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Kailua Kailikimaka Lighted Boat Parade

Hoku Nui lighted for Christmas parade

Sea Paradise’s Hoku Nui participated in the 7th annual Kailua Kalikimaka Lighted Boat parade that took place last Sunday night and won 2nd place!  A lighted volcano adorned the top of the Hoku Nui and a synchronized hula was performed on the boat.  Great fun was had by all.  There were six festive participants who showed great creativity and talent including the afore mentioned volcano with hula dance performance, snow machine, giant santa and a big Christmas tree.  There were 10 judges who ranged in ages from 8 years old to 70 who made the difficult choice.   Mele Kalikimaka from Sea Paradise!


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