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Honolulu: Sunset Catamaran Cruise With Live DJ

1. Honolulu: Sunset Catamaran Cruise With Live DJ

To start of this event We meet at 1125 Ala Moana Boulevard Honolulu Hawaii, 96814 Pier D, Slip 110, there is $1/hr parking provided next to Pier B. The customer will then check in with a crew member, scan their ticket, check ID to confirm 21+, check temperature and have them sign our liability form. A additional crew member will then help the customers board the boat safely. We will then do a proper headcount and safety briefing before we depart. Everyone must stay seated as the boat exits the harbor, then captain and crew will find a nice place to swim. Everyone then is allowed to dance, swim, take pictures, look for sealife etc. It is a BYOB event but NO GLASS is allowed. Towards the end a 10 minute warning is given, everyone is escorted back on the vessel and a proper head count is done before returning to dock. Everyone needs to sit down while returning for captains view. The boat is docked, a thank you speech is given and crew safely escorts everyone off the vessel.

Oahu: Hoverboard Tour of West Waikiki & Ala Moana

2. Oahu: Hoverboard Tour of West Waikiki & Ala Moana

Your tour will begin as you climb aboard your hoverboard at the ocean side of the Hilton Hawaiian Village Kahanamoku Lagoon. You will glide past the popular local surf break Ala Moana bowls, and view some of the islands finest private yachts at Hawaii's largest boat harbor. Next, take in the natural beauty of the 100-acre Ala Moana Beach Park, where you will ride past palm tree groves, man made lagoons, and many different species of massive "exceptional" designated trees. On the developed side of the park, you'll hover by the largest outdoor shopping center in the world, and see many new stunning ultra-luxurious condo high rises. You can keep an eye open for the mega-yachts which sometimes frequent Kewalo Basin Harbor, as you cruise along the waterfront with unforgettable views of Diamond Head. You'll see stand-up paddle boarders and swimmers along the half-mile golden sand beach park, as well as beautiful views of Waikiki from Magic Island. You will then hover along the wide Ala Wai canal pathway under exceptional weeping fig trees past the back of the convention center. Next, stop at a statue of the last King of Hawaii, and ride through the expertly landscaped tropical Fort DeRussy Beach Park and Army Museum. You will also glide along the sandy beachfront boardwalk past the Hale Koa Hotel, and much more.

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