Despite its name, MSG offers coed surf and SUP instruction for groms and Betties alike—meaning men, women, and children. Owner Dustin Tester is a big-wave surf pioneer; she’s among the first women to charge “Jaws,” one of the planet’s biggest breaks, and her commitment to helping others shred waves is inspirational. (She even coached her dog Luna to hang ten alongside her.) Personalized 2-hour lessons at Ukumehame Beach Park with Tester or her teammates are $89 for groups (minimum age 10), $130 semi-private (your own party, for up to four students; minimum age 9), and $185 for private lesson (minimum age 5). Couples wishing to mark a special occasion can book a package with a photographer and bottle of sparkling wine or cider ($350 per couple). But MSG’s best offering is the weeklong surf camp. If you’ve got a teen girl who dreams of growing gills, sign her up for 7 saltwater-soaked days full of watersports, camaraderie, healthy food, island adventures, and campfire counsel ($2,375); women ages 18 and up can share similar experiences at their own surf camps ($1,950). The oceanfront Camp Olowalu serves as headquarters for a transformational experience.