There isn't much boss surfer Kai Lenny hasn't done in the water.
In addition to enormous wave surfing, the 24-year-old is a six-time Stand-up Paddleboard World Champion, kiteboarder, and windsurfer who calls riding a wave his "most loved thing on the planet." But the Maui-conceived Red Bull competitor is going up against another test: paddling through the chain of Hawaiian islands.
His experience will including going through the Alenuihaha Channel, known as one of the most hazardous crossings in the world because of its high breezes, harsh waters, and sharks. Be that as it may, Lenny isn't doing this equitable to be an adrenaline junkie: He's doing it to ensure his house state's cherished beaches.
Along with experience producer Alison Teal, Lenny is driving the principal ever statewide shoreline tidy up, beginning and consummation in Oahu with stops in Kauai, the Big Island, Maui, Lanai, and Molokai, from March 25 to March 31.
Members of the neighborhood networks (and guests, obviously) are urged to bounce in and clean close by the couple, as a component of an activity from Sustainable Coastlines Hawaii and The 5 Gyres Institute. The stops will organize Hawaii's "dirtiest shorelines" with an end goal to bring issues to light about the significance of keeping coastlines clean — and preventing plastics from entering the ocean.
Have wants to be beachside in the Aloha express this month? You can discover the rundown of occasions on the Sustainable Coastlines Hawaii website. What's more, in the event that you require some motivation to get out there, simply take a look through our most loved Hawaiian beaches.