Powered by twin Cummins engines, it's not a rare sight to see the good ship Kilikina skipping across Oahu's waves to speedily deliver divers to the best dive spots. Under the banner of Hawaiian Diving Adventures, LLC, she plies the waters to provide a luxurious diving experience for up to 13 passengers. Kilikina boasts a freshwater shower, rinse buckets for expensive camera equipment, and comfortable wide seating, thanks to a clever tank-storage system. She doesn’t cater only to experience divers, however; she also serves as the launch point for guided snorkeling tours, which provide close encounters with local wildlife and reefs.
Boston may be thousands of miles from Oahu, but a puny ocean can't stand in the way of Boston Kine Pizza's chefs, who craft massive 19-inch pies the same way Bostonians do. They don't get to have all the fun; guests can create their own topping combinations, piling on pepperonis, pineapple slices, sausages, and spicy jalape?os. Regardless of what else is on it, each pizza is finished with hand-shredded mozzarella and popped into an oven until golden-brown.
Hotel Time Share Year Built 2003 Additional Property Description The exquisite western shore of Oahu, Hawaii is home to Marriotts Ko Olina Beach Club, where waterfalls and fountains welcome your arrival. Only thirty minutes from Honolulu, this secluded beachfront oasis is nestled within Ko Olina Resort, a lush 642 acre gated community where seven crystal clear lagoons shimmer. Offering your choice of deluxe guestrooms or 1, 2, or 3 bedroom villas, this resort in Ko Olina, Hawaii offers the ideal accommodations for any group. Spacious villas at our Ko Olina resort include fully equipped kitchens, washer/dryer, and separate living and dining areas. All guestrooms and villas in our Ko Olina beach resort include televisions with DVD players, high speed Internet, and access to all of our resorts amenities. Delight in a spectacular lagoon pool, go golfing at the nearby Ko Olina Golf Course, indulge at our on site spa, and dine at your choice of fine restaurants. Discover Marriotts Ko Olina Beach Club and experience a vacation like none other.
When it comes to spearfishing, Westside Dive and Tackle founder Kris Tyler considers using scuba tanks as cheating. So when he suits up to spearfish, the seasoned outdoorsman plunges 20 feet below the water’s surface, holds his breath in the stillness, and waits: “You become a part of the reef or rock, and you wait for the perfect situation—for the one fish that might give you that really good shot.” A self-described “water baby,” Kris has been swimming and fishing in Hawaii and Florida since childhood. Most of all, he loves the way spearfishing enables him to connect with the underwater universe and partake in a tradition Hawaiians have enriched for generations.
In addition to his spearfishing expeditions, Mr. Tyler totes explorers to his favorite sunken wrecks and lava caverns off the coast of Oahu on scuba-diving charters, and equips them to chart their own expeditions or challenge blowfish to staring contests during scuba-diving certification.
There are many reasons a person might need physical therapy. From postinjury rehab and stroke recovery to arthritis management and sports-performance enhancement, the facilities at PT Hawaii are well equipped to handle a wide range of neuromusculoskeletal maladies. Within the comfort of a private treatment room, massage therapists knead aching muscles and improve range of motion in stiff joints. The reduced gravitational force and bumped-up buoyancy of the 100,000-gallon saltwater AquaCare pool help people improve their Marco Polo technique while protecting injured parts from further damage.
Green flags set tires squealing inside Podium Raceway's 44,000-square-foot facility as up to 12 drivers jockey the emission-free electric karts for a Podium finish. Two straightaways send floored pedals toward top speeds of up to 45 miles per hour, and four hairpin turns test karts? handling and drivers? ability to steer with their ponytails. Drivers can take to the track during individual or group races.