Sailing is one of Hawaii's oldest past times. Since the thousand plus years since the original Polynesian explorers initially sailed here these islands have hosted almost every type of ocean going sailboat. If you're considering doing some sailing while you're here then we recommend that you browse through some of our blog articles to get a better idea of what the different trips are like.
All we want is a sailboat, no snorkeling, no extras, just a boat that sails for a couple of hours. Any ideas?
When most people get off the plane on Oahu I don't think they have any idea that you can have the sort of experiences that we had today. Today we took a trip with Hawaii Nautical that took us snorkeling on the Western coastline of the island.
Yesterday I looked at the three day forecast and saw that there were glassy conditions predicted until the end of the week. Being that the whales are currently here in record numbers I thought it would be ideal to schedule a whale watching trip.
As we got down to the harbor to board the Scotch Mist I could tell that we were in for an amazing time. The weather was ideal, the day before a winter storm front had come through from the west.
The America's Cup is a sailboat race that begins on the mainland before racing across the pacific to Hawaii. In 1987 the America II completed this race, generally the boats that compete in this race are only used one time and then retired.
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