Q. Do passengers have to climb steps?
A. Yes, there are 6 regular steps (not a ladder) with rope handrails, to board the DUCK.
Q. Do you have a place to store wheelchairs?
A. Yes, there is room for one or two wheelchairs (if manual) to be stored if necessary.
Q. Are there restrooms on the DUCK?
A. No, we do not have restrooms.
Q. How many passengers can the DUCK take?
A. The DUCK can accommodate 26 passengers per tour.
Q. What age is a children’s rate?
A. Children rates are for ages 3-12. Under 3 are free but are counted towards passenger count.
Q. How old do you have to be?
A. All ages we've had them all, and they all have a great time.
Q. How long is the tour?
A. Approximately 5 hours long from start to finish.
Q. Does the DUCK have air-conditioning?
A. No, the DUCK is a open air vehicle that allows the Hawaiian Trade Winds to breeze through the cabin.
Q. Is the DUCK comfortable?
A. Yes, it is spacious and is has been retrofitted with soft, cushioned seats.
Q. Do passengers have to get out of the DUCK when it goes into the water?
A. No, DUCKS are amphibious. Passengers stay in, and when it splashes down they won’t get wet!
Q. Will I get sick?
A. No, the DUCK is very stable so seasickness is usually not a problem.
Q. Is any food available on the tour?
A. At the moment there are no tours available that provide food. There are however various options at the Visitor Center at Pearl Harbor, WWII Valor in the Pacific National Monument and the Battleship Missouri.
Q. Can we privately charter the DUCK for special events?
A. Yes, we have charters available for almost any occasion. Please email or call us Directly for information.