We like to feature people each week who surf at the Sebastian Inlet.
There are people of all ages, young and old, male and female, riding the waves and having a great time.
Surfing is another popular sport at the Sebastian Inlet, and Sebastian Daily was there to capture the action.
Logan Radd (see photo above) was seen surfing this nice wave on a Quiet Flight Surfboard.
“I like surfing the Inlet because it has power and it’s a chunky wave with a barrel end. It has air sections,” Radd told Sebastian Daily.
Neke Turko is from the North Carolina and was riding a Gale Force Guy (GFG) board.
“I love Sebastian Inlet! Beautiful scenery and fun waves. Always a good time when I come to visit,” Turko said.
Arthur Liff was seen using a 5’10, board is a 5’10 FRK by Dan Mann.
“I love surfing at the Sebastian Inlet. It’s my favorite spot in Florida,” Liff told Sebastian Daily.
Surfing at Sebastian Inlet
Inexperienced surfers should surf from the beach to the north of the Inlet where the waves aren’t as heavy. The wave breaks along the beach can be some of the best in the state of Florida.
Experts say the waves are best on lower tides, but be careful of north/northeast winds because it creates strong currents and can carry surfers into the jetty pilings.