Wa'akaulua is the Hawaiian word for double canoe. It is pronounced wah-ah-kow-loo-uh.
 
Kiko's canoe sailing at Wailoa Park

Sailing at Wailoa Park
hike at New Beach
Hiking at New Beach
Dutch ladies on charter cruise
Christel, Monique and Maike

Tours and Charters

Sail out of various harbors and landings on different parts of Hawaii Island. See black sand beaches, sugar mill ruins, schooner landing remains, waterfalls, sea cliffs, deserts, forests, ancient and historical lava flows, modern harbor works and shipping. Sunrise, sunset and night sails are possible as well as daytime sails.

Trips are a combination of sailing and paddling depending on the wind strength and direction as well as the interest, energy and enthusiasm of the guests. We will discuss the history, culture, geology and canoe sailing. Guests sit in seats in the hull while paddling. While sailing they may sit on the platform between the hulls.

Three-hour sailing trips with Captain Kiko on his double hull canoe are $100 per person for 4-6 people (or a minimum of $400 per trip). The canoe can seat up to six passengers. Several locations on the Big Island are possible. We will arrange departure time on booking. Call for details.

Call for prices on longer or overnight trips.

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