Maui offers many different beaches with waves suitable for all surfing skill levels! On the southern and western shores of Maui, the summer waves consist of long, gently rolling sets, ideal for learning how to surf. There is also plenty of experienced to professional world-class surfing on Maui, especially on the north coast and in the winter. Honolua Bay is world class surfing wave and home to a mesmerizing right-hand point break, and Hookipa is known as the best place in the world to windsurf. Peahi, also known as Jaws, is one of the biggest ridable waves on the planet, and can reach up to 50 feet overhead. During a southern swell, more experienced surfers flock to the Maalaea Pipeline, arguably the fastest right-hand break in the state. WSL Maui Women's Pro and WSL Pe'ahi Challenge are held here each year.