City lifeguards have removed shark warning signs at Waikiki Beach near the Kapahulu Groin.
The signs were posted after a 10- to 12-foot shark was seen in the area around 10:30 a.m. Monday.
Lifeguards reported no further sighings of sharks following an early patrol of Waikiki this morning.
Bystanders also reported seeing the same shark, following a turtle in the same area, roughly 20 feet from the Waikiki shoreline, an Ocean Safety official said.
Duke’s Oceanfest surfing competition will be held in the same area this morning.