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OCEAN SPEED SAILING -OUTRIGGER CANOE

Need for speed? Sail on a Hawaiian Outrigger Sailing Canoe. SeaBreeze Watersports in Hawaii Kai is the only outfitter in Hawaii offering ocean speed sailing. Na’ilima, a former Hokulea crewmember who sailed between Hawaii and Rapanui using Hawaiian sailing methods, will take you on a sailing canoe for an invigorating site seeing adventure on Maunalua Bay. The sailing canoes seat up to six passengers, who will get views of East Honolulu’s coastline and, if lucky, views of marine life including seals, turtles, and whales. Follow up your date with an early dinner at the Bluwater Grill, The Shack, or Cha-Cha-Cha Salsaria after you are done forthe day. These are all located in Hawaii Kai Shopping Center right next to SeaBreeze.

Cost of Date: Speed Sailing $45

Do’s and Don’ts: Do consider a Day on the Bay Package to fill the day out. Call before and get a free ride from Waikiki. Don’t forget to bring a camera and a change of clothes for dinner afterwards.

Website: http://www.seabreezewatersports.com/hawaii-speed-sailing

RUM FIRE at the Sheraton Waikiki

makanaHere we go again, reviewing Rum Fire. Why? Because it’s the new, happening place in Waikiki.

Located beachfront on Waikiki’s meandering boardwalk at the Sheraton, Rum Fire offers ambiance, entertainment, specialty drinks, ono food, and a few good deals. You can watch paddlers go by, the sun set, and hear great music some evenings. Hot, local musicians like Makana sooth your soul and keep a crowd gathered in the open air bar area.

Even more fun though, is sitting outside on huge cushions with friends near a fire pit, which regardless of how hot or cold, melts away tensions.img_3701

Happy hour specials are available every night. You can enjoy Meldown Mondays with their signature “1944 Mai Tai” and 50% off all drinks on HumpDay Wednesdays.

Tapas (or pupus), range from crab cakes to ahi poke tacos. Our favorite Tapas to share with friends, though, is the Indian Curry Pot from the dinner menu. That along with a rum drink—in which Rum Fire specializes, is a great way to start or end the evening.

If you stay for dinner, you can enjoy their Euro-pacific cuisine that includes wok fried specialties and seared island fish.