Eric Haas On Surfers Journal® and on Inter-Island Surf Shop®

Eric Haas, photo by Noa Noa Napoleon - The Drop - Sunset Beach Surf ClubEric Haas, photo by Noa Noa Napoleon - The Drop - Sunset Beach Surf ClubEric Haas, photo by Noa Noa Napoleon - The Drop - Sunset Beach Surf Club

He’s one of the best surfers in the world and you’ve probably never heard of him. With a legendary reputation and high praise from world-renowned watermen, he remains an enigma, a single soul drifting through a life of countless waves. His name: Walter Eric Haas.

... CLICK HERE to read this excellent article by Jeff Johnson
on Surfers Journal® from 2000 complete!!!

Hawai‘i’s Oldest Restaurants Are Still ‘Ono After All These Years

Inside One of the Craziest Long Weekends of Lifeguard Rescues in Oahu History – from Outside Online

"During the second week of July on the island of Oahu, no one could stop talking about the huge incoming south swell. News of it was a hot topic among lifeguards, residents, and visitors alike, and as John Titchen, chief of Honolulu’s Ocean Safety Division, traded texts and emails with other local emergency-response-system staffs in preparation, he noted the anticipation and considered the consequences."

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"Between Friday, July 15, and Monday, July 18, Oahu lifeguards made 2,105 rescues on the southern, windward (east), and leeward (west) coasts, including 800 on Sunday alone. For perspective, the entire island has tallied an average of 2,400 rescues annually for the past two years."

Inter-Island Surf Shop David Darling Interview

One of the premier 1960s surf photographers, David Darling, stopped by Inter-Island Surf Shop where he was interviewed by the proprietor, Barry Morrison.
Here is that interview. 36 minutes long

Inter-Island Surf Shop Rick Martell Interview

A long lost surfer from the early 1960s arrived on the doorsteps of Inter-Island Surf Shop and consented to be interviewed by Barry Morrison.
Here is that interview. 36 minutes long

RSS Oahu Surf

  • EHUKAI reported 6-10 ft at 2:20 PM HST.
    Wind is VRB 5-10.
  • MAKAHA reported 3-4 ft at 2:20 PM HST.
    Wind is W 5.
  • MAKAPUU reported 3-5 ft at 2:20 PM HST.
    Wind is NE 5.
  • SANDY BEACH reported 2-3 ft at 2:20 PM HST.
    Wind is NE 5-10. SHORE BREAK
  • WAIKIKI reported 0-1 ft at 2:20 PM HST.
    Wind is VRB 10. CANOES
  • SUNSET reported 6-8 ft at 5:30 AM HST.
    Wind is VRB 5.
  • DIAMOND HEAD reported 1-2 ft at 7:00 AM HST.
    Wind is NE 5.
  • Surf Forecast for Oahu
    NOTE: Please check with local authorities regarding beach closures. Surf along north facing shores will be 3 to 5 feet today, lowering to 1 to 3 feet Friday. Surf along east facing shores will be 2 to 4 feet through Friday. Surf along south facing shores will be 2 to 4 feet today, rising to […]
  • Oahu Surf Hazards
    No high surf advisory or warnings.

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