Hawaii Yacht Charters
– say Aloha to visiting eight main islands of the United States’ westernmost oasis in the Pacific Ocean. Discover the 10,932 miles of the formation from under-sea volcano eruptions, east to west wind directions, and infamous sunset views. Major industries of this area are tourism, and agriculture, including a significant pineapple production. Yacht charters in Hawaii can often encompass multiple islands. The island of Niihau is private, but charters still exist for touring and snorkeling in the area. Kauai’s 15-mile Na Pali Shore offers a breathtaking view of after-rain waterfalls from 4,000-foot cliffs, and a suggested way to fully experience it is by boat. Oahu and Honolulu have premier yacht charter opportunities. Over 100 world-famous beaches surround Honolulu and the island of Oahu is considered to be the surfing capital of the world, including several surfing schools. A vast number of water sports are available for all levels of enthusiasts. Molokai’s yacht charters are often tied to Maui, and Molokai fishing charters are abundant. Maui has a full-featured beach and water activity list, with the accompanying yacht charters to experience it all. Kahoolawe is an island formerly used as a firing range by the United States Navy; therefore before landing at this island, the customs office on Maui should be consulted. On the big island of Hawaii, Kailua Kona is a popular yacht chartering location. The Hawaiian Islands are ripe for yachting through the calendar year.