KILLER POINT – THE LONG WAVE
Another famous righthand point break in the land of rights, Killer Point is named after the Killer Whales that can be seen here in summer. It’s one of the most consistent surf spots in the area and has a lot to offer, from speed sections, long walls to barrels.
Killer Point picks up a bit more swell than Anchor Point and can be surfed in anything over knee-high. When it’s small the wave starts at the north end of the cliff with a short left and a sectioning right, then as the swell fills in you will see the sections start to link up for some epically long rides.
It’s surfable on all tides but works best at low when you can walk along the cliff to get to the first section, otherwise, it’s a long paddle out from the beach. The paddle does seem to put people off surfing here so it’s rarely crowded, but it’s a great reward for those willing to make the 20min paddle.
FACTS & FIGURES ABOUT THE KILLER POINT
Wave type: Right pointbreak
Seabed: Sand and rock