A longboard and a SUP foiling session for me yesterday. No photo of the day, I’m gonna grab another shot by Dayanidhi Das from this article on Surfline. That’s Albee Layer and fortunately that’s not one of the two boards I got from him lately. But I’m sure he did plenty of that with them too.
This is just a random extract of the long term Surfline forecast for the north shore. It’s subscriber’s material (which I’m not supposed to share), so I won’t even indicate the dates, but – if it stays like that – that’s three big NW swells in a row (scale is 8-16 feet). It’s still winter in Hawaii.
4-5am significant buoy readings
No indication of southerly energy at the buoys, the Surfline forecast calls for 0.9f 16s. Below are the maps of Jan 20, 21 and 22 showing the distant and not particularly well oriented fetch where this low long period swell is coming from.
6.7ft @ 11s from 2° (N)
3.2ft @ 12s from 356° (N)
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