Catamaran Sail & Snorkel Group A

HON 103-101
Highlights
  • Swim, snorkel from catamaran boat
  • Enjoy beautiful views
  • Learn about endangered species that call this ecosystem home
Program Overview
Country: Hawaii, United States
Depart: 01/12/2017 1045
Return: 01/12/2017 1600
Duration: Half-Day
Difficulty: Moderate
Capacity: Min. 30/ Max 40
Program Fee
$178 (early booking: $168)

Field Class Conflicts
  • NR 120A Environmental Conservation
  • ECON/AREC 240 Issues in Environmental Economics
  • PHIL 345 500 Environmental Ethics
  • POLS 437 International Security
  • E 339 Literature of the Earth
  • E 333 500 Critical Studies of Popular Texts
  • NR 150 Oceanography (Section 1)

Encounter the healing powers of Hawaii’s Pacific Ocean on a catamaran sail off the beautiful Diamond Head and Waikiki coastline of Oahu. Hawaii’s 80-degree cobalt and turquoise water becomes a snorkeling and sailing playground and provides the unique opportunity to learn about and experience this vulnerable ecosystem that is frequented by endangered Hawaiian sea turtles, tropical fish, occasional dolphins and seasonal Pacific Humpback whales (December-May).

Swim, snorkel and experience the Hawaiian value of “pono” – balance of mind, body and spirit. 

Meals Included

Sack lunch, bottled water and juice on the boat included

Special Note

Participants will be out on the water for approximately 4 hours from 11am- 3pm.