HAWAII HARBORS NETWORK

Hawaii has some of the most
beautiful scenery in the world and
there’s no better way to see it than
from a Sailing, Snorkeling or Whale
Watching Cruise or Sportfishing
Charter.

The Hawaii Harbors Network will
offer Hawaii visitors and kama'aina
easy access to information on all
the boat cruises, whale watching
and sportfishing charters available
at 40 harbors statewide in one
convenient location.

Sailors and cruisers will have a one
stop portal for information in
regards to berthing, fueling and
repairs at each harbor in additon to
weather condtions and tides.

Hawaii Harbors Network 1.0 is
launching later this year with 40
web sites for all of Hawaii's
Harbors. We look forward to
adding and building to each site
with your input and the input of all
the captains and boat owners
around the Hawaii Harbors
Network.




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YACHT CLUBS OF HAWAII

Follow the voyage around the world of the Hōkūle‘a. Since the 1976 voyage to Tahiti and back, Hōkūle‘a has completed nine voyages to Micronesia, Polynesia, Japan, Canada, and the United States, all using ancient wayfinding techniques of celestial navigation.

On May 18, 2014, Hōkūle‘a and her sister vessel, Hikianalia embarked from Oahu for "Malama Honua", a three-year circumnavigation of the earth. The journey will cover 47,000 nautical miles with stops at 85 ports in 26 different countries

When not on a voyage, Hōkūle‘a is moored at the Marine Education Training Center (METC) of Honolulu Community College at Sand Island in Honolulu Harbor. Learn about the Polynesian Voyaging Society here.
LAUNCHING THIS SUMMER
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