Another day of fun wavesailing at Hookipa. The windswell held, even though not quite as big as yesterday, but still... it's summer time in Maui, I'll take it!
First photo of the day is Michi that must have had a big sail, since he was going pretty high in his backloops.
Philippe didn't go as high, but he took a foot off... not easy.
Now I understand the whole concept behind the Crossfire... it's to help the photographers! This is Jace.
Notoriously, Jake spends summer time in the Gorge. Unless there's waves at Hookipa, I guess... mmm, how does that work?
Luke got this sail from his multi-sponsored brother Levi and tried to take all the stickers off. "They just wouldn't come off, so I decided to spray paint it"...
Andres got in the water a bit late, but still in time for a few rolls.
Anatol trying to destroy his rig.
Griffin had to do some extra work today because I forgot my cell phone home. I'll reward him with a photo.
Aerials were difficult today because the wind was a bit onshore. But Pascal is a master in that department.
I love this photo. A windsurfers does a radical jump while a couple of standuppers enjoy their downwinder. It's a big ocean and there's room and fun for everybody.
What did I just say? Let me take that back...
This is the result of an INTENTIONAL collision.
No matter what happened before, shit like that should not happen. We're out there to have fun, not to fight!
Oh, forgot... we're human beings...
Here's the Mokapu point buoy reading as of Tuesday afternoon.
The windswell is still up, but the wind is supposed to get lighter. Maybe one more day? We'll see...