Wednesday, 5 January 2022

A monster storm consisting of twin lows pushing off Japan and the Kuril Islands with severe gales to storm forces winds over a huge area pushes seas in excess of 30ft to within 1000nm of Hawaii.

Monday, 3 January 2022

The drop in size is short-lived as an XL swell event builds in for the weekend 8/9 Jan. This swell will be generated by one of the powerful storms pushing off Japan as part of the huge cyclonic gyre covering the North Pacific. 

Friday, 31 December 2021

Stronger surf fills in next week as a more winter-calibre storm pattern begins to set in, with storms off Japan following a favourable jet stream pattern.

Wednesday, 29 December 2021

Following that a severe winter storm forming north of the Aleutian arc this weekend and swinging from the Alaska Peninsula with storm force winds is aimed mostly at West Coast USA targets.

Monday, 27 December 2021

Swell eases Wed before two more pulses of NW swell, generated by fronts pushing off the Kuril Islands, before being shunted up towards the Aleutian Islands.

Friday, 24 December 2021

W/NW energy from severe gales between Hokkaido and Honshu  is expected to build surf Mon with 13-15 second period energy seeing wave heights rise to Hawaiian 4-5ft. Peaking Tues in the 6ft+ range before easing during the day. Lighter E’ly trades suggest an excellent day of surfing.

Wednesday, 22 December 2021

A strong high drifting into the Gulf of Alaska towards the west coast is maintaining a firm ridge extending from the coast of British Columbia into the Central North Pacific, with angular spread from the predominant N’ly fetch producing a N/NE swell for Hawaii’s North Shore.

Thursday, 7 March 2019

Large NW groundswell for Hawaii over the weekend, with a fun swell for Micronesia and plenty of trade-swell for PNG.

Tuesday, 5 March 2019

An improvement in the surf and winds from the weekend with large clean and challenging waves for experienced surfers.

Thursday, 28 February 2019

Easing swell and then nothing significant on the North Shore until next weekend, much better in PNG.