This is Dave Kalama whose flawless foiling inspired my to get in the water and try to do the same.
This is another video of the wing foiling kids. This is the most exciting wind related new sport I've seen since I moved to Maui 18 years ago and that's why I did some myself (at Kanaha) on a borrowed HST wing. Lots of fun, but obviously not good for my trigger finger, if it wasn't for which, I'd probably own a quiver of wings already.
5am significant buoy readings and discussion
Wind map at noon... or should I say winG map at noon?
North Pacific has the windswell fetch reinforced by Flossie's wind now extremely close and that very remote west fetch.
The big/strong Tasman Sea fetch has now moved across New Zealand and is now aiming to our east, but we should get some angular spreading.
Morning sky shows a peculiarly cloud free storm. You can see the counter clockwise rotation of the winds, but clouds only in the red circle.