View of Diamond Head from private sailboat charter in Honolulu, Hawai'i

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View of Diamond Head from private sailboat charter in Honolulu, Hawai'i

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Our Commitment

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Redefining what Sustainable Tourism means

Eternal Tides is driven by three pillars of sustainability; ethical tourism, eco-tourism, and ocean stewardship.

ethical tourism

We provide small, private charters and are against consumptive models of over-packed charters and photography adventures that operate unsafely, do not pay staff livable wages, and are focused on the bottom line rather than the welfare of people, animals, or the ecosystem.

eco tourism

We are focused on becoming the leading ecotourism operator on O’ahu and beyond. We are strongly committed to educating our guests on marine and terrestrial wildlife conservation, ocean environment preservation, and sustainable natural resources.

ocean stewardship

The environment is intrinsically linked with our health and well-being. Water is life, and we strongly believe everyone has a part to play in conservation and can be ocean stewards for themselves, their families, and their communities.

Our goal is project visually your true self by praising both your flaws and virtues.

Communicating Scientific Research

Eternal Tides was founded by scientists and avid environmentalists whose goal is engage everyone that sails with ongoing scientific research. Most traditional western scientific findings are only disseminated among academic circles, which circumvents those that are actually affected in local communities. There are limited programs where tourists can participate in ongoing scientific research. We hope to provide opportunities for education, clear science communication, and participation of non-scientists in ongoing research and ecosystem support.

Our goal is project visually your true self by praising both your flaws and virtues.

BLANK Community Enrichment

The consumptive model of tourism in Hawai’i is harmful to the land, the Native Hawaiian community, and a diverse local economy not dependent on tourism is needed to reduce this harmful reliance. Although Eternal Tides operates in tourism, we hope to contribute to a new model of business not based on rapid consumption and exploitation of the land and resources. Instead, we hope to support existing initiatives spearheaded by the Native Hawaiian Community. There are a few ways we try to give back and hold ourselves accountable.

we donate 5% of gross profits

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