See description of tidal bore
Tidal bores as a surfable wave type is a novelty for surfskiers. And they may prove to be not that interesting in terms of the variation in surfing experience that they provide for surfskiers. Given how straight a surfski has to remain to avoid broaching on fast and/or steep waves, will any of the world's bores prove sufficiently accessible, challenging, and/or entertaining to draw the interest of many surfskiers?
photo: USGS 1988 Tidal Bore Catalog click to enlarge
Most tidal bores we know about here are fairly remote and can be frequented by crocs.
Surfing the Amazon's “pororoca” tidal bore
Surfing the Qiantang River “Silver Dragon”
Jet Surfing the “Baan”
Bono = tidal bore
Surfing the Seven Ghosts Bono