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Christmas Boat Parades in Hawaii

There are two Christmas boat parades in Hawaii and both of them are on the island of Oahu. One is a few miles west of Waikiki in the Downtown Honolulu Harbor and one is a few miles east of Waikiki in Hawaii Kai.

Honolulu Christmas Boat Parade
Every December the Hawaii Yacht Club and the Waikiki Yacht Club present a Christmas Boat Parade in Honolulu Harbor that can be viewed from the Aloha Tower Marketplace and other spots on the Honolulu Harbor waterfront. The parade route begins at the Ala Wai Yacht Harbor and it proceeds west to Honolulu Harbor, passing by the Aloha Tower Marketplace twice, and returning to the Ala Wai Harbor. More then 30 sailboats and power boats typically participate in the parade. The Hawaii Yacht Club has been organizing their annual Christmas Boat parade for more then 14 years and in 2008 the Waikiki Yacht Club joined them as a co-sponsor. The 2008 Honolulu Harbor Christmas Boat Parade took place on December 13, 2008 from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. For information about the next annual event contact the Hawaii Yacht Club, the Waikiki Yacht Club, or the Aloha Tower Marketplace.
- 2008 Honolulu Christmas Boat Parade
- Aloha Tower Marketplace Event Calendar
- Hawaii Yacht Club
- Waikiki Yacht Club

Hawaii Kai Christmas Boat Parade
The Hawaii Kai Christmas Boat Parade is presented every December by the Hawaii Kai Marina Community Association. The event typically attracts thousands of spectators and it features 30 to 40 boats lighted and decorated for the Christmas holidays. The event typically includes about 40 entries and it can be viewed from the Koko Marina Shopping Center, the Hawaii Kai Shopping Center, and at several points along the road. The 12th Annual Hawaii Kai Festival of Lights Boat Parade will begin at sunset on Saturday, December 20, 2008. There will be be a pre-parade concert at the Hawaii Kai Towne Center in 2008 featuring a free concert by Grammy Award nominee Amy Hanaialii.
- Hawaii Kai Marina Community Association
- Hawaii Kai Towne Center Event Calendar

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- More Oahu Christmas Events
- Celebrating Christmas on Other Islands
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