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Jaws Big Wave Contest goes!

We had a spectacular show of big waves grace the Hawaiian islands recently. Last week was big enough to hold the Big wave surf Contest in Maui at the terrifying surf spot named JAWS. The Surf got up over 20 feet high and The women and men were charging! There were some wipeouts that were almost fatal, long hold downs, and waves so powerful that only the strongest could survive!  Here are some of the highlights… Ian Walsh just won the 2017 Pe’ahi Challenge, and he did it in convincing fashion. Throughout the event, Walsh consistently found the biggest and best waves in a lineup filled with the world’s best surfers. “So stoked,” he said in his post-win interview. “This is a really big honor and I’m stoked that I can follow up Billy and keep this thing on Maui….

HALEIWA TOWN

Located on the north shore of Oahu and is our biggest town we have here on this side of the island.  The town is filled with every shop you could ever want to visit. Coffee gallery is filled with our local cover growers, there are multiple surf shops to suit the famous towns reputation of…

Surf lessons on oahu

Aloha Everyone! With all of those surf lessons out there, its hard to know which school to choose!  While choosing a surf school first make sure that school is legal and permitted. Make sure that school is safe and do they have lifeguard experience. TRIPADVISOR.COM  Also has some very honest reviews that families like your…

Eddie surf contest Went!

After 31 Years, The 2016 “Eddie” Goes Down as the Biggest in History.   WAIMEA BAY, Oahu/Hawaii (Thursday, February 25, 2016) – John John Florence (HAW) brought a new style and a new generation to big wave surfing today by winning the Quiksilver in Memory of Eddie Aikau Big Wave Invitational, a World Surf League Specialty Event, in waves of up to 60-feet. Florence won $75,000 – the biggest purse in Big Wave riding, with a 4-wave total of 301 out of 400 points.   “I was excited just to be part of the event,” said Florence. “I was so nervous, I thought, oh gosh, I just gotta get through this day and hopefully get a couple of waves! “I was riding my bike down here this-morning in the dark and just the energy of how many people were parked…

SURF LESSONS ON OAHU

There are many surf schools on Oahu!  It is hard to choose from so many schools!  When your choosing your surf school for yourself or your family just make sure the surf school is a permitted schools that has safety certifications. make sure the school is capable of looking out for your safety for you…

NORTH SHORE OF OAHU AND PIPELINE

North Shore, Oahu If there is such a thing as a perfect wave, you’ll likely find it on Oahu’s North Shore. The big, glassy winter waves of this legendary surf mecca attract the best surfers in the world, while summer waves are far smaller and more gentle – all of which makes the North Shore the perfect surf spot for beginners and veterans alike. Stretching for more than 7 miles, the beaches of the North Shore host the world’s premier surfing competitions during the peak, winter months, including the Super Bowl of wave riding, the Vans Triple Crown of Surfing (November – December). Stroll in the thick sands of Waimea Bay, Ehukai Beach (Banzai Pipeline) and Sunset Beach — just leave the surfing to the pros. The months between November and February are the best times to watch big wave…

Sharks cove snorkeling beach

Sharks Cove has been rated by Scuba Diving Magazine as one of the “Top Twelve Shore Dives in the World”.  Located on Oahu’s world famous North Shore, this small rocky bay forms part of Pupukea Beach Park and boasts blue water and an impressive amount of sea life.  The bottom is made up of large…

The north shore of Oahu

  A sign announcing the entrance to the community of Haleʻiwa, the North Shore’s largest settlement. The North Shore, in the context of geography of the Island of Oʻahu, refers to the north-facing coastal area of Oʻahu between Kaʻena Point and Kahuku Point. The largest settlement is Haleʻiwa. This area is best known for its massive waves, attracting surfers from all around the globe. Contents  [hide]  1 Surfing 2 Learning to surf 3 Television and film 4 Accommodation 5 Notable residents 6 References 7 External links Surfing[edit] A surfer navigating a wave during an amateur competition at the North Shore’s Banzai Pipeline. The northern hemisphere winter months on the North Shore see a concentration of surfing activity, taking advantage of swells originating in the stormy North Pacific. Notable surfing spots include Waimea Bay and Sunset Beach. The spot of Ehukai…

my Golden Retrievers

Are you a Golden retriever lover like I am.. This is kaya and she is my faithful friend who helps me teach surf lessons everyday!  She is the sweetest most loving dog ever!  She loves the water and is more like a seal that wants to surf with you and lick you to death. She…

Humpback whales of Hawaii

Whale Watching in Hawaii What are humpback whales? Kohola (humpback whales) are one of the larger species of baleen whales, with adult males ranging between 40 and 52 feet and weighing up to 45 tons. Despite their size, humpback whales are surprisingly graceful acrobats. Keep your eye on the ocean and you might see one “breach,” propelling up to 40 percent of its body out of the water and landing on its side with a spectacular splash. If you’ve ever heard a whale song, you’ve listened to a male humpback whale. Their haunting melodies can be heard underwater from up to twelve miles away. Why do whales come to Hawaii? Just as our idyllic weather beckons to tourists around the world, the warm shallow waters (less than 600 feet) surrounding the main Hawaiian Islands are a favorite destination for humpback…

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