Swell Map KapitiKapiti Swell Map
Wwaikanae Beach, Gisborne/East/Mahia, New Zealand
Very useful to see the prognosis at a glimpse. Dashed line is the adjusted corrugated surface, which is the projected level of the corrugated surface when it is broken. It is the elapsed between every selected shaft. As you can see, new swelling occurs when this line pops up, which indicates a new heart rate, or a worsening of the swelling when the line falls.
Swell is the most important element in windsurfing, the surfer wave is usually in the area of 0.8 - 2.0 meters, according to your surf-skill. Seaside elevation contains both swell and chops. If there is a big discrepancy between this and the spring altitude, the harsher the ocean.
The swelling of the swell is indicated by the source of the swell. The sea is sweeping eastwards. Move the graphic to display all forecasting levels. Move the chart to display all forecasting detail.
Wellington' is a rather prominent seaside holiday that only works occasionally and without a particular type of season. Easy to blow out by on-shore wind waves coming from both remote and nearby sources and the best swell is from the north-west. The other surf breaks near Paekakariki:
Wavesticks near Paekakariki: Tidal wards near Paekakariki: skiing areas near Paekakariki: Urban and town prognoses near Paekakariki: Paraparaumu International Paraparaumu Airfield (PPQ) in New Zealand is the next available commercial airfield to Pakakariki, 7 km (direct) away. Wellington International Airport (WLG), also in New Zealand, is the second shortest port to Pakakariki, 43 km away.
The third is Masterton International Aerodrome (MRO) in New Zealand, 56 km (35 miles) away. The Palmerston North International Center (PMR) in New Zealand is 90 km away. Woodsbourne Aiport ( "BHE"), also in New Zealand, is the fifth closest port to the city of Pakakariki and is 110 km away. Utilize the tabs above to see Pakakariki ocean temperatures, Pakakariki photos, Pakakariki detail ocean conditions, winds and meteorology, Pakakariki weavecams, latest winds from Wellington living meteorological station and Pakakariki tidal prognostic.
New Zealand nautical chart opens the big view of New Zealand and the nearby oceans. You can animate these charts to display the various swell characteristics, waves power, waves periods, waves height, as well as winds and waves predictions, actual meteorological and swell monitoring of New Zealand wavesticks, sailing boats and coast beacons.
Every prediction page for this wave breaking contains a local and international wave finder to find the best surfing condition in the Paekakariki area.