Tourists in Hawaii Now Have Another Mini-Cruise Option
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Traveling to Hawaii is a dream come true for many tourists, and Lux Aquatica Hawaii is making the trip to the island paradise even more enjoyable by taking passengers for a luxurious journey on a 54-foot yacht.
According to Lux Aquatica Hawaii, the 54-foot yacht has been dubbed the Avery Claire and offers private parties of six guests the chance to sail around the Hawaiian Islands in the lap of luxury aboard the vessel.
Add in the fact that the Honolulu-based yacht also has its own private three-person exploration submarine, and this is the one-of-a-kind experience that could take a Hawaiian vacation to the next level.
Avery Claire captain John Morton released a statement about the mini-cruises:
“We are Hawaii's ocean entertainment experts. Depending on your desires, we customize either the most serene, beautiful and perfect leisure experience that yachting has to offer — or pure excitement with a shot of adrenalin. It's your choice. Our private tranquil cruises offer breathtaking panoramic views of Oahu's coastline and Honolulu's city lights from the sea. Passengers see dolphins, manta rays, sea turtles and humpback whales in season, and unforgettable sunsets. Those seeking more action and adventure can jump right into the submarine for the most exciting ride of their life.”
There are many different options for those looking to sail on the Avery Claire. Not only are there standard morning, afternoon and evening cruises, but there are also specialty trips like a Friday night fireworks cruise, a morning Zen holistic cruise, afternoon snorkeling and paddle boarding cruises, and even private five-star dinner cruises.
The voyage could be one night or could entail a multiple-day itinerary, and crew members will be onboard throughout to assist passengers. There are three air-conditioned private staterooms and two private bathrooms to accommodate the guests.
Of all the enticing options on this yacht, the most interesting is the yellow submarine. The craft is accessible to guests and can dive to depths of up to 125 feet. As if the submarine wasn’t enough, there is also a Zodiac inflatable speedboat for water activities such as wakeboarding, water skiing, fishing, or just a thrill cruise.
For prices and availability, check the company’s official website.
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