Oahu Catamaran. Oahu… Sometimes called it the gathering place. It is the third largest island of Hawaii and is home to some of the most diverse people. Many cultures and values have been infused in the tradition of the Hawaiian people. Its focus on continuing the ancient ways while still having a lot of the modern commodities is what makes this island very attractive. The juxtapose of Clearwater on the beaches with large cityscapes of the downtown Honolulu area around Waikiki Beach provides an amazing scenery that really needs to be seen to be understood. Honolulu is also the home of Pearl Harbor which is well known for its military background. If you take a trip up to the north shore you have in many hikes as well as fierce waves on the beaches. If you fancy a relatively moderate hike you can take a trip to the island’s east side to go to Diamond Head. If you make a turn down tours diamond head make sure to check out diamond head cove health bar for their smoothies. They are probably the most delicious acai bowls that you’ll ever taste. Catamaran (roughly pronounced fun), is a watercraft that is created by connecting two hulls or a single hull with two parallel keels. Originating from Polynesia, it was adopted by the western cultures in the 19th century. Originally made out of logs or wood pieces of what the vessels were more like a raft rather than a boat. This makes it more stable than most other boats and even on heavy waves you can relax and enjoy the ride. I was so blessed to have the couple who wanted me to go along on their catamaran ride with their family. We drank and sailed out into the waves.