• Alohilani Resort

    Alohilani Resort Waikiki Beach

      The ‘Alohilani Resort Waikiki Beach in Honolulu features a two-story, 280,000-gallon saltwater Oceanarium in its lobby, showcasing a variety of Hawaiian reef fishes. It offers beachside accommodations with several on-site dining options including Morimoto Asia for Asian cuisine and Momosan for casual ramen dishes. Many rooms and suites boast views of the Pacific Ocean and Diamond Head. Each room includes an HD TV, private bathroom, and amenities like free toiletries. The resort also features a saltwater infinity pool, hot tub, private cabanas, and live music at Swell Pool & Bar. The resort is close to Saint Augustine by-the-Sea and the Kuhio Beach Torch Lighting & Hula Ceremony, with Honolulu…

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    USS Bowfin Submarine Museum and Park

    USS Bowfin Tickets – USS Bowfin Ship Specifications The Silent Hero of Pearl Harbor: A Salute to the USS Bowfin The USS Bowfin, often christened as the “Pearl Harbor Avenger,” has graced the pages of World War II history with a distinctive blend of bravery, resilience, and resolve. This formidable warship played a pivotal role in the Pacific theater, earning a reputation as a force to be reckoned with and becoming an enduring symbol of America’s fighting spirit. Launched on December 7, 1942, precisely one year after the devastating attack on Pearl Harbor, the USS Bowfin seemed destined for vengeance. Named after a freshwater fish found predominantly in North America, the…

  • Waikiki Atlantis Submarine Adventure

    Explore Oahu’s waters on this submarine-style glass-bottom boat ride aboard the Atlantis Submarine. During this family-friendly adventure, learn about the local fish, coral and other animals in this marine habitat through your guide’s informative commentary. Please be aware all passengers must be 36″ or taller to ride. Descend 100 feet (30 meters) under the surface of the water without getting wet.  View the coral reefs and marine life from an Atlantis Oahu submarine Choice of morning and afternoon tours Choice of Atlantis and Atlantis Premium submarine tours Professional narration available in English, Japanese, Chinese, Korean and Spanish

  • Ko Olina Golf Club

    Ko Olina Golf Club, one of Golf Digest’s “Top 75 Resort Courses in the U.S.,” is a challenging 18-hole course built in 1990 by renowned golf course architect Ted Robinson. Typical of his designs, Ko Olina Golf Club features exceptional water features, multi-tiered greens, large landing areas, and a moderate length which makes it perfect for beginners and experts alike. The clubhouse design symbolizes all the aspirations of the resort. Approximately 35,000 square feet, the architecture is characterized by its tri-level design and Hawaiian pitched roofs. Broad overhangs and verandas give it an open atmosphere and provides golfers with spectacular views of the course and landscape. In addition to men’s…

  • USS Missouri battleship museum

    USS Missouri Battleship Specifications

    Class: Iowa class battleship Length: 887 feet 3 inches Beam: 108 feet 3 inches Draft: 34 feet 9 1/4 inches Weight: 58,000 tons (full load) 45,000 tons (unloaded) Speed: In excess of 30 knots (35 mph) Boilers: Eight 600 PSI Babcock & Wilcox Main Engines: Four geared General Electric turbines Tank Capacity: 2.5 million gallons of fuel oil 30,000 gallons of aviation fuel 239,000 gallons of fresh water

  • Aerial view of USS Arizona and USS Missouri Memorials at Ford Island, Pearl Harbor, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA

    USS Arizona Survivors List

    – Casualty List – – Ship’s Specifications – USS Arizona Survivors – Pearl Harbor December 7, 1941 United States Navy Charles A. Amacher, Sea1c John D. Anderson, BM2c Walter F. Bagby, SF3c Masten A. Ball, F1c Galen O. Ballard, F1c DeWayne Barth, BM1c Edward F. Bass, F2c William N. Baumeister, ACMM Harvey H. Becker, GM2c Edwin W. Bemis, Sea1c Earl D. Bennett, GM3c George A. Berdollt, FC3c Leroy A. Bird, CTC Estelle Birdsell, MM1 Daniel T. Birtwell, Lt. Comdr. Edward R. Bodey, BM2c Andrew J. Bowen, Jr., CMM Harry F. Bradshaw, Sea1c John Braydis, Sea1c Gene R. Brown,Sea1c Robert J. Browning, Sea2c John F. Bruce, GM3c Lauren F. Bruner, FC3c…

  • Luau on Oahu

    Enjoy a traditional lei greeting and experience a luau on Oahu. Hosted by Chief Sielu, Original World Fire Knife Dance Champion, this event provides the ideal opportunity to immerse yourself in island culture. Watch a Polynesian show, learn headband weaving, or take a hula lesson, before indulging in a Hawaiian feast, including pineapple glazed chicken and kalua pork. Upgrade to include priority access and convenient pickup, for a hassle-free experience. Take part in a Polynesian welcoming ceremony with the Chief Travel through the Polynesian Islands with an interactive and high energy show Learn to hula dance, weave a headband from coconut leaves, rub sticks together to make fire, or get a…

  • Golf

    Royal Kunia Country Club

    The course offers an uncompromising panoramic view of the entire south shore of Oahu. Spectacular views of Pearl Harbor, the Ko’olau and Waianae mountain ranges, the city of Honolulu and Diamond Head await every golf shot. The scenic, rolling fairways are lined with palm trees and other tropical native flora, along with six water features and 99 bunkers which adds to the aesthetic appeal of this picturesque golf course. Royal Kunia Country Club 94-1509 Anonui Street Waipahu, HI 96797 Reservations: (808) 688-9222 SCORECARD For Tee Time Reservations :808 688 9222 / 808 688 9223 email:marlon@royalkuniacc.com Ph# 808-364-8570 Fax# 808 688 9557 Pro shop 808 688 9222 / 808 688 9223…

  • Boat Rental

    Private Catamaran Cruise and Snorkeling Tour in Honolulu

    Getting out onto (and under) the water is a must-do while visiting Oahu, but big boat tours often mean crowded experiences. Avoid crowds and hassle with this private catamaran cruise that is exclusively for your group. Journey along the coastline to Diamond Head, stopping along the way fro wildlife-spotting, swimming and snorkeling. Private catamaran cruise, exclusively for your party Explore Oahu’s east coastline, from Kewalo Basin Harbor to Diamond Head Make stops along the way to see wildlife, such as turtles, dolphins and whales Opportunities to jump off board and swim or snorkel in the water

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    Hawaiian Parasailing in Waikiki

    Fly over the sparkling waters of Oahu on 1-hour parasailing adventure in Waikiki. Hop aboard your 12-person boat, soaring up into the skies with one or two other people for 10 minutes. Then, spend the rest of your hour gliding across the ocean, keeping your eyes peeled for dolphins, tropical fish and sea turtles. This small-group tour includes hotel pickup and drop-off for up to 12 travelers, and offers both morning and afternoon departures. Enjoy a 1-hour boat ride from Ala Wai Boat Harbor Select an 800- or 1,200-foot line for an 8- or 10-minute parasailing session Includes safety briefing and round-trip hotel transport Small-group tour limited to 12 for…