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Catamaran Cruises on Oahu

On Oahu there are catamaran cruises departing from Waikiki Beach, from the Kewalo basin, and from marinas on the north and west shores of Oahu. Catamaran cruises on Oahu include sunset cruises, snorkeling cruises, cocktails cruises, whale watching cruises, and sightseeing cruises.

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East Oahu Catamaran Cruises

Kualoa Ranch Catamaran Cruise in Kaneohe Bay
The Kualoa Ranch on the east coast of Oahu offers a cruise in Kaneohe bay on a 49-passenger catamaran with views of the windward coast, the Koolau Mountains, and Mokolii Island, a small islet also known as "Chinaman's Hat". For reservations or more information call 808-237-7321.

Waikiki Catamaran Cruises

MaiTai Catamaran
Sailing tours on a 44 foot catamaran that seats up to 47 passengers. Mai Tai Catamaran Tours depart from Waikiki Beach between the Moana Sheraton Hotel and the Outrigger Waikiki Hotel. Their "Tradewind Sail" departs three times a day, their "Sunset Mai Tai Sail departs once a day, their "Underwater Adventure Sail" departs three times a week, and their "Mahina Moonlight Sail" departs once a week. Drinks are included on some of the cruises and they are available for purchase on others. For reservations or more information call 808-922-5665 or 800-462-7975.

Na Hoku II Catamaran
Offers five 90-minute cocktail cruises a day on a bright yellow, 45 foot catamaran that departs off Waikiki Beach between the Sheraton Moana Hotel and the Outrigger Waikiki Hotel. The first sail leaves at 9:30 a.m. and the last sail leaves at 5:30. The first four cruises of the day are $25 and the last cruise is $30 and the price includes alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks. For reservations or more information send a message to the email address on the Na Hoku II Contacts page.

Outrigger Catamaran
Several times a week this 45 foot catamaran based at the Outrigger Reef Hotel offers a 2.5 hour that includes one hour of high speed sailing and one hour of snorkeling. They also offer a 1.5 hour sightseeing sail and a 1.5 hour sunset sail. For reservations or more information call 808-922-2210.

Kewalo Basin Catamaran Cruises

Makani Catamaran Cruises
Offers a Morning Breakfast Cruise, an Afternoon Picnic Sail, a Honolulu City Lights Sail, a Friday Night Fireworks Sail, and combination sails that combine snorkeling and sailing. All of the sails include breakfast, lunch, or appetizers and vegetarian choices are available on request. The Makani Catamaran is also available for charter trips. For reservations or more information call 808-591-9000.

Royal Hawaiian Catamaran Charters

West Oahu Catamaran Cruises

Ko Olina Cat
Snorkel sails, sunset cruises, dinner cruises, and charter sails on a 53 foot catamaran based on the west coast of oahu at the Ko Olina Resort Marina. For reservations or more information call 808-234-7245.

North Shore Catamaran Cruises

Hoo Nanea Catamaran Cruises
Offers snorkeling cruises, and whale watching cruises, and romantic sunset cruises. also available for charter cruises. Sunset cruises include Hawaii style appetizers and non-alcoholic drinks and guests are invited to bring their own alcoholic drinks. Snorkeling cruises include lunch

See also:
- Catamaran Cruises on Other Islands

- Water Activities on Oahu
- All Oahu Activities



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