July 27, 2007


Filed under: Pancho Sullivan — wpssuperblog @ 6:36 pm

Well, That was quite the mission getting home. After four flights — one being cancelled and then rescheduled six hours later before being delayed another four hours — and about 24 hours on planes including a cool 19 hours of layover thrown in I stumbled off the plane into the beautiful tradewind breeze’s of the Hawaiian Islands.

Never miss coming home. This is Jamie O.

Never miss coming home. This is Jamie O. © Andre Z

Ahhhh, it feels good to me home! J-Bay has still eluded me. This was my second pilgrimage to the famed right-hand point break and I am pretty shattered that it had not gotten over 3′.

It is a really soft wave at that size and a little sectiony. You have to nurse your turns which is frustrating because you have so much down the line speed. When you do get a good section it’s a tight, high, compact pocket which really only lends itself to a projection turn down the line. It is a really good wave for riding twin fins and fish models. Fast highline trim yourself silly. At that size anyway.

What a magical location. The point itself is just beautiful. The sunrise sessions are lit up with all kinds of pink and orange colors. The dolphins greet you daily and you can’t help but love the beauty of the countryside around the town. Had a great trip!

Thanks for taking the time to read my blog.

All the best!




  1. Hey Pancho, how’re doing?
    I wish you good luck and great waves for the next events… you are such a great and complete surfer. Hope to see you surfing in Brazil this year!


    Luis Coruja – Curitiba – Brazil

    Comment by Luis Coruja — July 28, 2007 @ 4:13 am

  2. Interesting to hear your thoughts on jbay, the online commentators were saying there’s only a couple of guys who manage to consistently get big turns in, though saw you grab a few good ones. Look forward to watching in France, hope there’s we see some power so you can turn it on.

    Comment by himmy — August 6, 2007 @ 11:52 pm

  3. Hey Pancho, just want to wish you good luck with your surfing.That rewind video blew my mind.You’re surfing is amazing man.I haven’t seen another surfer surfing with so much power as you do.You’re surfing is definitely an inspiration.

    Puerto Rico

    Comment by CHEO — September 8, 2007 @ 6:58 pm

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