Ala Wai Yacht Harbor is the largest yacht harbor in the state of Hawai Located at the mouth of the Ala Wai Canal,
between world famous Waikiki and the capital of Hawaii, Honolulu.
The Ala Wai Yacht Harbor consists of 699 berths, 85 moorings, 1 boat ramp, 22 dry storage spaces and can can
accommodate vessels up to 85 feet in length.
The TransPac sailing race begins in California and ends at Diamond Head Point with the harbor being the home
port, an event that takes place every two years. It is one of the world's longest-running ocean races.
Many Waikiki hotels are in the area, but the Waikiki Prince Hotel and the Hilton Hawaiian Village are essentially
adjacent to the property, and the Ilikai Hotel is built on harbor land, paying rent into the boating special fund.
The harbor is home to the Waikiki Yacht Club and the Hawaii Yacht Club, which host junior sailing clubs, weekly sailing races, and fishing tournaments. Boats from around the world find shelter in state harbor berths, yacht club berths, and fuel dock berths.
Ala Wai Yacht Harbor has been the background for many movies and TV shows such as Hawaii Five-O, Lost and Magnum P.I., and was the scene of the Minnow leaving port for a three hour tour on Gilligan's Island. Elvis Presley filmed scenes for his second Hawaii film "Girls, Girls, Girls" at Ala Wai Yacht Harbor.