Nawiliwili Yacht Club Marina
Nawiliwili Yacht Club Marina presents

Nawiliwili Yacht Club

Kauai, United States
Berth Characteristics
  • 50 berths
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Nawiliwili Yacht Club is located in the small boat harbor of Nawiliwili, on the eastern coast of Kauai, an island of the Hawaii archipelago. Kauai's east side is sometimes referred to as the “Coconut Coast” for the coconut palms that grow in its resort areas. Situated in the town of Lihue, the Y

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Nawiliwili Yacht Club is located in Kauai.

Kauai, also known as the Garden Island, is one of the eight islands of the Hawaiian archipelago. From a geological point of view, Kauai is the oldest component of the archipelago. This island is located along the Kaua’I Channel, neighboring its sister island Oahu to the West. Kauai is one of the favorite tourist destinations in the Hawaii islands. Its rich culture and secluded beaches fascinate thousands of tourists each year.

This island’s relief is primary volcanic, and it dates back almost six million years ago. There are several peaks whose height measure over 1500 m: Mount Wai’ale’ale and Kawaikini are the two highest ones.

The weather conditions are very welcoming all year round, and they favor various water sports like diving, surfing, and kite surfing. Another common touristic activity is berth booking that allows tourists enjoy the splendor of the sight.

The island’s first historical records date back to the 18th century with the arrival of Captain James Cook who was the first European to set foot in Kauai. This island was the last one to become part of the Kingdom of Hawaii in the 19th century.

There are many breathtaking objectives tourists can explore when they come to Kauai. The Waimea Canyon, which is also called the Grand Canyon of the Pacific, spreads over 10 miles and provides a memorable sight due to its unique red soil. The Nā Pali Coast State Park and the Kalalau Valley are two major attraction points of the island, where tourists can go hiking and camping. The Polihale State Park is located in the western part of the island and provides a huge beach and spectacular dunes and is one of the predilect locations for diving. Kilauea Point National Wildlife Refuge is another top place for hiking, where tourists can enjoy the splendid views and exotic life forms. This is also an excellent opportunity to visit the Kilauea Lighthouse,  a 52 feet tall building built in the Classica Revival architectural style.

Other objectives include the Manehune Fishpond, a historical site that is tightly connected to the Menehune, an ancient mythical population that is believed to have inhabited the island. Hanalei Pier is another historical objective and symbol of the island; the pier used to be a gathering point for the locals.

The Kipu Falls are a natural wonder, whose crystal clear waters lure hundreds of visitors who want to admire the sight and swim by the fall.

Most travelers are drawn to this island because of its beautiful and exotic beaches.One of the most popular beaches is Makua beach, suitable for diving a beautiful location surrounded by mountains that allow hiking. Lumaha’i Beach is a secluded and quiet destination, Kealia Beach, a perfect place for water sports lovers; Prince Kuhio, a predilect destination for snorkeling, and Wailua Beach, recommended for those who seek privacy, located near the sacred river Wailua.

The best way to visit all these beaches is to rent a berth and sail in the North Pacific Ocean. It’s a faster and more enjoyable experience. At there are plenty options to suit any taste.

The traditional local cuisine offers exquisite fish dishes. There are plenty touristic facilities and numerous accommodation options for anyone. Kauai’s various events and traditions like the Imu ceremony offer the chance to understand the local culture. All these reasons and the peaceful atmosphere that characterizes the island are the key to a memorable vacation.

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