The 15 most common excuses for dropping in on fellow surfers

Surfing has an informal compendium of rules and guidelines that one must follow to be accepted, respected, and considered in the line-up. Dropping in on another surfer is a critical violation of the surfer-gentleman’s rule.

The surfer’s code of conduct should be followed whether you’re catching waves at your local surf break, or in a far, distant country.

It’s a universal, unspoken set of principles; a protocol that ensures everyone enjoys their time in the water safely and pleasantly. Believe it or not, a surfboard is a dangerous weapon.

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