Surf: Thulusdhoo (Cokes), Atoll Capital. Eastern reef of North Male’ Atoll: a short
but intense ride. A big wave tube spot. A steep barreling takeoff, then
a very shallow inside section that opens up even more than the takeoff.
Best on mid to high tide, however, can be surfed at low tide if the
swell is big enough. Ideal on a straight south swell and winds NW
however, can be surfed in winds from any direction W - N. Named after the Coca-Cola factory on the island, beautiful view of palm fringed beach from the surf zone. Access by boat.
Thulusdhoo has a small quay within a protected harbor area. The lagoon has been deepened and its entrance widened with a jetty built.
Several small warehouses are located near the quay.
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