Yacht charter Honolulu

  1. Trimaran Lodestar 35' - Arthur Piver designHonolulu
    Capacity 6
    Cabins 2 cab
    Berths 4+2
    Engine ---
    Draught 0.91m
    Size 36ft
    with skipper / crew
    from4 464 €*from 29/10 to 05/11View details
  2. Ranger 33 - Ranger Yachts (1973)Honolulu
    Capacity 6
    Cabins 2 cab
    Berths 4
    Engine 1x30hp
    Draught 1.83m
    Size 33ft
    with skipper / crew
    from4 464 €*from 21/01 to 28/01View details
  3. Nordic 44 - Nordic Yachts (1982)Honolulu
    Capacity 6
    Cabins 3 cab
    Berths 5+1
    Engine 1x51hp
    Draught ---
    Size 44ft
    with skipper / crew
    from7 869 €*from 08/10 to 15/10View details
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Top Things to Do When Catamaran Charter at Honolulu

As the youngest state to join the U.S, Hawaii has so much to offer. Honolulu, the capital of Hawaii and the most remote city of its size in the world. It's the perfect mixture of history, culture, cuisine, breathtaking landscapes, and beautiful beaches. During your catamaran charter at Honolulu, just free your mind and embrace everything this tropical city has to offer!

  1. Hike the world's most active volcano

The Kilauea volcano is located in the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park on the Big Island. The locals believe that its crater is the home of Pele, the unpredictable Hawaiian goddess of fire. If you want to take some risk and take a closer look at the volcano, hike inside it through the Thurston Lava Tube. The 450-foot long tunnel was created by Kilauea's flowing lava during one eruption. This tunnel begins from the heart of the volcano and can be dated back to 350-500 years ago.

  1. Sail along the Na Pali Coast

Charter a catamaran at Honolulu is a smart way to travel around. By taking the catamaran, you can see some 5-million-year-old cliffs on the Na Pali Coast. It's appreciated for its sea cliffs, interspersed by narrow valleys, rivers, and cascading waterfalls. Don't miss visiting the Waiahuakua Sea Cave, also called the Queen's Bath. It's a hollowed lava tube, where you can see bottlenose and spinner dolphins gliding beside boats. When you are boating or swimming inside, you can see the light come through the open ceiling on and shines the glittering azure waters. It is definitely an Instagram-worthy place!

  1. Water activities

Honolulu is known for the variety of water activities here. During the wintertime, the North Shore turns to the surfer's heaven. Honolulu is where the Vans Triple Crown surfing competition is happening every year. Surfers challenge the North Shore's waves, such as the Banzai Pipeline and Sunset Beach. With waves could get as high as 30 feet, it's the perfect surfing condition to test your skills. If you prefer to try some less exciting sports, you can charter a catamaran at Honolulu and sail to Hanauma Bay for some snorkeling. This is the best spot to examine the beautiful marine lives in Honolulu. Since the park closes every Tuesday, so we recommend you go there early on Wednesday for the most transparent waters.

  1. Take a boat tour and go whale-watching

Maui is one of the world's principal breeding places for humpback whales, which travel to the area from November through May. When it comes to this time each year, the whales take over the stage and become the real star of Hawaii. You can charter a catamaran at Hawaii and go watch the magnificent creature of the ocean swimming under the glittering water.

  1. Try a Hawaiian banquet

There is no better way to learn about Hawaiian traditions at a luau. A luau typically includes traditional Hawaiian courses, such as kalua pig, which is cooked in an earth oven, and the marinated salmon. The sunset time is perfect for feasting on these fantastic foods while watching some professional dancers tell stories of Hawaii by hula dancing. Feasting on a luau at Honolulu would be an exceptional experience.

  1. Watch the sunset from above

You will have a totally different view of sunset of Honolulu by hiking the Kaiwa Ridge Trail. Also known as the Lanikai Pillbox Trail, the trail is about one mile long, and its summit grants a remarkable view of the turquoise Kailua Bay.

  1. Travel back in time in the Halaway Valley

The ancient settlement of Halaway Valley is in Honolulu County, it could date back to A.D. 650. Ancient Polynesians farmed and flourished there for more than a thousand years until tsunamis ultimately forced them to flee the valley. Today, the area is being resettled by a new generation.

  1. Beach Hopping

On the majestic eastern coast of Honolulu, lies the Waimanalo Beach. Far from the crowd in Waikiki Beach, this beach offers miles of white sand, turquoise waters and calm waves all year round. Waimanalo will definitely offer you quietness and reasonable personal space. Lanikai Beach is probably the most beautiful beach on the island with powdery sand, clear water, and a small island just near the shore, where you can peddle to there and enjoy some adventurous time. Kahana Bay Beach is an incredible place is a picture-perfect beach to spend your whole afternoon or one night since camping is possible here.

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