Grab one and let’s go!
Seeing this “Surfboard Row” reminds me of a similar view in Waikiki. Surfing is an amazing sport because you can have great fun as an absolute beginner with zero experience yet you can also progress to the highest possible levels that require incredible skill. If you’ve been to Hawaii and never gone surfing – you’re missing out – big time! Don’t into the water by yourself – get with a surf instructor and go out with a pro – you’ll love it!
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Most of these look like tow-in boards. Probably won’t see these at Waikiki. Can you guess why? I taught myself to surf at Waikiki and rented a board locker back in the late 60’s. Summer of love for two years.
Surf by day, chase by night.
Yeah good point. But I don’t know if any public surf racks on the north shore
Where is this?
I wasn’t given a specific location, but there are surf racks in Waikiki that look just like this