Rent a Power Boat

101 Things to Do (Big Island) - - WATERWORLD -

When Mother Na­ture set out to de­sign the Big Is­land, she came up with 11 dis­tinct cli­mate zones rang­ing from tundra to trop­i­cal for­est—and she saved the best for the Kona Coast. In the sum­mer, less than an inch of rain falls a month; in the win­ter, that changes only marginally to one to three inches a month. The wa­ters off the coast are typ­i­cally calm, cre­at­ing a per­fect set­ting for boat­ing ac­tiv­i­ties.

Kona Boat Rentals has de­vised a great way to ex­plore the coastal wa­ters on your own. The com­pany rents easyto-op­er­ate, en­vi­ron­men­tally friendly u-drive boats that ac­com­mo­date up to six adults, with room to spare. No li­cense is re­quired.

Kona Boat Rentals, lo­cated at Honoko­hau Small Boat Har­bor in Kailua-Kona, of­fers full- or half-day rentals. The com­pany’s 21-foot cen­ter-con­sole boats are roomy and come equipped with a full elec­tronic package in­clud­ing GPS and fish find­ers. So take the wheel and go ex­plore.

• Kona Boat Rentals (808) 326-9155 or (800) 311-9189

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