By Ohana Surf Project

No, it is very unlikely to be stung by jellyfish or anything else in the water for that matter. You may occasionally see sea turtles, seals, and other small fish in the surf area. If you’re lucky you’ll see dolphins further out or whales jumping on the horizon during the winter season.  Occasionally, you may encounter bees drowning in the ocean, if you are allergic to bees do inform us ahead of time.  It is possible, but very rare to encounter jelly fish & even rarer to see sharks.  Even on the cyclical days of the month that jellyfish may be more present, it is still very rare to find one in the area where we surf, these days are the 8th, 9th & 10th day after a full moon.  Jellyfish stings may be uncomfortable, but are by no means something that requires medical attention (unless you have an allergy).  If you are at all concerned about jellyfish we recommend wearing pants such as yoga or work out pants to help protect the skin.  Our long sleeve surf shirts provide protection for the upper body.