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Hawaii Parasail Operators

Information about parasail operators and parasailing operations in Hawaii

Oahu Parasailing Operators

Aloha Parasail and Jetski
Parasail tours out of Keehi Lagoon.
Phone: 808-521-2446

X-Treme Parasail
Parasailing rides based at the Kewalo Basin between Waikiki and Downtown Honolulu.

Hawaii Water Sports Center
This water sports center in Koko Marina Shopping Center offers parasailing, jetskiing, and other watersports in the Koko Marina lagoon, in Hawaii Kai, a community located east of Waikiki on the south shore of Oahu

Hawaiian Parasail
Parasail rides that begin and end in the Kewalo Basin, which is located between Waikiki and downtown Honolulu. Flights are single or tandem, and landings can be in the water or completely dry. There is a minimum weight for riding single (808-591-1280)

Sea Breeze Water Sports
A parasailing and jet skiing several miles east of Waikiki, at the Koko Marina in Hawaii Kai.

Splash Dive Adventures
This scuba diving tour operator also offers parasailing and jetskiing. Offices are in Waikiki and Hawaii Kai.

Waikiki Watersports
Offers parasailing, jetskiing, and scuba diving.

Outer Islands Parasailing Operators

UFO Parasailing
Parasailing tours over the water in Lahaina on the island of Maui and Kailua-Kona on the Big Island of Hawaii. Participants must weigh between 120 and 350 pounds, but lighter people can take tandem rides.

See also:
- Introduction to Parasailing in Hawaii
- Other Air Activities in Hawaii
- All Activities in Hawaii by Type



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