Top Pick for Guided Humpback Whale Tour

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Top Pick for Guided Humpback Whale Tour

The humpbacks are here, and one of the quintessential ways to see them are from the port side of the Hula Kai catamaran Hawaii's Kona coastline. Starting January 16th, the Hula Kai's "Whale Watch Cruise" becomes our top pick for whale sails, and runs through March, 2009.

On board this high-tech, 55-foot Technicraft power catamaran, patrons can relax in uber-cozy seats both in and outdoors, on upper and lower decks, while enjoying fresh snacks and beverages (including a no-host bar for those of agers), showers, lavatories, and the best snorkel and Scuba gear.

Limited to 42 passengers, the staff and crew of the Hula Kai not only insure a wonderful ocean voyage experience, but employ expert marine guides who can accurately and clearly tell the story of the humpback whale. The beautiful creatures arrive in Hawaii each year in order to mate and give birth, before returning to Alaska where they feed during the warmer months. Guests of the Hula Kai have the opportunity to educate themselves on the habits, movements and migrations of the humpbacks, while getting in the water for a first hand experience.

The Hula Kai also offers snorkel and scuba adventures, sunset and BBQ sails. The Whale Watch Cruise is $75 per person.

For more information go to www.Fair-Wind.com or call 800 644-9461.

"The Hula Kai employs expert marine guides who can accurately and clearly tell the story of the humpback whales."