The Grip of the Rip | Ocean Girl Project| Ocean News | Rip Currents

What is a rip current? Rip currents are channeled currents of water flowing away from shore. They generally begin from the shoreline and head through the surf zone – past the line of breaking waves. Some people mistakenly call this undertow. It is important to understand that there is no undertow, just water moving away…

Sustainable Ocean Arts and Gifts by Ocean Girl Project Volunteers Holiday Event

Handmade soaps from Colleen Kudo, beautiful candle holders and water colors from Jan Hayashi, gorgeous jewelry from Jeannie Chesser, divine shell art from Billie Farrell, exotic jewels from Ali Bayless, crocheted goodies and hand drawn Christmas cards from Kaily Wakefield, and so much more!!

Mahalo Ocean Girl Surf Camp supporters!

Some of the tremendous reef fish we love, Ocean Girls , Surfing Pros and Surfing Legends who support Ocean Girl Project! Next time you see them in the lineup, say Aloha and MAHALO for your courage and stoke!!

University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa Summer Sessions | KIDS FIRST! Film Festival

Celebrate World Oceans Month UHM KIDS FIRST! Film Festival 2013 takes a field trip to the Waikīkī Aquarium to celebrate National Ocean Month. KIDS FIRST! films screen throughout the day on June 26 in the Aquarium’s SeaVisions Theatre. The Dive Into Your Imagination® series, produced by ocean educator Annie Crawley: last one is June 26:…

Duckdiving under Hawaiian waves, learn how to do it!

Allie Brown duck diving beneath the Hawaiian waves, Sarah Lee/Caters News Duckdiving;  What is it and How to Do it Below are some duckdive basics, and a reminder to every surfer that successful maneuvers happen when you truly relax. As my friend, pro surfer Nancy Emerson says, learning to relax is the key to successful…