The boat “Naga Laut” translation ‘sea dragon’, apt name for a sic boat. Totally sublime crew. Loaded with culinary delights, icy beverages, a daily plethora of snacks. Man its more than ya need for an adventure on the Indian Ocean. Late season 2016 was an epic score, high quality, daily uncrowded burn out surfing sessions, slashing around and getting whipped with some of the best lads you’ll ever meet. End the arvos with a coldie and a fews yarns and a quick troll, and boom, just another 50kg fish for sashimi. I felt blessed to have such a rewarding trip. My wife now knows it’s a no brainer every year, its one of the “Bucket List” things that’s now a perennial fixture.
So I’ve been 7 times on the mighty Naga Laut, and will continue to do so! Great food, in-fact fantastic food! Problem is, 4 x meals per day ya gotta surf to burn it off. So ladies,,, your men come back real healthy lol. Frank and ALL of the crew are rad, they’re like family. The surf, well we always score uncrowded waves! Whether it’s 3 ft fun Burgerworld to heaving HT’s or Bankvaults, there’s something for every one …. My favourite place on boat is the bat cave! YENA for life
First time to the ments!! And it was exactly what I was expecting but better. Firstly the waves were f#@%ing epic and our guide put us in places where there was only us in the water. Every day surfed different places and seemed to get better waves as the trip went on. The boat is sick and the crew are funny F#@%ers. You have a laugh every arvo while slurping on an icy can of beer watching the epic sunsets and recovering after 5 or 6 hours in the water and frothing for the next day. I’ve told the wife that this is trip is gonna keep happening every year. Hahaha!!! Same boat and same bunch of blokes, all from WA, all legends!,,, Even though they measure wave wrong! Hahaha yeeewwww, Best boat trip I’ve been on.