Rene Matthyssen

Name
Mr. Rene Matthyssen
AKA
Cuzzo
Favorite place in Hawaii?
West Side Oahu.
One thing you can't live without?
Adventure.
What are you doing when you aren't working?
Thinking about work.
Favorite FITTED hat?
Anything black on black.
What inspires you?
Being original.

GIVEN

Thursday, July 13th, 2017

SOUTH SHORE SUMMER FUN

Thursday, July 13th, 2017

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Summer on the south shore is hard to beat as you can see. Huge mahalos to uncle Paul Kema for this classic shot! In this world of disposable digital images please believe that I will be printing this pic of my first born in action and putting it in the photo album for the trip down memory lane later in life. Cheers – RM

FAMILY BUSINESS

Saturday, July 1st, 2017

OHANA WAʻA

Tuesday, June 20th, 2017

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Ocean photos by Pono Cambell
Aerial photos by Zak Noyle

TIME WAITS FOR NO MAN

Tuesday, June 20th, 2017

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KAHAKAI DAYS

Tuesday, May 23rd, 2017

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MOKOLIʻI

Monday, May 22nd, 2017

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Headed out early Sunday morning for some east side adventure with Capri and her bff Vai’iti. Dropped anchor at our destination just about the same time most kids are finishing their first bowl of Fruity Peebles. Short swim to the rocky coastline and the girls were off and running. Too blessed to be stressed… lucky you live Hawaiʻi! Aloha – RM

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DAY TRIPPERS

Tuesday, April 18th, 2017

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Quick booze cruise with the boyz to Molos last week, and when I say booze cruise I mean that Capt. and crew were in full tilt mode from the night before when I showed up at the HK ramp at 4am. I was no exception having been forced to drink some brown fire water with my father in-law the previous evening. Even though I managed to get a full nights sleep it didn’t stop me from burping up the toxic scotch fumes before our departure. We managed to launch the boat and navigate the technical harbor exit without incident regardless of our inebriated state of mind. It wasn’t easy, neither was keeping my dinner down. All four courses were spewed all over the ocean like a chunky green oil slick only a few minutes into our crossing. Oh well it happens to the best of us. When the sun finally rose and the lures were in the water everyone seemed a bit more relaxed, myself included. Capt. C-Bal activated the auto pilot and retreated to his bunk for some much needed r&r, he didn’t reappear until he heard the rawkus from his crew at the stern… double Mahi hook up will wake anyone up! It was total chaos with bean bags flying all over the place as the sleep deprived crew scrambled to get both fish in the boat. The Capt. seemly unimpressed or simply to tired to give a fuck peeked out of the cabin and said “handle that boys” and went back to his bunk. Classic. Good thing his first mate Mr. Cassanova was on board and still awake because he took charge and we had both fish landed but not without our full concentration. Mr. Cassanova then turned up the Jawaiian jams and proceeded to serve some of the best damn sweet bread sliders I have ever tasted. My belly was happy and finally feeling strong enough to begin my own rehydration with cuzzo lights. With 2 fish in the box the lures were pulled in and we motored down the coast a bit, this coast is so freaking photogenic that one just can’t help but act like a tourist and start snapping away pics. And snap away we did. Many Mahalos to Capt. and crew for another successful channel crossing! Aloha – until next time. – RM

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Editor’s note : It is advised that when embarking on an all day boat trip starting in the early AM hours that one refrains from drinking alcohol the night before and gets a minimum of six hours sleep.

MISSION ACCOMPLISHED

Tuesday, April 18th, 2017

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THE POWER OF LESS

Tuesday, March 7th, 2017

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