WAVES: TWO OF THE BEST
Speedies is G-Land's famed break. Hawaiian Gerry Lopez and Australian Peter McCabe are the surfers to bring it into fame. The wave typically begins as a deep-water peak called the Launching Pad, formed by jacking up but giving a relatively easy and slopey take-off which then links to the main reef and sends the surfer into Speedies. This is G-Land's fastest and hollowest barrel that can on the right wave set up a for over 12-seconds. It's a highly rated and sought after wave by many and a wave that has given many surfers the best barrel of their life.
Although many guests come to surf straight-out in front of the camp at either Kongs, Moneytrees, or Speedies, there is access to many waves that cover about 7-kilometers of coastline. Only recently, within the past decade, have waves further into the bay other than 20/20s and Tigertracks been discovered offering options for almost everyone at G-Land. Only the true beginner is out of luck here, but otherwise the possibility for surfers to ride every type of surfboard design imaginable exists. Because of this variety and consistency, G-Land has become one of the best testing grounds for surfboard designs.