Banyans is the locals favourite, requiring patience, skill and luck in order to snag one of the hollow rights in winter NW'ers and shorter lefts in summer souths. NE winds are dead offshore and low tide makes the water depth close to critical. Lefts have a paddling channel amongst the coral heads - the rights don't. Always crowded, as is the lefthand point Lyman's, 400m south, where wrapping summer S swells shoulder and wall for the improver, longboard, SUP crew. W or NW will sharpen it's act, with steep drops and power pocket tubes.