The thousands of islets and cays of the Bahamas flank the large, continental islands of the Greater Antilles. The Bahamas are fully exposed to the North Atlantic swells and block much of the action for Cuba, but Hispaniola and particularly Puerto Rico are not only wide open to any pulse, the 2nd deepest trench in the world plummets just offshore. Concentrated swell energy hits the Greater Antilles every winter from North Atlantic depressions and frontal activity, conjuring up the Caribbean’s biggest and gnarliest waves, plus the summer hurricanes might just light up the sleepy south coasts, if you’re lucky.
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