Watch the sun set over the azure waters of the Hawaiian Islands. While it may be tempting to close your eyes and relax as you feel the warm breeze in your hair… don’t! Keep your eyes peeled for sea turtles, dolphins and even whales. Once the sun has gone down, enjoy the epic firework show taking place off the coast as you sail along on this luxurious catamaran that has earned quite the reputation in the area. Do bring a light jacket to fight off any chill that might set in once the sun sets, and remember to wear solid shoes with rubber soles to avoid slippage on the outer decks of the Makani.
The Makani Catamaran has been in operation for several years, and was constructed in the U.S. Virgin Islands. The yacht features top-of-the-line construction, and exists thanks to the ingenuity of a skilled investment group including Captain Jon Jepson and architect Dave Wallworth, with the help of Gold Coast Yachts. This impressive yacht is worth $1.8 million; the carbon fiber mast alone coming in at $400,000! After the ship was completed in 2005, the crew set sail for Honolulu, sailing over 8,000 miles and passing through the Panama Canal, skirting the coast of Central America and heading northwest via Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. She now calls Kewalo Basin home in lovely Honolulu, and is just waiting for you to take a spin on her beautiful decks, thanks to the exciting cruise options brought to you by Makani.
Present your Pass at the ticket window on Slip F1 to board the boat.