About Cold Hawaii Watersports

The smell of fresh sea water, the sound of 700 horsepower being accelerated, the rush of your body when you are pressed down into the seat and the boat is pounding outwards with the waves hitting the bow. The spray of foam behind the bow and the sun trying to reach through your sunglasses. That’s one way to describe a high-speed trip in a COLD HAWAII WATERSPORTS rib boat when the trip is about the great experience. A trip for everyone…

Safety on board is of course top notch, because there is always a skipper at the back of the boat with all relevant training and certificates, so you can count on getting on board for a long and safe trip, where there will always be a firm hand the tube. It is of course important that you follow the skipper’s instructions at all times, such as putting on a small, inflatable lifejacket and only getting up on board when the skipper tells you to.


“This was fun. Before we got on board, I had a lot of thoughts about what it means when so much horsepower comes out of the back of a boat. Do we get thrown around and do I even get an experience out of it?

We were greeted by a smiling skipper who very quickly told us how things fit together, what we can and must and cannot. It was clear that Henrik knew what he was talking about, an experienced man on the lake, who with clear instructions, got us dressed in boats with inflatable life jackets (comfortable) and a mental mindset, so we were ready.

We were planted and off we went across lake and sea, I would almost say. Quietly we were allowed to get used to the boat and the manner and how the boat behaves. Once we were comfortable with it all, the accelerator was turned up, little by little. It was fun. Henrik found his way through fairways and underwater banks and when we were all completely at home in the boat, Henrik turned the 700 horses all the way up and then it was hard not to smile. It was a great feeling to fly over the water and that rib boat knows more than its father. A little ice break in Thyborøn and then we were just allowed to feel the rush on the way home. It’s not the last time I try it”

– Michael Ruby

Henrik Christensen

50 years fishing skipper 1st degree, coastal skipper and 35 years experience at sea with own boat

Henrik Gade

61 years old fishing skipper 1st degree, set skipper, LRB/FRB certificate and station manager of Agger rescue station for 25 years and 45 years of experience at sea.