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This Is What Serene Looks Like

The waters were rough around Hawaii’s North Shore in Oahu, but it looks like things in this area are back to normal. Of course normal in Pipeline can be quite harrowing! 

Surf’s Up. Cool Down.

When the air temp is cooler than the water temp, you might feel inclined to hop on a party wave. On our Waimea Bay Cam in Hawaii’s North Shore, you can join the fun. You might even spot a rainbow. Did You Know? Waimea Bay was an influential surf spot during the dawn of big wave surfing

Summer Sun

It might only be May but the sun is ready for summer. If you need to cool down, why not visit Hawaii? Today on the Pipeline Live Cam – one of several Hawaii features you can find here – it’s a cool 66*. The surf report is 3-4 feet and the water is an easy 77*.

Meet Mike Prickett

On March 14, 2012, the internationally acclaimed Hawaiian underwater cinematographer Mike Prickett, was paralyzed in a diving accident in Tahiti. The doctors said  he had 6 months to see if he can ever walk again. We have followed Mike on his journey of healing and it began here. In this short video, meet Mike Prickett and

Surfing the Pipeline

The echoes of a mighty storm in the Pacific reach the north shores of Oahu Hawaii, creating ideal conditions for big wave surfers. Watch the surf video here and check the current conditions on the Pipeline Live Cam.

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