Posts Tagged ‘water’

Christmas in Hawaii

Happy Holidays!! It is the time to be thankful, to remember our loved ones, to sing carols, and to most importantly… GIVE! And sometimes we are so caught up in baking or singing or last minute shopping for decorations we forget a thoughtful present. Lucky for you, and the gift-receiver, Rainbow Watersports has a GIFT CARD! This Gift Card is the best present for 3 simple reasons.

1) Easy, flexible, and affordable for you- can be any amount you put on the card or any activity
2) Can be last minute and still be very meaningful and specific
3) Whoever receives this Gift Card gets an unforgettable memory on the water on the North Shore- BECAUSE OF YOU!!

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Now I know this is a picture of a Santa Surfing (courtesy of HDW website) , but nonetheless ’tis the season to get on a Stand Up Paddle Board and enjoy the water with loved ones or give them the opportunity to experience the fun! You can order them online on our homepage or very easily call us and we can set one up to your specific needs!

Mele Kalikimaka

NEW Beautifully Painted Rainbow Van

Aloha All!

As I know we all loved the Rainbow Watersports brightly painted van, but it’s time had come for the old, clankity girl to rest. We were sad to see it go with the VERY cool Map that showed where all of our paddlers came from!!

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We have revamped a NEW and IMPROVED Van to show off our BEAUTIFULLY painted Rainbow to the World! Well, to everyone passing through Haleiwa Town. Since we are located right in front of Jameson’s Restaurant in the Haleiwa Bay, everyone can come see our Rainbow Van and see the new special features on it. We have painted some of our own paddleboard instructors on the sides, with a HUGE sun on the very front and a special surprise on the back… Dolphins and Turtles:)

Come to Haleiwa Bay and check out our new Van and take a Paddleboard lesson with the finest instuctors on the Island of Oahu! We all love teaching this new skill and confidence on the water… and in the Anahulu River. Safety is first, and then FUN FUN FUN!! Come Play With Us!!

Thank you,

Mariah!!