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CEO of Atlantis Submarines, lost submarine in Lahaina fire

Ron Williams, CEO of Atlantis Submarines, lost a submarine and two additional vessels in the Lahaina fire of August 8, 2023. One of his passenger shuttle boats survived and has just completed a dry dock renovation on Oahu. The company is now offering new products starting April 1, 2024 including Oahu Ocean Cocktail Cruise and a Luau Package with Majestic by Atlantis Cruises and Ka Moana Luau.

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Pictured is Ron Williams, CEO of Atlantis Submarines, during an interview.
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Pictured is a detail of the passenger shuttle "Holokai" which has just completed renovations after surviving the August 8, 2023 fire in Lahaina.
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Pictured is the passenger shuttle "Holokai" which has just completed renovations after surviving the August 8, 2023 fire in Lahaina.
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Pictured is Ron Williams, CEO of Atlantis Submarines, showing a pictured of his passenger shuttle boat "Holokai" which survived the Lahaina fire. It has just completed dry dock renovation at Pier 27 on Oahu.
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Atlantis maintenance employee Allan Villa works on a pipe for one of the submarines docked at Pier 27.
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Pictured is the view from inside one of the Atlantis submarines docked at Pier 27 in Honolulu.
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Pictured is the interior of one of the back-up submarines located in Oahu at Pier 27.
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Pictured is Ron Williams, CEO of Atlantis Submarines, with the passenger shuttle boat "Holokai" which survived the fire and has just completed dry dock renovation in Oahu at Pier 27.
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Pictured is the passenger shuttle boat "Holokai" which survived the fire and has just completed dry dock renovation in Oahu at Pier 27.