Hawaii Yacht Charters

Famous for its massive volcanoes and sea teeming with marine life, Hawaii offers an incomparable yachting experience. What better way to experience this tropical oasis than on your private charter yacht? Introducing Noelani, the 75-foot (22.86m) Sunseeker Predator, aka your ticket to paradise. Experience 360-degree views of the most striking natural landscapes in the world. 

Hawaii Yacht Charter, Kauai, Oahu, Molokai, Kalaupapa National Historical Park, Lanai, Maui

To put it simply, Noelani is the largest, most luxurious motor yacht in the Hawaiian Islands. For those not familiar with boats, the Sunseeker Predator 75’ (22.86 m) is a highly sought-after yacht that is rarely on the market. Sailing the beautiful Hawaiian waters on a yacht of this caliber is an unforgettable experience. 

Hawaii Yacht Charter, Kauai, Oahu, Molokai, Kalaupapa National Historical Park, Lanai, Maui

Noelani is an exceptionally spacious yacht. She features three ample staterooms, a full galley, and accommodations for up to 6 overnight guests. Combined with two 12-cylinder twin-turbocharged, 1300 horsepower engines with a top speed of 36 knots, getting you to your destination significantly faster than your average charter yacht. For the foodies onboard, Noelani comes equipped with your very own private chef. Itching for some classic Hawaiian cuisine? No problem… whether you’re feeling a plate of oceanside poke or classic Luna stew, your chef will be ready and waiting to serve you. Private yacht charters aboard Noelani were designed to be the best experience of your life. Nowhere else in Hawaii can you get a personal masseuse, chef, professional crew, and chauffeured limousine all in one. In total, Hawaii is made up of 137 tropical islands. Of these islands, several of them have grown to become some of the most notorious vacation destinations in the world.

Kauai

Kauai is a lush and tropical island best known as the “Garden Isle.” Kauai lies 105 miles (169 km) across the Kauai Channel, northwest of Oahu. Home to the famous Waimea Canyon State Park, Kauai offers some of the most incredible natural landscapes in the world. Massive mountains covered in lush green landscaping, it’s no wonder over 1.5 million tourists visit the island each year (according to the County of Kauai Office of Economic Development).

Hawaii Yacht Charter, Kauai, Oahu, Molokai, Kalaupapa National Historical Park, Lanai, Maui

For the perfect day in Kauai, begin the morning by waking up in your comfy queen-sized bed aboard Noelani. Allow your private chef to prepare the breakfast of your dreams while you sip on a fresh cup of coffee. The spread of locally-grown fruit is sure to refresh you from your slumber. Then head to the mainland for a private tour of Waimea Canyon State Park. Also known as the Grand Canyon of the Pacific, Waimea Canyon State Park features stunning red soil that can be seen from miles away. The panoramic views of crested buttes, rugged crags, and deep valley gorges go on for miles. For the adventure seekers, take a hike through these mountains and experience nature at your fingertips. Then head back to the yacht for a sunset dinner cruise. With Noelani, the possibilities are truly endless. 

Oahu

Oahu is known as “the gathering place” of Hawaii. Third largest of the Hawaiian Islands, Oahu is home to over one million people (roughly two-thirds of the entire Hawaiian population). The diamond-shaped island is surrounded by the ocean and divided by enormous mountain ranges. Due to the high rate of precipitation in Oahu, many mountains are blanketed in bright green plants. A tourism and shopping haven, roughly five million people visit Oahu each year. 

Hawaii Yacht Charter, Kauai, Oahu, Molokai, Kalaupapa National Historical Park, Lanai, Maui

As you wake up on the North shore, go for a morning smoothie at the sunrise shack, famous for their fresh fruit smoothies, açai bowls, and of course, coffee. When it comes to things to do in Oahu, there is no shortage of activities. For a bird’s eye view of Oahu, take a private helicopter ride for less than $300 per person. Imagine seeing the enormous rock formations from thousands of feet above the ground. A view like this is truly priceless. When you’re ready for lunch, allow your crew to prepare a beachside lunch with a local assortment of seafood. When you’re done with the picnic, head back to the yacht and take a nap on the sundeck. Rest on the cozy couch cushions as you read a good book in the sun. When the sun sets, take some pictures with your family to remember your vacation.

Molokai

Molokai is 38-miles of lush greenery and sapphire water. Molokai’s northern Kalaupapa Peninsula is a steep, winding path that leads to Kalaupapa National Historical Park. What used to be an isolated leper colony below the towering cliffs, Kalaupapa National Historical Park is a beautiful place to go hiking. The striking ocean views are truly a sight to see. To visit Kalaupapa National Historical Park, you must obtain a permit. This strict policy keeps the park protected while honoring those who have lived there in the past.

Hawaii Yacht Charter, Kauai, Oahu, Molokai, Kalaupapa National Historical Park, Lanai, Maui

For the perfect day in Molokai, begin your day with a local fruit smoothie. Relax on the sundeck with family and friends as your captain gives you an exclusive tour of the different islands around Molokai. See the giant rock formations and towering cliffs all from the comfort of your yacht. Offering some of the highest cliffs in the world, it only makes sense to go for a hike. Visit Papohaku Beach, one of Hawaii’s largest white-sand beaches. These secluded beaches make you feel like you are on your private island. Thanks to your private yacht, go to the most remote beaches in all of Hawaii anytime you want. Spend the afternoon going kayaking while watching the sunset. Then enjoy a tiki-lit dinner on the beach before heading back to the yacht for bed. 

Lanai

Lanai is the sixth-largest of the Hawaiian Islands. Lanai is known as Hawaii’s ‘most enticing island.” Just a short 9 miles from Maui is a world of ultra-luxurious resorts, secluded beaches, and incredible golfing. If any of these activities are of interest to you, we suggest checking out this slice of heaven. Lanai features over 89,000 acres of countryside. According to tourists, this island is perfect for going off the grid. 

Hawaii Yacht Charter, Kauai, Oahu, Molokai, Kalaupapa National Historical Park, Lanai, Maui

For being a small island, Lanai sure has plenty of activities to keep you busy. Begin your day with a breakfast on the sundeck before heading to Lanai for a resort spa day. Relax at one of the many luxurious resorts featured on the island. If you prefer to stay moving, go for a game of golf at Manele Golf Course. If you choose to spend the day by the water, Lanai has incredible snorkeling and fishing.

Hawaii Yacht Charter, Kauai, Oahu, Molokai, Kalaupapa National Historical Park, Lanai, Maui

Head back to the yacht for an exclusive snorkeling experience you can only get from the seclusion of your private yacht. Share your vacation with close family and friends with the privacy of your yacht. When the sun goes down, feast your eyes (and your tastebuds) on a Mai Tai brighter than the Hawaiian sunset. 

Maui

The second-largest of the Hawaiian Islands, Maui is known as “The Valley Isle” of Hawaii. Locals say “Maui no ka oi Maui no ka oi” meaning, Maui is the best. Rightfully so, the island is packed with world-famous spots. The landscape of Maui is extremely diverse. Black sand beaches, bright green mountains, and massive waterfalls can all be found (and explored) in Maui. When it comes to Hawaiian volcanoes, Maui is no exception. Each volcanic formation is made of iron-rich rocks. Maui’s diverse landscape and stunning scenery make it the perfect island to explore. 

Hawaii Yacht Charter, Kauai, Oahu, Molokai, Kalaupapa National Historical Park, Lanai, Maui

Wake up gently, perhaps with a cup of tea or lemon water, as you watch the striking Hawaiian sunrise. As the sun begins to rise, you notice the mountains standing proudly in the distance. You’ve made it to Maui. Begin the day with a boat ride around the island. Feast your eyes on the famous Hana Highway. This 64.4-mile-long road stretches from Kahului to the town of Hana in east Maui. See the striking mountains and black sand beaches from the comfort of your yacht. The view from a car simply cannot compare to the view from the ocean. When you’re ready to go on land, let your captain drop you off at the quaint village of Lahaina for some shopping and authentic Hawaiian coffee. Enjoy the stunning mountain scenery before making your way to the wharf where Noelani, your charter yacht, will take you out for a whale-watching cruise. Then head back to Maui for an afternoon tour of the island. Visit the Maui waterfalls, go for a hike, or walk around the Maui Gardens. Maui is full of endless opportunities for adventure. 

Island of Hawai’i

The Island of Hawai’i is the largest island located in all of Hawaii. While the island encompasses over 4,028 square miles of land, only 13% of the Hawaiian population lives here. The largest city on The Island of Hawai’i is Hilo. Hilo is home to beautiful beaches such as the famous James Kealoha Beach. The Island of Hawaii is home to the world’s tallest mountain, Mauna Kea. Measured from its seafloor base to its highest peak, Mauna Kea is the world’s tallest mountain, taller than even Mount Everest, since the base of Mount Everest is above sea level. For more than a century, the backbone of Hawai’i’s economy was sugarcane. However, in the mid 20th century, the sugarcane plantations began to close. Today, Hawai’i’s largest economic sector tourism.

Hawaii Yacht Charter, Kauai, Oahu, Molokai, Kalaupapa National Historical Park, Lanai, Maui

The perfect day on the island of Hawai’i begins with breakfast on the yacht. Once breakfast is over, have your captain take you to some of the most remote locations in all of Hawaii. Soak up the sun on your private beach or get a personal tour of the gigantic rock formations around the island. Watch as the lava oozes from the side of the mountain before pouring into the cold pacific waters. Get up-close and personal with the Hawaiian shoreline and see what landlocked individuals can’t. This is just one of the many advantages of the Noelani charter experience. When your exclusive tour of the Hawaiian coastline is over, head to the mainland for a rainforest hike. See the cascading Rainbow waterfalls or visit the steamy hot springs. Notorious for its sunny weather, the west side of the island features many golf courses, whale watching, and more. When the sun begins to set, enjoy a candle-lit dinner on a remote beach. Finally, go for an exhilarating manta ray night dive on the west side of the big island. Here you will find massive manta rays attracted by plankton, which in turn are attracted by bright lights. To catch the plankton the manta rays filter it out of the ocean by swooping through the water with their mouths open before gracefully swimming through the light beams, sometimes almost touching their spectators. This natural phenomenon is truly a sight to see. Then head back to the yacht for a relaxing night of wine drinking and stargazing before heading to bed. 

Hawaiian Bliss

Your private yacht vacation is sure to tailor your every need. Aboard Noelani, the Hawaiian Islands are your oyster. Whether you choose to sit back and relax aboard the yacht or hike through the mountains in Hilo, we guarantee a blissful charter experience full of great memories to last forever. 

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