Fast waves though, it was hard to make sections.
The other three were at thousand peaks that was good all day. I rode all kinds of board, from an early Craigslist score of a 5.10 twin keel glassed on fins Smith fish to a 9.4 single fin Tudor nose rider from the shop (gonna buy that board whenever it will for sale). In this photo, I'm riding the longboard and I somehow managed to hit that close out lip and come down with it.
Plenty nice little walls like this, if you avoided the closeouts.
South Pacific map still shows a strong Tasman Sea fetch, which means more waves today. It's been a long lasting stretch of surf on the Lahaina side.
3am significant buoy readings.
4.7ft @ 6s from 39° (NE)
2.4ft @ 6s from 351° (N)
2.4ft @ 14s from 184° (S)
North Pacific map shows a close NNE fetch (responsible for the 6 and 7s readings at Pauwela) and a distant NW one.
South Pacific map shows a decent fetch SE of New Zealand that is going to get better tomorrow. Good south swell in a week.