Wow! These famous beach dwelling sailors have been hard at work sprucing up their catamaran Na Hoku II. Soon they’ll sail off the Waikiki sands once again, offering Mai Tais and Rum Punch for daily sails and hula lessons. Did you know this famous sailboat is featured on a Monopoly Board? Check it out at http://www.nahokuii.com
This morning dawned bright as the Drydock crew launched Tiger 4, Patsy Mink. Our Pier 27 Drydock perfectly accommodates Harbor tugs and many vessels up to 130′. Contact us for details.
Hardworking crew of Kahana works with Fish & Wildlife and Chugach Services in preparation for Midway resupply trip September 2016.
Kaku working with Ne’ena at Barbers Point on Oahu
September 13, 2016 Treasure Seeker, Honolulu’s own pirate ship selects our Kewalo Shipyard for Drydock Maintenance
June 30, 2016 – Tiger 7 assists Chinese missile frigate Fengshui (middle) and Chinese missile destroyer Xi’an, docking next to Australian amphibious missile ship Canberra (left).
2016 June 29. photo by Craig T. Kojima On Wednesday, June 29. Navy ships from many countries crowd Pearl Harbor piers as Rimpac begins. The Australian HMAS Canberra (L02) landing helicopter dock ship. left. Hengshui,Guided missile frigate, middle, and the Xian, Chinese missile destroyer are docked in Pearl Harbor.
June 29, 2016 – As RIMPAC begins with 45 ships due to arrive in Pearl Harbor, Tiger 4 assists destroyer USS Chung-Hoon as she returns from a five month deployment.
Our Hardworking Pearl Harbor Tugs would not operate without these guys!
July 7, 2016 – Senator Akaka pays Pearl Harbor a visit during RIMPAC. We got this great picture from the Pearl Harbor crew!