Private Boat Charters

Enjoy 2, 4, 8 or more hours on one of our boats

We have 3 boats to choose from based on availability and activity you want.

HAPA – A wonderful boat for deep water diving. Our 27’ double engine Radon is our primary dive boat. She has plenty of space for up to 6 guests, captain, guide, and all dive and snorkel gear.

MELE KAI – Mele Kai is a 29’ triple hull pontoon. She is our primary surf and secondary dive boat. If you want shade and sun and want to keep to the Bay, this is the boat you want. Lots of room to spread out; limited to 6 guests, captain and guides. Lots of room for diving, snorkel, surfing or an ocean picnic.

WA’A KAULUA – The name means “Double Hull Canoe” and she is the only one available for rent on the island. She seats 12; 11 guests and 1 guide. A beautiful addition to weddings and traditional burials at sea, this 32’ long canoe is also ideal for team building exercises. A minimum of 5 guests is required to paddle her through the water.

Hapa and Mele Kai

4 Hour Rental:

6:30 am – 10:30 am or 11:30 am – 3:00 pm; later charters may be available during the summer.

4 hours: $700

Hapa and Mele Kai

8 Hour Rental:

Any consecutive 8 hour period starting at 6:30 am and ending by 4:00 pm; earlier or later charters may be available during the summer.

8 hours: $1350

Time includes loading/unloading. Price includes use of gear for one chosen activity (2 tank diving/snorkeling or surfing), one captain and one guide. If divers are not certified or surfing instruction is requested, additional charges apply. Credit will be given if no equipment is used.

Hourly rate: $200 (Includes loading/unloading, Captain and snorkeling equipment only. Two hour minimum for each boat)

Wa’a Kaulua

Any consecutive times between 10:00 am and ending by 4:00 pm. Time includes loading/unloading, guide and paddle instruction.

3 Hours: $650

6 Hours: $1200

Wa’a Kaulua is also available for weddings; if additional paddlers are needed, a platform is needed for the wedding party, or transportation of the canoe to outside of Maunalua Bay is required, additional charges will apply.