This powerful and consistent righthander is named after the old shipwrecked boiler which sits at the start of the wave. Located 35 min north of Agadir, the vertical lips and speed walls are held up by the trade winds that funnel down the mountains. Best surfed during low tide this spot is recommended for experienced surfers only, as the fast often tubular waves end on a strong shallow reef. Getting in and out can be tricky due to the urchins and sharp rock shelf. Ask the locals for advice before jumping in.
FACTS & FIGURES ABOUT THE BOILERS
Wave type: Right pointbreak