The beautiful KEPOIKAI II catamaran offers cruises
from the beach in front of the Royal Hawaiian Hotel.
Kepoikai is Hawaiian for "Crest of the Wave".

Relax and enjoy the beautiful views of the Waikiki
shoreline and Diamond Head with a relaxing sail with
their friendly crew.

2259 Kalakaua Ave, Honolulu, Oahu, HI 96815


(808) 224-7688


The HOLOKAI CATAMARAN is the first new Waikiki
Beach Catamaran in twenty years offering sailing
cruises from the Historic Kawehewehe Beach (Gray’s
Beach) between the Waikiki Shore and the Halekulani
Hotel, Kalia Road.

A Turtle Canyon Adventure Sail, a Tradewind Sail, a
Sunset Sail or an Aloha Friday Fireworks Sail are
available.
(808) 922-2210
The 44' MAITA'I CATAMARAN sails from Waikiki
Beach and offers an Underwater Adventure Sail to
some of the best snorkeling spots on Oahu's south
shore, a Tradewind Sail, a Sunset Sail and a Moonlight
Sail on Fridays with viewing of the fireworks show.

Boarding on the beach between the Halekulani Hotel
and the Sheraton Waikiki Hotel.



(808) 922-5665 or Toll Free 1-800-462-7975


MANA KAI - Come and experience the beauty of
Hawaii and experience sailing amongst dolphins during
a Marine Life Sail, a Tradewinds Sail, a Sunset Sail or
Fireworks Sail on Friday nights.

The 32' long MANA KAI sailing catamaran was built in
1977 and can accommodate 26 passengers and is
available right in the center of Kuhio Beach in Waikiki
in front of the iconic Duke Kahanamoku statue and the
Hyatt Regency Hotel towers across Kalakaua Avenue.



(844) MANAKAI or (844) 626-2524


Mana Kai
The 54' SPIRIT OF ALOHA sailing catamaran offers
snorkeling, sailing and dinner cruises.

Choose from the Turtle Snorkel Sail with Lunch, the
Turtle Reef Snorkel, the Adventure Sail, the Sunset
Cocktail Cruise, the Friday Fireworks Dinner Sail or a
Whale Watching Cruise available December - April.

Sailing daily from the Hilton Pier on Waikiki Beach in
front of the Hilton Hawaiian Village at 2005 Kalia
Road, Honolulu, HI.


(808) 234-7245


The 43' MANU KAI catamaran was built in 1986 and
it is named after the original Manu Kai built by
surfing and sailing legend Woody Brown.

The Manu Kai offers many ocean activities for your
pleasure including a Turtle Canyon Snorkel, a Swim
and Sail, an Educational Sea Tour, a Happy Hour Sail,
a Diamond Head Sail, a Sunset Sail and a Friday
Night Fireworks Cruise.

The MANU KAI is located on Waikiki Beach between
the Moana Surfrider and the Royal Hawaiian.


(808) 792-1572


Manu Kai
Spirit of Aloha catamaran
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WAIKIKI SAILING CRUISES
Kepoikai II catamaran
Maitai Catamaran
(808) 278-7347


info@islesailing.com

Escape the crowds and experience the islands from your own
private yacht. Our captain and crew have experience around
the world and have sailed the Hawaiian Islands for years. We
have what it takes to ensure you have a great time and to keep
you safe, too. Let us take you an adventure today!

Hawaii is a beautiful place to see, and we know all the best
spots. Come see the spectacular views of the islands from the
crystal blue ocean. Check out the turtles, dolphins, whales, and
even the occasional elusive monk seal, all in their natural
habitat.

PRIVATE SAILING CHARTERS - 3-hour private sailing
charter off the coast of Waikiki near iconic Diamond Head.

SUNSET CRUISE - Tropical sunsets, moonlight and
Honolulu’s city lights are pleasures best celebrated from the
sea. Our luxurious yacht provides an intimate and relaxing
ambiance for couples and small groups to enjoy the sea’s
soothing magic.

MULTI-DAY CRUISES - Get out and explore Hawaii on an
inter-island sail for two to five days. Start from Oahu and see
Molokai, Lanai, and Maui or more. You've never seen the
islands like this! Call or email for details.

Photos courtesy Isle Sailing
Isle Sailing
Isle Sailing Sunset
Holokai catamaran
Hokulea Homecoming June 17, 2017. Photos by Steve Harris
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