A four-hour adventure cruise to explore the historic Kona coast, sea caves & lava tubes en route to Capt. Cook's Monument at Kealakekua Bay and the Place of Refuge. Guests will snorkel at these premier marine sanctuaries viewing many species of fish, eels, turtles, and corals. The adventure continues as we head out to find the dolphins and whales. Guests will learn about dolphins, whales and other ocean wildlife while observing them in their natural habitat.!
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Guided Tour,Scenic Coastal Cruise,Historical Narrative,Snorkel Mask,Snorkel Fins,Wetsuit,Drinking Water,Soft Drinks,Snacks
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78-7130 Kaleiopapa Street Kailua-Kona, HI, United States - 96740
Keauhou Bay is a historic area in the Kona District of the Big Island of Hawai?i. The name comes from ke au hou which means "the new era" in the Hawaiian Language. The Keauhou Harbor Resort area includes the Sheraton Kona Resort & Spa at Keauhou Bay, the 22.9-acre, Keauhou Shopping Center, two golf courses, timeshare, residential and resort condominiums. The largest convention center in Kona is located at the Sheraton, just South of the bay. The 2,400 acres of the resort are owned by a subsidiary of Kamehameha School, which sponsors cultural events atthe facilities. There is a small boat ramp, used for some trips to Kealakekua Bay, and the Keauhou Canoe Club for canoe races.
|Nautical Coordinates:||   19° 33′ 42″ N, 155° 57′ 47″ W|
|NOAA Chart:||   19327|
|Harbor Master:||   Patrick Ryan|
|Email Address:||   DLNR.BD.HonokohauHarbor@hawaii.gov|