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07 Apr, 2017

Flashback to 1993: One of the Most Dangerous Water Rescues Ever Attempted

07 Apr, 2017

Since its inception in the early 1990’s, the Hawaiian Water Patrol have become the stuff of legend within the water safety community, representing the best of the best, constantly tested in Hawaii’s treacherous waters and abroad. Brian Keaulana and Terry Ahue founded the group and developed the PWC rescue...

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12 Jan, 2017

How to be a pro surfer in 2017

12 Jan, 2017

Surf brands are perpetually combing the beaches of the world for new rising talent, in hopes of discovering the next Kelly Slater, John John Florence, Dane Reynolds, etc… And while a certain level of competitive skill is a prerequisite, that’s not the only requirement for becoming a surf star. There’s the...

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06 Jan, 2017

Surf World Buzzes About New Wavegarden Technology

06 Jan, 2017

Ever know a juicy secret yet have to keep your lips sealed for what seems like an eternity? Torture! Well that’s what the Honokea team has been enduring lately. Our brilliant Spanish partners at Wavegarden have been working on a completely new wave pool for the last few years,...

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13 Dec, 2016

Searching for the Ultimate Eco Surfer

13 Dec, 2016

We probably don’t need to remind you that the earth is in trouble, and its up to us to help. Recent generations of humanity have been ingrained with a more sustainable mindset, and thankfully the retail industry is taking note. Most surf products were originally invented with function in...

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01 Dec, 2016

Brian Keaulana Continues Quest to Make Surfing Safer

01 Dec, 2016

Unfortunately it often takes something bad to happen in order for there to be a change for the better. Such is the case with the recent uptick in water safety training in big wave surfing. In March of 2011, underground Hawaiian charger Sion Milosky drowned while surfing Maverick’s in...

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15 Nov, 2016

What Guests Are Saying About NLand Surf

15 Nov, 2016

After nearly 4 years of development, America’s first surf park, NLand Surf, in Austin, TX, is finally open. As with anything new and groundbreaking, the project has seen its share of challenges. First, a permitting issue with Travis County stalled the grand opening this Summer. Now, damage to the filtration...

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