Ala Wai Harbor, Slip 600B
1651 Ala Moana Blvd., Honolulu,
The beautiful Kepoikai II sailing catamaran offers cruises from the
beach in front of the historic Royal Hawaiian. Kepoikai is Hawaiian
for "Crest of the Wave".
Relax and enjoy the beautiful views of the Waikiki shoreline and
Diamond Head with a relaxing sail with their friendly crew.
Enjoy a romantic sunset cruise with some of the most beautiful
scenery on Oahu.
2259 Kalakaua Ave, Honolulu, Oahu, HI 96815
The Holokai Catamaran is the first new Waikiki Beach Catamaran in
twenty years offering sailing cruises from the Historic Kawehewehe
Beach (Gray’s Beach) between the Waikiki Shore and the Halekulani
Hotel, Kalia Road.
A Turtle Canyon Adventure Sail, a Tradewind Sail, a Sunset Sail or
an Aloha Friday Fireworks Sail are available.
The 44' Maita'i sailing catamaran sails from Waikiki Beach and offers
an Underwater Adventure Sail to some of the best snorkeling spots
on Oahu's south shore, a Tradewind Sail, a Sunset Sail and a
Moonlight Sail on Fridays with viewing of the fireworks show.
Boarding on the beach between the Halekulani Hotel and the
Sheraton Waikiki Hotel.
Come and experience the beautiy of Hawaii and the experience
sailing amongst dolphins during a Marine Life Sail, a Tradewinds
Sail, a Sunset Sail or Fireworks Sail on Friday nights.
The 32' long Mana Kai sailing catamaran was built in 1977 and can
accommodate 26 passengers and is available right in the center of
Kuhio Beach in Waikiki in front of the iconic Duke Kahanamoku
statue and the Hyatt Regency Hotel towers across Kalakaua
(844) MANAKAI or (844) 626-2524
The 54' Spirit of Aloha sailing catamaran offers snorkeling, sailing
and dinner cruises.
Set sail on an ocean adventure along the famous Waikiki shoreline
and take in all the beautiful sights it has to offer.
Choose from the Turtle Snorkel Sail with Lunch, the Turtle Reef
Snorkel, the Adventure Sail, the Sunset Cocktail Cruise, the Friday
Fireworks Dinner Sail or a Whale Watching Cruise available
December - April. Private Charters are also available.
Sailing daily from the Hilton Pier on Waikiki Beach in front of the
Hilton Hawaiian Village at 2005 Kalia Road, Honolulu, HI.
The 43' Manu Kai catamaran was built in 1986 and can
accommodate up to 49 passengers. It is named after the original
Manu Kai built by surfing and sailing legend Woody Brown.
The Manu Kai offers many ocean activities for your pleasure
including a Turtle Canyon Snorkel, a Swim and Sail, an Educational
Sea Tour, a Happy Hour Sail, a Diamond Head Sail, a Sunset Sail
and a Friday Night Fireworks Cruise. Private Charters are also
The Manu Kai sailing catamaran is located on Waikiki Beach between
the Moana Surfrider and the Royal Hawaiian.
• 699 Berths with Docks • Fuel Dock • Harbor Office • 1 Launching Ramp
• 22 Dry Storage Spaces • Vessel Washdown • MSD Pumpout • Restrooms
Ala Wai Harbor is the largest small boat harbor in the state of Hawaii located at the mouth of the Ala Wai Canal
between Waikiki and Honolulu.
The harbor is home to the Waikiki Yacht Club and the Hawaii Yacht Club, which host junior sailing clubs, weekly
sailing races, and fishing tournaments. Ala Wai Harbor can accommodate vessels up to 85 feet in length.
The TransPac sailing race begins in California and ends at Diamond Head Point with Ala Wai Harbor being the
home port, an event that takes place every two years with Transpac 2017 being held this year on July 3 - 21,
2017. It is one of the world's longest-running ocean races first sailed in 1906.
Ala Wai Harbor has been the background for many movies and TV shows such as Hawaii Five-O, Lost, Magnum
P.I. and was the scene of the Minnow leaving port for a three hour tour on Gilligan's Island. Elvis Presley filmed
scenes for his second Hawaii film "Girls, Girls, Girls" at Ala Wai Harbor.
ALA WAI HARBOR
1651 Ala Moana Blvd.,
Honolulu, Hawaii 96815
Harbor Office: (808) 973-9727
21° 16′ 49″ N, 157° 50′ 45″ W
This site is under construction and is provided as a free public service to sailors, fishermen and visitors alike.
This site is NOT affiliated with the Ala Wai Harbor management, the State of Hawaii, Harbors Division, DLNR nor Dept. of Boating and Ocean Recreation.