Surf Summary & News Breaks sponsored by the VANS Triple Crown of Surfing
Your exclusive SNN Observations for Aloha Friday 12/6/13
Clear, cool, sunny skies. Light N-E winds; most all shorelines will get onshore seabreeze mush from about midday.
NORTH: Old NNW dropping, with a new NW reinforcement filling in throughout the day, waves are currently in the 2-4' range, and picking up to 3-5' later. Smooth & clean conditions in the am thanks to the light NE breeze, mushing midday from onshore seabreeze flow, before glassing off again near sundown; cool, calm morning. West: Makaha down on the old NNW, and 1-2' occas 3' sets, not showing the new NW just yet, but filling in throughout the day, topping out around 4' by sundown; glassy & smooth early; later its variable bumpiness. Town Side: Ala Moana, Kaisers, Kewalos are holding 0-1' on a 11 sec S; clear, smooth, calm. Diamond Head: Holding at 0-1' with lite am bumpiness and onshores later. SANDYS: Down a pinch from the East swell and pinch of S at 1-2' occ + with good smooth conditions & just a light breeze. Waves from Half Point to the shorepound and good sand bars. East: Makapu'u: Down just a hair and holding on the E swell at 1-2'+ on the left; nice lines.
The Pipe Masters starts Sunday Dec 8-20 for the World Title Throw Down, Show Down! The forecast say GO on day one of the holding period with a 6-8' NNW at 14 seconds. Go HERE
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Congrats to Zeke Lau - Winner of the Vans World Cup of Surfing at Sunset Beach!
Congratulations to Michel Bourez - winner of the Reef Hawaiian Pro at Ali'i Beach.
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