Being the biggest, it's the one with the most lift, but also the slowest (I describe the difference that the size of the foil makes in this post). It was consequently hard (lots of front foot pressure required) not to overfoil on the drop on the breaking waves, as they were chest to head high on the reef, but it was perfect for the very soft bump that continues to roll on the inside.
Here's a video clip filmed by a friend. Every little change of direction generates lift and is dictated by the contour of the bump, which you can't really see. It might not look like it a lot of fun, but it is, as I'm foiling mostly thanks to the energy in the water. As a matter of fact, you can see that I won't be able to foil right away after the tack on the inside. 8-10 knots is my guess on the wind, the sail is a 4.3. I don't have/want a bigger one, as it will feel heavy/draggy while foiling.
4am significant buoy readings
1.8ft @ 17s from 253° (WSW)
Wind map at noon.
North Pacific has a strong NW fetch.
South Pacific has a wide but fairly weak fetch.