The South Pacific is coming to life as the big wave season opens up in the Southern Hemisphere. From Chile to Mexico, a storm front is alerting the best surfers in the world seeking a monster-sized thrill. Although there has not been a “green light” yet for the ASP Big Wave World Tour stops, keep your eyes on Pico Alto in Peru and Punta de Lobos in Chile.
The Quiksilver Ceremonial just held the trials in Chile hosting the best local chargers at the BWWT event site at Punta de Lobos in big surf. Watch as local Fede Mekis scores a massive lefthand barrel during the Hotel Alaia Trials on April 24th, 2014:
Video by Roots Media.
In addition to Chile, the Peruvian and Mexican coastlines are shaping up to be a possibility for the storm direction. Keep your eyes on the swell as it approaches. Check out the three storms approaching Southern Chile below.
The following StormSurf video provides the Pacific Ocean surf forecast for the week starting Sunday, May 4th, 2014:
South Africa’s Frank Solomon is the defending champion of the Quiksilver Ceremonial Chile, with a waiting period from April 15 – August 31st, 2014. It could get this good, hopefully bigger…
The Quiksilver Ceremonial Chile has a waiting period from April 15 – August 31st, 2014. Stay tuned for updates on TheSurfChannel.com