Kailua Bay Charter Company
Gain a new perspective on Kailua-Kona's coastline, its underwater reef and sea life from a 36ft glass-bottomed boat with a cheery crew...
Blue Sea Cruises
If you want to add a little fine dining – well, OK, decent buffet dinner – to a glass-bottom boat excursion, consider a trip with Blue...
After uniting the Hawaiian Islands in 1810, Kamehameha the Great established the kingdom's royal court in Lahaina on Maui, but he...
Kailua Pier information
Kailua Bay was once a major cattle-shipping area, where animals were stampeded into the water and forced to swim to steamers waiting to transport them to Honolulu slaughterhouses. Now locals come to swim at lunchtime and canoe clubs launch their vessels. The Hawaiian International Billfish Tournament kicks off here, continuing a sportfishing tradition begun in 1915, when the pier was built.