The board was definitely less yawy that mine, but it was still extremely hard nonetheless to catch those slopy little bumps. It was one of the hardest attempts actually, as there was too much medium period energy being bent by the outside reefs to a direction parallel to the coast and interfering with the pure wind chop (which is what you want to take off). I got up 4 times, but only to fly 20-30 seconds. Next time, back to Kihei, much easier. But it was great to be alone in the wild ocean out there.
Since we're in foiling mode, this video just came out.
5am significant buoy readings and discussion
0.7ft @ 15s from 207° (SSW)
Tiny bit of Tasman Sea energy at Lanai, check the Lahaina webcam if interested.
8.2ft @ 9s from 45° (NE)
Wind map at noon (the other ones can be found at link n.-2 of GP's meteo websites list in the right column).
North Pacific has a small NW fetch and the windswell fetch.
Nothing from the South.
PS. I'm aware the wind meter on my roof is not transmitting anymore, but I'll wait for better weather to try and replace the battery.