The surfing break off Hawaii named after the movie “Jaws”

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Do you dare go in the water?

Even some of the most seasoned surfers get swallowed up by ‘”Jaws.”

Do you dare go in the water?

Fifty-foot waves are commonplace at the break, located in the surfer’s haven of Pe’ahi off the north shore of Maui.

Do you dare go in the water?

Calm before the storm … “Jaws” can sometimes look tranquil away from the giant swell.

Do you dare go in the water?

Another surfer is eaten up by a big wave as another one paddles to escape it.

Do you dare go in the water?

Tackling “Jaws” is certainly not for the faint-hearted … but Billy Kemper from Hawaii tames the beast during competition.

Do you dare go in the water?

“Jaws” was given its name by three surfers in 1975 — John Roberson, John Lemus and John Potterick — due to it’s ever-changing and unpredictable nature.

Do you dare go in the water?

One of the world’s most popular destinations for big wave surfing and wind surfing, “Jaws” attracts some of the most talented stars from across the globe.

Do you dare go in the water?

Though while the swell can prove challenging for even the best — here Hawaii’s Albee Layer is wiped out — windsurfing legend Robby Naish told CNN it was “like a walk in the park.”

Do you dare go in the water?

We’re not so sure …

The surfing break off Hawaii named after the movie “Jaws”

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