Killer Dana was a legendary surf break that existed right where the Dana Point Harbor is now located. The waves themselves were able to hold size and the break had a hard time maxing out. Locals would head down to Killer Dana seeking out amazing views and were greeted with crystal clear water, an abundance of wild life and waves! Early surfers such as Billy Hamilton, Bruce Brown and Hobie Alter created the scene that inevitably started the surf craze in Dana Point. Construction began on the Dana point Harbor in the late 1960’s, with the building of the rock jetties that served as breakwaters. In the end, the wave was destroyed and all the memories were lost as well.