller and a shortboard as the size increases. This break is suitable for all levels of surfer. The surf here is not the most consistent (4/10) and will generally be uncrowded (4/10). The best winds are from the South. The best swells are from the East, North, Northeast, and Northwest. Works on all tides.
We recommend wearing a 4/3 in the summer when water temperatures rise to 13 degrees. In the winter a 5/4 is best when water temperatures drop to 7 degrees. See the temperature chart below for more data on this.