Lifeguards posted warning signs at Waimea Bay on Tuesday after sharks were spotted just offshore for the second day in a row. The pubic is urged to stay out of the water until further notice.
On Monday lifeguards saw aggressive sharks roughly 5 yards from shore. Shayne Enright of the city Emergency Services Department could not say how many sharks were in the area due to murky water caused by recent heavy rain.
On Thursday an aggressive 6- to 8-foot shark was seen feeding on fish about 30 yards offshore at Waimea Bay. Lifeguards kept signs posted Thursday and Friday.
Hokule‘a’s mahalo tour heads for Haleiwa
The Hokule‘a will set off from Sand Island on Thursday on its “Mahalo, Hawai‘i Sail” with its next stop in Haleiwa.
For 10 days, crew members will participate in community events and activities on Oahu’s North Shore highlighting the recent “Malama Honua” Worldwide Voyage.
An arrival ceremony is scheduled for 10 a.m. at Haleiwa Harbor on Saturday, followed by public canoe tours from 1 to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. School tours and visits are scheduled from Monday to Friday, in addition to talks at Surfer, the Bar at Turtle Bay Resort and at Waimea Valley. On Sept. 23 the Hokule‘a departs for Hanalei, Kauai.
Visit hokulea.com for a full schedule and updates.