To celebrate International Surfing Day Surfrider Oahu, Sustainable Coastlines, Kokua Hawaii Foundation,Method Cleaning Products, Barefoot Wines and Plastic Free Hawaii will be teaming up to host two clean ups along with a group surf on the actual International Surfing Day.
The Town clean up will be at Diamond Head on Sunday June 17th. We will be meeting at the main (newly renovated) trail at 9:30AM. After the clean up we will be treated to live music and food at Tikis Bar and Grill just down the street in Waikiki.
In the middle of the week (Wednesday June 20) is actual International Surfing Day. We will be figuring out the best spot to go, depending on the amount of people and waves, for a group surf and then hopefully continue the celebration at a venue close to where we surf.
Day 4 is ON for rounda 3-4...We've moved now at Restaurants which is 3-6' and running up to 2 football fields with 15 second barrels.
Cloud Break is a bit funky at 6-10'. Everyone is still buzzing and talking about Friday's amazing waves and surfers charging 10-15' SSW (15-25' faces).
Volcom could not have jumped back in at a better time. This is good Karma. Bringin' it back to Fiji. AI is pumping his fist to the sky.
Click in for the EPIC DAY in surf history. More vid to come and more minds to blow.
Montgomery "Buttons" Kaluhiokalani is a surf legend. The boy with the open smile blew the 1970's with a set of surf lines and maneuvers, which were featured in the timeless surf movie "Many Classic Moments".
Kaluhiokalani was born on the North Shore, in Hawaii, on March 30th, 1958. He started surfing at Waikiki, when he was seven years old. After experiencing the first waves in a paipo board, Buttons tried the first tricks, as his famous easy switch foot.
His famous African hair was a trademark and surf photographer Jeff Divine captured his iconicfingerpeace sign picture. Hit up Buttons Surf School HERE
Heat content anomalies (average temperatures in the upper 300m of the ocean) in the equatorial Pacific
There is a 50% chance that El Niño conditions will develop during the second half of 2012
Surf News, 7 June, 2012 : ENSO-neutral conditions prevailed in May 2012, following the dissipation of La Niña in April. Sea surface temperatures (SSTs) are currently near average across most of the equatorial Pacific Ocean, and above-average in the far eastern Pacific. The Niño 4 and Niño 3.4 indices were near zero during most of May, while the Niño 3 and Niño 1+2 indices remained positive.
Freesurf Session Goes Off in Massive Cloudbreak After 2 Heats of The VolcomFiji Pro.
After a week of intense storms in the Tasman Sea, giant lines of swell finally marched onto Cloudbreak reef off the island of Tavarua (Fiji) giving organizers of the Volcom Fiji Pro an opportunity to press the green light following three competition lazy days.
The last two heats of Round 2 entered the water to be greeted by some of the biggest and most spectacular waves ever seen in ASP history. Australian's Bede Durbidge and Adam Melling were the first test pilots and played cat and mouse throughout the heat. Durbidge edged out Melling with some committed hacks on the huge waves.
Incredible 2 heats and then it was off and on the rest of the day. We also had only one injury. There was some insane free sessions. More photos and video's to come. The world’s best surfers have returned to the crystal-clear shores of Cloudbreak and Restaurants on Fiji after a five-year hiatus. The window of opportunity for the revered Volcom Fiji Pro set for June 3-15, so stay tuned for the next round of the fourth event of the ASP World Championship Tour.
New bodyboards are usually marketed without the leash plug installed, so that you can select the place that best suits your wave riding style. Some riders prefer bodyboard leashes placed on the left side, others put it on the right side and there are bodyboarders who do install it centered, close to the nose.
Installing a bodyboard leash is fast and easy. You'll only need a pencil, a screwdriver, a lighter and a ruler. In five minutes, your new bodyboard will be ready to roll.
$5 requested at door for charity of Dan’s choice | Event will also be streamed live....
In 1975, at age 18, Dan Moore migrated from the small waves of Florida to Hawaii’s big wave Mecca, encountering “near-death experiences almost daily”. He invested the next 30+ years into huge winter surf and, in 2004, towed into and rode the biggest wave in history: a 68-foot behemoth at Jaws, on Maui.
Surf News, 4 June, 2012 : Cloudbreak Tavarua/Fiji -- Cloudbreak turned on once again for the world’s best surfers as the opening 10 heats of the elimination Round 2 of the Volcom Fiji Pro were completed in clean four-to-six foot (1 – 1.5 metre) waves at the primary event venue.
Event No. 4 of 10 on the 2012 ASP World Championship Tour, the Volcom Fiji Pro took advantage of the conditions on offer at Cloudbreak with the top seeds controlling the day’s tempo, taking nine wins from 10 heats.
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NORTH SHORE OCEAN FEST
June 9th at Turtle Bay on the Bay View Beach Lawn
Turtle Bay Resort HERE will be the first fundraiser for the newly formed North Shore Ocean Education Coalition to support K-12 ocean education for school children and youth from Ka’a’awa to Waialua.
NORTH SHORE OCEAN FEST will include: Poster Contest awards for children K-12; Educational booths; Speakers; Films; Silent Auction; Keiki activities; Wyland fine art posters; Food; Vendor booths; Music/Hula and much, much more! Bring your family to this FREE event to benefit our keiki.
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