Kai Oli Oli is a Kurt Hughes 62’ power catamaran. She is US Coast Guard certified to carry 49 passengers. She was launched at Schooner Creek Boat Works on the Columbia River in 2005. She operates out of Ko Olina Oahu, HI.
With her twin 660 hp C12 Cat motors, she can travel quite fast. She has a Fisher Panda 12W generator for extra power to run a dive compressor and air conditioning. She is built of fiberglass over structural foam core with epoxy and paint finish. She has a spacious deck with forward facing seats on the house and the forward retractable boarding stairway splits the twin trampolines. She has an open cabin house with bench style seating with padded backs around tables.
The aft decks have twin enclosed heads with showers. A stairway goes up between the helm station and the fly bridge. The radar tower supports the radar dome. She also carries sonar, autopilot, and a hydrophone for hearing sea life. Aft stairways in each hull are for easy boarding.
LOA: 61’ 0”
BOA: 23’ 4”
Draft: 2’ 0”
Weight: 18,170 lbs.
Displacement: 29,860 lbs.