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Sandy Beach

Sandy Beach (location 21°17′5″N 157°40′20″W / 21.28472°N 157.67222°W / 21.28472; -157.67222) is a beach on the South Shore of Oʻahu in Hawaiʻi. It is known for its excellent bodyboarding and bodysurfing opportunities due to shore break that breaks very close to the shore. Consequently, more injuries occur per year at Sandy Beach than any other beach in Hawaiʻi, earning it the infamous nickname, "break-neck" beach.[1] The water is especially dangerous during high surf, when strong rip currents are present. The beach park is located between Hanauma Bay Nature Preserve Park on the west and Makapuʻu Point on east along 8800 Kalanianaʻole Highway in Hawaiʻi Kai, on Honolulu's southside neighborhood.[2]

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