Hawaii has some of the most
beautiful scenery in the world
and there is not a better view
than from a sailing, snorkeling,
sportfishing or whale watching
cruise.

The Hawaii Harbors Network
offers Hawaii visitors and
kama'aina information on ocean
adventures available at their
nearby harbor. Information on
boat cruises, whale watching
and sportfishing charters
available at 40 harbors
statewide all linked together in
one network with many links to
online reservations. Finally
Hawaii's ocean adventures get
the attention they deserve.

Sailors and cruisers will also
have a one stop portal for
information in regards to
transient slips, berthing, fueling
and repairs in additon to
weather condtions and tides.

The foundation is being laid with
over 40 web sites representing
all of Hawaii's Harbors. These
sites will be expanded with
much more information on
individual ocean adventures in
the future. We look forward to
building each Hawaii Harbor site
with your input and the input of
all the captains and boat owners
around Hawaii's Harbors.




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