A prone foiling session for me on the south shore yesterday. This fellow foiler was at Hookipa in the middle of the day instead, enjoying conditions that were like a 5 for foiling, as he was going for a mini downwinder every time he went right. Conditions for surfing were like a 0.5. That's the magic of foiling.
Some of the other magic aspects of foiling are highlighted in this video.
Pavils was for a change uncrowded at sunset, but that's because it was slow and windy and not that great.
4am significant buoy readings
1.8ft @ 15s from 139° (SE)
2.7ft @ 14s from 167° (SSE)
2.2ft @ 15s from 167° (SSE)
Wind map at noon.
North Pacific has a decent windswell fetch.
South Pacific shows that strong fetch that was hugging the ice sheet yesterday now aiming to the east of us. We should get some angular spreading out of that.