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Turtle Bay East Webcam  - from the Turtle Bay Resort

The following information is from the website To-Hawaii.com

Turtle Bay marks the entrance to the legendary North Shore, one of the most scenic stretches of Oahu's coastline. The bay is named after the large number 
of green sea turtles that inhabit the area and who used to lay their eggs in the sand on the beach years ago (however, they don't do this anymore).

Most people come to Turtle Bay for surfing, diving and fishing. There is a reef in the nearshore waters, and beyond this reef is where the surfing area begins. This is where you get some serious waves, especially in the winter months (November to February). The current can be very strong at times, so make sure to check weather conditions before venturing beyond the reef. No lifeguards are stationed here. 

The beach itself is sandy, but the swimming condition are poor at Turtle Bay because the nearshore ocean bottom is rocky and there is a large limestone shelf that spans almost the entire length of the bay. At the west end of the bay is a small island called Papa'amoi.