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Surfing Honolua Bay

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This is a large right hand wave which only really breaks in winter. It can be hollow. The minimum water temperature is 20dgrees so you can wear board shorts, but you'll need to bring a longer board. This wave is for advanced surfer only best surfing up to 12 feet high. It's also hard to park your car.

Written by  Merrick Davis.

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“Honolua Bay”

Honolua is one of the most perfect waves in the world when its on, which happens only on big winter swells. Competition for waves is fierce when Honolua is working well. Read more...

Written by  Mike Lyvers.

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