2169 Kalia Rd
Honolulu HI 96815
Who we are
The Holokai is a 3-year-old custom built beach catamaran. She holds a max passenger capacity of 49 people plus three crew. Holokai is equipt with a clean, spacious restroom, a stocked bar serving alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages being staffed by CPR/First Aid trained snorkel guides, crew and USCG certified Captains with decades of local experience. You can rest assured knowing that you are safe and sound with the best crew and captains on the island.
Holokai Catamaran is about providing memories that last a lifetime. Whether we are taking your family snorkeling with giant sea turtles, cruising past Diamond Head while relaxing in the nets, or making new friends on our open bar Sunset Cruise. We are committed to creating an environment that is safe, professional and fun. Our team strives to be attentive, personable and kind to all our guests and we look forward to creating an unforgettable experience for you.
Waikiki Outrigger Reef Resort
Kapiolani Childrens Hospital
Make A Wish Foundation
Wounded Warrior Project
Giovanni Pastrami Restaurant
Holokai Catamaran has been a dream come true for husband and wife team Rich and Soo. The couple first met on the beach of Waikiki 10 years ago. Rich was a member of the iconic Waikiki Beach Boys and captained other local beach catamarans for over 20 years.
"Rich was my surf instructor, and after we married, we had the opportunity to buy one of the seven grandfathered catamaran leases for Waikiki Beach, which virtually never come up for sale because they stay in families for generations," said Soo. "We leaped at that chance after Rich had worked his way up to boat captain on other crews, it's his intimate knowledge of the seascape and ocean environment that helps make for a memorable experience for anyone who comes aboard our boats."
"Go on a booze cruise!" — Hawaii Magazine
"One of the most fun and effortless ways to get in the water is a sail off of Waikiki." — Frommers Travel
"THINGS TO DO IN OAHU: SNORKEL & SAIL WITH HOLOKAI CATAMARAN. " — THIS NOT A BLOG