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The first thing that strikes you is that sadly the Maritime Museum is closed. There are 2 vintage sailing ships moored alongside the pier, a large brass propeller and the stuffed largest marlin ever caught. There are tropical fish in the water and there are...More
This place is just a marina where people dock their boats, you can see sailing boats, some yachts and some very heavy cargo traffic in the late hours of the day, nothing to do in my opinion so only visit if you pass by, some...More
My wife and I walked around this area one afternoon. Honolulu Harbor is the principal seaport of Honolulu and the State of Hawaii and is also known as Kulolia and Ke Awa O Kou. Honolulu Harbor has beautiful views of the Ko'olau Mountains mixed with...More
We finished our week in the Hawaiian Islands with a full day tour with Brie/Island Tours.
We not only completed the full trip around the island but also enjoyed sharing the cultures of the the island compared to our Oklahoma living. It was a great...More
We just happened to visit on a day when the Mexican Navy's training ship was in and open to visitors but there are other ships to see. A short walk along the edge of the harbour allowed us to see coral and tropical fish growing...More
This is a pleasant stroll for cruise ship passengers who have some time to kill. There are some interesting old ships and usually a good number of tropical fish clearly visible from the dockside. If you are on vacation and staying elsewhere in Hawaii it...More
Which boat would I like to take out? That is the question that you may answer if you walk among the docks. There are some great looking boats and everyone there seems very friendly and helpful. As you work your way to the Aloha Tower...More
The cruise terminal is a 20 minute drive from the downtown area but they provided a hop on hop off bus service. It is walkable but not that pleasant - be prepared for skyscrapers closing out the daylight in places. Would... More
The cruise terminal is a 20 minute drive from the downtown area but they provided a hop on hop off bus service. It is walkable but not that pleasant - be prepared for skyscrapers closing out the daylight in places. Would recommend the sightseeing bus. No sign of taxis but we arrived on a Sunday.