Waimea Bay

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Wai·me·a Bay

An inlet of the Pacific Ocean on the north shore of the island of Oahu in Hawaii.
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Near-death experience: Waimea Bay underwater-cave tunnel
Home to Sunset Beach, Waimea Bay Beach Park and the infamous Eehukai Beach, most famous for the Banzai Pipeline (a surf reef break, when waves are broken by reefs and form pipe-like waves).
Surfers from all over the world flock to the North Shore of Oahu to surf the waves at Pipeline, Waimea Bay and Sunset Beach, which are the gems of the stretch of coast known as the '7 Mile Miracle.
Scherzinger tweeted lots of beautiful landscape pictures, as she showed off beautiful Hawaii's sights, including Waimea Bay and Pearl Harbor.
NORTH SHORE: An hour's drive from Waikiki takes you to Banzai Pipeline, Waimea Bay, and Sunset Beach-three of Oahu's most famous surf spots.
Popularly known as "The Eddie," the competition is held only when waves top 20 feet in Waimea Bay.
Popularly known as "The Eddie,'' the competition is held only when waves top 6 metres in Waimea Bay.
Adrenaline--seeking surfers, often with years of experience, travel to this island every winter to charge Pipeline, Waimea Bay, Sunset, Haleiwa, and other popular spots along the North Shore of Oahu.
Many of his photographs are shot at Waimea Bay in Hawaii - the home of surfing, immortalised in the lyrics of the Beach Boys' song Surfin' USA.
The dad-of-two, from Oahu, Hawaii, takes most of his shots in nearby Waimea Bay - made famous in the Beach Boys' song Surfin' USA.
Solomon, a native of Ventura and longtime Red Cross supporter and International Red Cross volunteer, died in December 1995 while surfing a 30-foot wave in Waimea Bay, Hawaii.