Pasha Hawaii Brings the Spirit of Orlando Back to California for World Record Rowers

Wednesday, August 13, 2014

On May 20, Guinness World Record Ocean Rowers, Angela Madsen (U.S.) and Tara Remington (New Zealand) set out from Long Beach, California, rowing the 19-foot Spirit of Orlando more than 2,500 miles to Honolulu, Hawaii. Today, Pasha Hawaii is bringing the rowboat back to California aboard the M/V Jean Anne.

“These two inspiring women rowed nonstop without a support boat for 60 days to the finish,” said George Pasha, IV, President and CEO. “We are honored to ship the boat back home for them.”

M/V Marjorie C Makes Debut with a Big Splash

Monday, August 11, 2014

Photo by Rick Helf

Customer Update 8/11/14: Tropical Storm Julio

Monday, August 11, 2014

We are pleased to report that Tropical Storm Julio has weakened and is now northwest of both the Islands and our vessel.

Customer Update 8/8/14: Hurricanes Iselle and Julio

Friday, August 8, 2014

Hurricane Iselle was downgraded to a tropical storm just before 11 p.m. HST. She became the first tropical storm in 22 years to hit Hawaii, making landfall on the Big Island with winds of 60 mph.

Customer Update 8/7/14: Hurricanes Iselle and Julio

Thursday, August 7, 2014

As Hurricanes Iselle and Julio approach the Islands, our first concern is that our families and friends take all necessary precautions to remain safe throughout the storms, including stocking up on emergency supplies.

Pasha Hawaii: A Family Company Built on Innovation

Saturday, May 24, 2014

Hawaii Business Founders & Visionaries

George W. Pasha III after graduating from the University of San Francisco became his father’s business partner. In the 1940s, Pasha’s father opened an auto service and repair station where he also stored vehicles for military personnel stationed overseas.

Pasha Hawaii Recognized for Environmental Excellence

Thursday, November 14, 2013

At a November 13 ceremony at the Ronald Reagan Building in Washington, D.C., the Chamber of Shipping of America (CSA) presented 2013 Environmental Achievement Awards to those vessels that have achieved environmental excellence for at least a two-year period. Once again, Pasha Hawaii's Jean Anne received this distinguished honor. Since the vessel's eligibility in 2009, the company has been recognized three times for this award.

Rock and Roll (On) with Pasha Hawaii and Grace Pacific

Wednesday, July 31, 2013

Grace Pacific's Makakilo Quarry, in operation for over 25 years in Honolulu, provides valuable resources for all facets of Hawaii's construction Industry. Historically it has produced 70 percent of the Grade A quality aggregate used for asphalt paving on the island. To reduce the demand for aggregate, the company has invested more than a million dollars in equipment that allows them to recycle concrete demolition rubble and worn-out asphalt pavements.

Clear Sailing

Thursday, July 25, 2013

Organized by the Transpacific Yacht Club, the Transpac is a 2225-mile race from Point Fermin in Los Angeles to Diamond Head, just east of Honolulu. Since the first event in 1906, this is among the world's great ocean races, and biennially attracts the world's most talented offshore sailing adventurers.

Making Moves for the Military

Wednesday, June 12, 2013

Flight Time
Pasha Hawaii carried some pretty impressive cargo recently. On behalf of the Hawaii Army National Guard, twelve massive Chinook helicopters left Pearl Harbor on Jean Anne's Voyage 208E destined for offloading and reassembly at Pasha's National City terminal in San Diego. Safely arriving on June 12, the reassembled Chinooks took off one at a time, headed for their ultimate destination at Fort Hood TX.


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