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Cruisin' Around the Island, Honolulu: 15 reviews and 14 photos

MAITA'I CATAMARAN
Imagine stepping off the sand of Waikiki beach and climbing aboard an ultra-sleek, 44-foot, twin-hulled catamaran for a speedy sail off Diamond Head. Maita'i Catamaran was specifically designed for Oahu waters and can reach speeds for 20 knots. It offers passengers comfortable seats, a CD sound system, safety nets for sunbathing, and restrooms. Four sails are offered daily, look for the Maita'i on the beach between the Sheraton Waikiki and the Halekulani or, call (808) 922-5665.

"SASHIMI" FUN FISHING
Here's the kind of sunset cruise for the sportsman who wants more than a sit-down dinner and a drink with an umbrella. Climb aboard either their 47' Delta or 57' Catamaran for a four-hour sunset bottom-fishing adventure in search of mackerel, snapper, akule, and more. Rod, tackle and bait, a Local Style BBQ, and Waikiki transportation are included. If you want to see a different side of Hawaii'd nightlife, try going on Sashimi's Midnight Shark Hunt. Call (808) 955-FISH (3474).

STAR OF HONOLULU
Set sail on a morning Deluxe Coastal Cruise aboard the Star of Honolulu. Offering the perfect cruise value for families, this scenic Hawaiian culture cruise features a continental breakfast and lunch buffet, Hawaiian entertainment and activities, narration on Hawaii's lore, and the best views of the Battleship Missouri and Arizona Memorials and the Waikiki coastline.

Sunset Dinner Cruises depart nightly from the harbor in front of Aloha Tower Marketplace. Three nightly cruises feature an array of dining and entertainment experiences, with delicious menus of filet steak and seafood, exciting new shows, and beautiful views of Waikiki's coastline and Hawaii's vibrant sunsets. Call (808) 983-STAR for details. Or visit their web site at: www.starofhonolulu.com.

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  • Written Feb 21, 2005
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