There’s a couple reasons we love summertime in the South Pacific. One is the fact that the typical tradewinds from the south-east begin to die down , bringing the light and variable winds that turn on all the hidden nooks and crannies . The other is that we start to see swells coming down from the North Pacific, first hitting the Hawaiian Islands and then working their way down towards us within the next 48 hours. This November was no different and after seeing Jaws on Maui come out of hibernation we knew to get ready. Sure enough, the following morning at first light revealed what we had been hoping and waiting for, the Samoan P-Pass on steroids. Only a few takers and it did this two days in a row. Fa’afetai tele lava Samoa!