Maui Blog - Georgie Hunter R(S): Where is the world's largest surfboard fence? In Haiku Maui of course.

Where is the world's largest surfboard fence? In Haiku Maui of course.

world's largest surfboard fence on Maui

I'm sure you're all wondering.... where on earth is the world's largest surfboard fence? Well it's right here in Hawaii... in Peahi, Haiku Maui.  Last year this fence was given the dubious distinction of being the world's largest surfboard fence by the Guinness Book of Records (I think), with over 400 boards forming a fence around this Haiku Maui property.  I just drove by there yesterday while on Haiku Realtor Caravan, and the lighting was so good I had to stop the car and get a picture, without even getting out!  This is what you call recycling!

Not to be confused with the world's largest surfboard which is in Australia.

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12 commentsGeorgie Hunter • October 10 2008 02:17PM

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Well, actually, I wasn't wondering, but sometimes people seem to know that if they will provide the answer, I'll think of the question. In this case, I thought of the question, and I think it's pretty cool that there's an answer. Did that make sense? LOL

Posted by Not a real person over 5 years ago

Georgina - As always you have an amazing photo that draws me in...  I love the fence...  That is a lot of surf boards.

Posted by Debbie Summers, MoveToLakeMary.com or 407-758-1020 (Charles Rutenberg Realty - Orlando, Florida) over 5 years ago

Georgina, I loved seeing this, how creative!  I didn't even know they had a surfboard fence :)

Posted by Laura Cerrano, Authentic Feng Shui Expert (Feng Shui Manhattan Long Island) over 5 years ago

Now thats interesting!  Nothing quite like the way Hawaiins do it! :-)

Posted by Liz Moras, Chilliwack Realtor, Garrison Crossing,Chilliwack, Abbotsford (Harrison Hot Springs, Cultus Lake) over 5 years ago

Russel - I'm still trying to figure that one out...

Debbie - it's any eye-catching landmark in the neighborhood.  I've taken pictures many times.

Carole - it's such a good way to make a fence and keep junk out of the landfill landfull

Liz - Maybe someone in your area can start a snowboard fence with the old boards... maybe you could start a trend!

Posted by Georgie Hunter, Maui Real Estate sales and lifestyle info (Hawai'i Life Real Estate Brokers) over 5 years ago

That is one of my favorite sites in Haiku.

Posted by Pete Jalbert, R(S) (The Maui Real Estate Team, Inc. ) over 5 years ago

Hi Georgina, Thats cool a surf board fence, I wonder if the owner of the property has a pro surf shop.

 Here in Texas we has the Cadillac Ranch outside Amarillo, Texas,

 

 

 

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Posted by Roy A. Peterson, P.R.E.I. (Domicile Analysis of Texas) over 5 years ago

Reason number 52 why I have to head to Maui before the year is up.

Posted by Chuck Willman, Realtor - Arizona - 480.292.0600 (Gentry Realty) over 5 years ago

Georgina - What a cool photograph and to think of all places, Maui. You would think California, but I have heard some of the best waves for surfing in the world are in Hawaii.

Posted by Robert (Vegas Bob) Swetz, Commercial & Residential Real Estate Agent (REALTY ONE GROUP - LAS VEGAS, NEVADA 702.443.7156 ) over 5 years ago

Roy - I think that Cadillac Ranch is very unique and creative - but it's looking a little well worn now.  We get cars like that in Haiku from time to time, but nobody has ever bothered to assemble them into a circle.

Chuck - as if you need that many reasons!

Robert - yes, this is a surfing mecca for sure

Posted by Georgie Hunter, Maui Real Estate sales and lifestyle info (Hawai'i Life Real Estate Brokers) over 5 years ago

Hi Georgina- Nice photo! I would love to have that fence in my backyard.....Doug

Posted by Douglas Harland, Southern Oregon (Century21 J.C. Jones American Dream) over 5 years ago

Deborah - I'm doing some catching up too.  Do you think we will really ever catch up?

Doug - be careful what you wish for.  Or did you mean you would like to buy this property?  haha - not for sale (yet).

Posted by Georgie Hunter, Maui Real Estate sales and lifestyle info (Hawai'i Life Real Estate Brokers) over 5 years ago

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