Yacht Charters in Hawaii

Eric Petersen
Monday, August 06, 2007
One of the often overlooked ways to enjoy a vacation to Hawaii is to charter a luxury yacht for a private cruise.

There are many options for boat rentals in Hawaii, but they are typically old, rusty boats that are jam packed with tourists. Not exactly the best way to enjoy paradise.

Luckily, there is an alternative. There are a number of luxury yachts in Hawaii (especially on the island of Oahu) that can take you for a private cruise far away from the sunburned hordes. Once the exclusive domain of the super rich, luxury boats can now be rented by the hour for a lot less money than you might think.

Their is a large range of yachts available for charter ranging from luxury sail boats to vintage motor yachts. A yacht charter broker can help you find the perfect boat to meet your needs, based on the size of your group, your budget and what you would like to do.

When you book a private yacht charter, you're the boss. The departure time and itinerary are completely up to you. Plan your own
sightseeing charters, sunset cruises or even luxury dinner cruises with a private chef. With a little imagination you can create an adventure that will be one of the most memorable highlights of your vacation in Hawaii.

Yacht charters have also become increasingly popular in Hawaii as locations for wedding ceremonies, wedding receptions and corporate events. A private charter provides an unforgettable alternative to the hotel banquet room routine, and the largest boats can accomodate up to eighty passengers. The shared experience of being together on a unique, private charter is a great way for people to bond with each other.

Vacations are all about creating lasting memories. For a little extra money and imagination you can experience the beautiful waters of Hawaii away from the crowds and have another great story to tell when you get back home.

Eric Petersen is the owner of Hawaii Yacht Charters which is based in Honolulu on the island of Oahu.

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