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Encyclopedia of Surfing | Canoe Surfing

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Canoe surfing is hundreds of years old. It has given thrills aplenty to Waikiki tourists, and canoe surfers today are riding places like Waimea. A smooth, fast, and incredibly dangerous way to surf.

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– Surfer –
Duke Kahanamoku
Mark Healey

– Location –
Waikiki Beach, Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaii
Waimea Bay, North Shore, Oahu, Hawaii
Dana Point, California

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Bruce Browne
John Severson
Mark Healey
Greg Noll

– Written by –
Matt Warshaw

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