Hawaii Surf Reports

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Surf Report/Forecast

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 April 22-23, 2021




Forecast through next Thursday
A small to moderate northwest swell will lead to a bump in surf along north and west facing shores…declining through Friday. A small to moderate, long-period west-northwest swell is slated to arrive next Monday night and peak Tuesday…followed by a slow decline. A continuous stream of small, but long- period swell from the south and southwest will maintain small surf along south facing shores throughout the forecast period. Surf along the east facing shores will be on the rise Friday and Saturday, when the returning trades turn stronger. Expect surf to build to small to moderate heights, then diminish Monday as the trade winds weaken.  

Maui Beaches
Hana:    1-2  (measured in feet)
Hookipa:   2-3  
Kanaha:      2+  
Kihei:        1  
Maalaea Bay:      1+
Lahaina:          1-2  
Upper West:      2

Oahu Beaches
North Shore:   2-3+
West Shore:    2+
South Shores:    1-2
East Shores:  1-2

Big Island
North Shore:    2-3
West Shore:    2
South Shores:    1-2
East Shores:   1-2

Kauai
North Shore:     2-3+
West Shore:       2+
South Shore:   1+
East Shore:       1+

>>> The actual wave face sizes…are about twice the numbers noted above

Buoy 51000 Buoy 51100 Buoy 51003 Buoy 51004
Waimea Buoy Kailua Buoy Lanai Buoy Barbers Point #2 Pauwela Maui Hilo Bay Kaneohe Bay Hanalei Kauai Kilo Nalu
Pat Caldwell 
Island swell shadow lines for Kauai
Island swell shadow lines for Oahu
Island swell shadow lines for Maui
Island swell shadow lines for Big Island

NOAA Wave Model – animated
Oceanweather wave model

Stormsurf swell model – the Pacific
Stormsurf wave model – local Hawaiian Islands


2021 Hawaiian Tide Information