Experience the underwater world of Kona in an actual submarine which can dive to a depth of 100 feet! Tour the Kona coastline in their techologically advanced vessel.
Atlantis Submarines are battery powered so no pollution is emiitted into the ocean and move quietly through the water amongst the fish, turtles, dolphins and whales in season.
Come to Atlantis Submarines at the Kailua Pier in Kailua-Kona. Check at their Kona virtual tour.
Bite Me Sportfishing is one of the largest sportfishing operations in Hawaii with six sportfishing yachts including Bite Me 4 which departs from the Kailua Pier. Especially convenient if you are visiting with a cruise ship for just a day.
Bite Me Sportfishing's USCG licensed captains and boat crews provide expert experience and equipment to give you that extra edge to catch that large game fish you've been dreaming of.
Kona Boys shack at the Kailua Pier.
Kona Boys offers Kayak, Surfboard and Stand-Up Paddleboard rentals, tours and sales and along with an outrigger sail and snorkel at the Kailua Pier.
The Kona Boys Shop is located in Kealakakua at 79-7539 Mamalahoa Hwy. and next to the Kailua Pier beachfront at the King Kamehameha Beach Hotel.
Parasailing in Hawaii is fun and easy and an experience you will remember for a lifetime.
UFO offers single, tandem and three people at a time. Parsailing is available in Kona year round. Each flight will last 8 to 12 minutes depending on your package and the total boat time will last approximately one hour.
Office: King Kamehameha’s Kona Beach Hotel, 75-5660 Palani Road, Suite 111, Kailua-Kona. Boat located at the Kailua Pier.
• Cruise Ship Port • Offshore Mooring Area • Comfort Station
• 16' Wide Commercial Ramp • 3 Loading & Unloading Areas
• Vessel Washdown • Outside Showers • Restrooms
KAILUA BAY & PIER
Kaahumanu Place at Ali'i Drive
75-5660 Palani Road, Kailua-Kona, HI 96740
19° 38′ 22″ N, 155° 59′ 49″ W
Hawaii Island District Office: (808) 327-3690
This site is NOT affiliated with Harbor management, the State of Hawaii, Harbors Division, DLNR nor Dept. of Boating and Ocean Recreation.
Toll Free Reservations: 1-800-381-0237
(808) 329-7585 or TOLL FREE (800) 345-4807
75-5813 Alii Drive, Kailua-Kona
75-5629 Kuakini Hwy, Kailua-Kona, HI 96740
Photos courtesy Body Glove Hawaii
Kealakekua: (808) 328-1234
Kailua Pier: (808) 329-2345
Whether joining HLSI or surfing Kona for the first time or adding more board stories, our surfing classroom gets students geared up, prepped and warmed up for the real waves. An All Exclusive Surf Experience with our Family Owned Hawaiian Surf School.
78-6702 Alii Dr., Kailua-Kona, HI 96740
Open seven days a week from 7 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
75-5909 Ali'i Dr., Kailua-Kona HI 96740
75-5669 Alii Drive, #1107, Kailua-Kona
Our usual departure is from Kailua Pier and will take you on a glass bottomed adventure in Kailua Bay. Cruise along the coastline hovering within inches of the coral reef. We are also now offering tours departing from Honokohau Harbor. Enjoy a lively narration by a knowledgeable marine naturalist as you take in the beauty above and below the ocean’s surface. An eco-tour that is fun for all ages! Private Charters also available!
Ash scattering at sea has been an attractive alternative to other forms of interment for many generations. A return to nature, love of the sea, wishes of the deceased, a nautical background, conservation of land space, are just some of the reasons for selecting ash scattering at sea for the final disposition of cremated remains.
Our instructors are dedicated to your success. Our lessons are taught by CPR, First-aide, lifeguard trained instructors. We've taught thousands of people how to surf.
Enjoy one of the most popular snorkel adventures on the Kona coast of Hawaii. Join Ocean Eco Tours for the Manta Ray Night Snorkel and get up close and personal with these gentle giants of the deep.
Crystal clear water, untouched coral reefs and magnificent marine Eco Systems will fill your mind, body and spirit. Weather we visit our local snorkel reefs, tour to Kealakekua Bay(captain cook monument)or our newest National park in the United States (Honokohau-Koloko) your day will be filled with a fun and adventures snorkel tour.
Introductory dives begin with a short introduction to the rules of SCUBA diving, learning about basic equipment and practicing a few safety skills in shallow water. Once you become relaxed then you'll go on a guided tour with your instructor no deeper than 40 ft. It is a great way to try diving without being certified.