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  1. Jeff Church

    I had a old surfing friend from Santa Barbara that had cancer the same time as Rell.She used to call him and encourge him.She was sick at time herself,but she was still looking out for others.I never had the chance to meet her but fell in Love with her like so many others.The Mother Teresa of Surfing

  2. john kruse

    in your story about my brother eddie, first its a good one but you have some inaccurate info,so here goes as i saw it: 1.north star is hokupa’a, hokule’a is actually acturus in ursa major star group 2.there was no leak, however, one of the starboard hatch covers blew off from a large wave so when trying to put a bungee strap on the cover, more water poured into this compartment, making the waka list to starboard(right side), eddie was trying to steer the waka off to starboard, and at the same time crewmembers were called up to “all hands on deck”to bring down the sails/cut them down to take the wind off of sails, we were going about 8 knots heading towards kamalapau wharf on lana’i island, but because the listing to starboard and sails were still full on wind, the portside hull slowly lifted up and went over, 3. the aircraft was a hawiian airlines commercial flight coming from kahului airport, maui, this was the second to the last flight, so when heard the sound, leon fired a red flare(distress signal) towards the sound of aircraft,consequentually, the flare came up almost in front of aircraft cockpit, the pilots came below the lower clouds and saw the waka upside down with crewmembers clinging to the portside hulls swimstep, all in all, good to get right info, theres not a singleday that goes by that i don’t think about that time, i miss him, ka kite ano-jk

  3. admin

    Hi John,
    Thank you for your detailed response to Rex’s story. She spent a lot of time talking to many people trying to get it right. Rex knows a lot of people on the north shore surf community. We’ll look at the story and update with some of your comments.
    Matt Eagle

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  11. Barbara Radbel Myers


    My husband and I are traveling to Hawaii for the first time….I would love to know more about the Hawaii Surf Association Series….I understand you will be in Oahu, November 7, 2016. Can you inform me of the particulars. We will be staying in Honolulu until 11/9 at the Hilton Hawaiian Village. Are there going to be buses or some type of transfer services to the North Shore….Is there a cost for being a looker…..and want to watch the talent of the surfers….I also recently saw a surfer who lost her arm to a shark attack…..I was president of the National Wheelchair Basketball association for Juniors. I was just inducted to the Hall of Fame for my love and time for the development of Physically Handicapped children across the United states. I love sports and am so excited to be in Hawaii and then to be able to watch a sport that I’ve never witnessed in person….is so exciting to me….Thanks for any information Barbara Radbel-Myers

    1. admin

      Most surf events in Hawaii occur annually. July should be a good month for south shore events. Follow my calendar and follow the event promoter.


        Aloha this seems to be old dates when will it be updated for all contests for 2017?
        please advise
        Mahalo Sara

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  14. Deb

    I’d LOVE to be able to rent a house right on the beach for one of these championships. It’s been a lifelong dream to live there, however that’s been impossible. I have been Blessed being able to visit Waikiki and driven along the North Shore twice in the last 5 years..but since seeing true paradise I have not been able to visit my own Beach, Virginia Beach. I have this one last trip left in me, where would you recommend for the best view?

  15. Bill Allen

    Jimmy and Rabbit taught me how to surf back in 1956! What a legacy!! Propliner travel was like going to a different planet!

  16. Nadine Tremblay

    Is it free to see the competition at banzai pipeline the january 5 and 6?
    Is it in the morning or afternoon?

  17. Cindie Ogata

    Is there anything about how to keep our ocean’s clean? Or how to be a good visitor? If not, may I contribute?

  18. renee

    i was wondering what longboarding contest are happening this year that anyone over 18 can enter if you could please email me.
    mahalo xx

  19. Courtney

    Is the North Shore Surf Shop Pro Junior from March 16 to the 27 at the banzai pipeline still on for this year? If so what times?

  20. jerry moore

    Dear Sir/Madam
    Am Mr Jerry Moore and i would like to order STAND UP PADDLE BOARD from you and would like to know if you have some in stock as well as the prices and payment options.Thank you and waiting to hear from you as soon as possible.



  21. Paul Hagen

    My grandson may be in the menehunie Surf contest in Haleiwa In October… I am trying to get his uncles together and for us all to come over from California .. it may be his last year in this contest and we want to support him all we can …. I know it is difficult to know when the contest will be .. but if you could give me some idea of what the window will be .. I can get tickets for us toco e over .. any response from you would be appreciated
    Mahalo Paul Hagen

  22. Jason

    Aloha — I enjoyed your article. A good intro to SUP and lots of good tips included in it.

    One of the things that I’ve noticed is really lacking in our sport is educating parents on children’s SUP safety practices. I just put together a fun little infographic which has an easy checklist that parents can follow to keep their kids safe on the water this summer — maybe it’s a resource that would help some people here.

    Here’s the link — if you like it, I’d be so appreciative if you would help me spread the word to parents:


    Keep up the great work, and happy paddling!