Mai Tai sunset sail
Mai Tais. Sunsets. Waikiki, Hawaii. | This sunset sail was an absolutely DELIGHT! They offer a few different times throughout the day. The sunset sail is open-bar. That's right – OPEN BAR.
There's also a few non-alcoholic options too! It's about 1.5 hours on the water, with check-in 30-minutes prior to the sail. We check in at their kiosk right on the beach.
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Adventure At A Glance
Waikiki Beach | OAHU
Mai Tais cocktails, beer, wine, champagne, juices, and soft drinks.
What to Bring:
Photo ID (21+ years)
So much fun! I absolutely love beach catamarans. They are casual and relaxed. This boat did not disappoint. The crew was friendly and we had a few mai tais. Check it out!
Boarding for the Mai Tai catamaran is on the beach. There is no dock or pier. You will need to walk in the water to board the boat. If you prefer a sunset sail with a dock, Port Hilton is the only docked catamaran in Waikiki.
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