The Luxurious Hoku Nui

People on the Hoku Nui sailing to snorkel spot

Our luxurious 50 foot catamaran, the Hoku Nui, really makes the difference in sailing to Kealakekua Bay.  Join our excellent crew aboard a start-of-the-art vessel for the best snorkel tour in Hawaii!  The Hoku Nui translated means “Big Star” and is a well-deserved handle for this spacious boat.

Kealakekua Bay – Marine Life Conservation District

Kealakekua Bay, Hawaii

Kealakekua Bay is a popular snorkeling spot and is the pristine snorkel destination for Sea Paradise snorkel tour. and is part of Marine Life Conservation District (MLCD). State of Hawaii’s Division of Aquatic Resources describes the area as 315 acres, established in 1969. Located on the western coast of Hawai‘i near the village of Captain […]

Join Us On The Hoku Nui

Spacious Hoku Nui

Join us on the Hoku Nui.  Our spacious and beautiful 50-foot catamaran to enjoy a fun snorkel or manta ray experience.  Sail out with our excellent crew for a memorable experience.  This luxurious craft offers a complete panoramic view of the West Coast of Kona.  Enjoy the sea breeze as we sail out to your […]

12 Things People From Hawaii Do That Seem Insane To Everyone Else

Woman snorkeling underwater

Megan Shute for Only In Your State on things Hawaiians do.  Join us on the beautiful Hoku Nui to experience an incredible experience on a manta ray or snorkel tour. As the most isolated population center on the entire planet, the Hawaiian Islands are incredibly unique in everything from our scenery and land formations to […]

Snorkel With The Majestic Manta Rays

Manta Rays underwater

One of the most popular activities to do on the Big Island is our manta ray tour.  Sail with our excellent crew on the spacious Hoku Nui out to Manta Ray Village for an experience you will never forget.  Float above the majestic and gentle manta and witness their elegant ballet!

Why Is James Cook Important?

The Hoku Nui at sea

SidMartinBio on why James Cook is important.  Join us on the Hoku Nui to snorkel in the Kealakekua Bay, the best snorkeling spot on the island next to the famous monument named for James Cook. Why is Captain James Cook important? James Cook was a naval captain, navigator and explorer who, in 1770, charted New […]