I passed on the foiling, but conditions looked fun.
And that's how good 30 knots of offshore wind make Thousand Peaks look. Unfortunately you can't really surf it like that, but if you're lucky/patient enough, sometimes you can find a temporary lull in the wind and score short, uncrowded, really good sessions.
3/4am significant buoy readings
3.3ft @ 14s from 194° (SSW)
2.4ft @ 14s from 175° (S)
3.2ft @ 15s from 152° (SSE)
South swell slowly coming down in period, yesterday probably saw the biggest sizes in the water. Some spots like shorter periods though, so I just like the whole cycle of the rise and fall of a swell. Plenty waves on tap also today for the south facing shores of this wonderful island that humans call Maui.
North Pacific keeps showing nice little NW fetches in addition to the trades' windswell one. Pretty good May for the wind propelled wave riders so far.
South Pacific shows a very intense fetch SW of the Tasman Sea. I'm going to Fiji tomorrow and that's a bit scary.