When the conditions are right, a small wave is produced by passing ferries near Lisbon. Surfers wait in the River Tejo for large catamaran to pass by a small sand bank, waving for them to go faster, so a larger wave forms.

Factors include tide, wind, boat speed, and weight. The wave doesn’t break often and requires knowing the local area to be in the right place at the correct moment. Make sure to check the ferry schedules.


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