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Best surf spots in hawaii??« on: March 25 2008 14:03:00 »
My fiance and I are getting married in june and taking our honeymoon in hawaii. My future husband has been a surfer practically his whole life living in California. I know he wants to go surfing SOOO bad while we're there, and I would like to know the best spots so I can book our trip somewhere close. Please help!!
RE: Best surf spots in hawaii??« Reply #1 on: March 26 2008 18:03:00 »
All depends on what time of year you go. If it's next winter go to the North Shore.
RE: Best surf spots in hawaii??« Reply #2 on: March 27 2008 05:03:00 »
South Shore spots, the North Shore will likely be a lake. Honeymoon time? If you haven't planned your stay, I highly recommend a few days at the Royal Hawaiian, stay in the older building, not the newer high rise. It is an unbelievable place, very romantic. Best of luck in your future.
RE: Best surf spots in hawaii??« Reply #3 on: March 27 2008 06:03:00 »
One more thing, get a room with a view of Diamond Head, not the garden.
RE: Best surf spots in hawaii??« Reply #4 on: March 27 2008 15:03:00 »
Tuberculosus tit boy (TTB) mis-spoke per usual; I'd wait all week for that regular pulse (evane in summer!) at Pipe or Rockie's at 2'-3'; it'll barrel you and give you a taste of power the slow-rollers at Ewa won't!
RE: Best surf spots in hawaii??« Reply #5 on: March 28 2008 04:03:00 »
P-Boiz misread as usual, I said "likely will be a lake". Sure, if there is a swell, hit it! BTW, if there IS a swell, Sunset will pick it up before Pipeline does. Hollow barrels at Pipeline in the summer? Head dips, more likely. The sand in summer covers the reef and you get rollers, not barrels. Maybe at the end section a short barrel, but the wave looks nothing like what you get wintertime.
RE: Best surf spots in hawaii??« Reply #6 on: March 29 2008 22:03:00 »
say hello to the crew at paradise cove ... also jackie as well