Hawaii private sailing charter

Any occasion is a great one to get out sailing on Hawaiian waters to enjoy some relaxing and refreshing ocean time. Especially here in Hawaii. The air is balmy and year-round trade winds provide Honolulu with wonderful sailing conditions

Don’t dream your life, live your dream

Our most popular boat tours are certainly the private yacht charter, weddings, anniversaries and sunset sailing cruises. In addition, sailing lessons, birthdays and corporate adventures await.

While sailing in Honolulu we often see Hawaiian green sea turtles lazing in the sun, dolphins jumping the bow, whales (winter only) spouting off to starboard, and the stunning shine of Venus at sunset.


Sailing Lessons, Learn the Ropes

sailing lessons in Honolulu

American Magic may be out, but the race to the America’s Cup continues. Whether you’re an avid Cup follower or just interested in sailing lessons to learn the ropes, this is one of the most exciting events in yachting.

Talking about “learning the ropes,” the first thing you learn in boating is that they are “lines”, not ropes. A rookie shows who s/he is because their ease (or lack of) with the nautical language will give them away in a heartbeat. And there is nothing wrong with being a rookie…we all start at the beginning. Boating, and especially sailing lessons, do indeed have its own language and it is learned over time by just being around sailors and being onboard. Sit back and listen and you can learn a lot through osmosis. Participate, ask questions, listen and learn and you will soon be talking this language too. What fun!

About the photo… You can understand from the way the docklines are tied what kind of boater each is. You can even sum up how they handle their boat and, perhaps, how “bristol” (shipshape) their boat is. Two different styles, indeed! I know whose boat I want to sail on.

Come on over to Sail Blue Hawaii for some Oahu sailing: sit back, relax, indulge yourself in a private sailing charter and the gift of “just being out there” and I bet you go home with some of that nautical language in your head, whether you want it there or not. 😉