Hui O He’e Nalu

The Hui O He’e Nalu, which literally means “Club of Wave Riders“, was officially established in 1976 by a core group of North Shore waveriders to protect the rights of hawaiian and local non-hawaiian surfers. Over the years, the club’s atmosphere has become more family (or “Ohana“) oriented with positive community related goals.

About Da Hui

Generally known as DA HUI (Da is Pidgin English for "the", and Hui in this instance meaning "club" or "clan"), the present members, who value Da Hui’s traditions, are also great ocean sportsmen & women who demand respect for the protection of the island’s environment (focused on the land and the ocean) and for the Hawaiian culture and its traditions.