Anela’s Kayaks Website Officially Launched

Uncategorized — July 29, 2012

When Dorothy, owner of Anela’s Kayak’s in Captain Cook, asked if we could make a website for their kayak rental business, I was thrilled. I sit at my desk every day and stare out at Kealakekua Bay, envious of all those kayaks going out in the water. So I called Gavin and had  him work up a logo design for them, and together we incorporated a unique yet informative header for the website to relay the most important aspects. I tried to draw upon my own experiences to help create a billboard for the top of their web page. I think Gavin came up with a great logo design, and I love the dolphin that he sketched out for me in Illlustrator.

Kayak rentals to the Captain Cook monument in Kealakekua Bay on the Big Island of Hawaii

I have kayaked across Kealakekua Bay to the Captain Cook monument several times, and every trip has been an adventure. A couple times I have encountered spinner dolphins while kayaking across, but I have noticed that they usually come out early (7 am-ish) and since I am not an early riser I usually miss them. But I have been fortunate enough to see the dolphins a few times, and once you get to the monument and jump in the water, the snorkeling is phenomenal. The water is always crystal clear, there’s always a ton of fish …. it’s always a lot of fun.

A moray eel pokes his head out of the reef near the captain cook monument.

So anyway, I was more than happy to make them a web site, so I hope that people traveling in the South Kona and Captain Cook area will be able to find a way to kayak across Kealakekua Bay.