November 22, 2007 01:08 ET

Properties Near December 7th Dedication of USS Oklahoma Memorial Available on, a Website of Vacation Rentals, Condos, and Vacation Listings, Has Several Oahu Properties Available Around December 7th; That Date Holds a Special Significance for Oahu Residents, as It Marks the Day Pearl Harbor Naval Base Was Attacked Nearly 66 Years Ago

KAUAI,HI--(Marketwire - November 22, 2007) - The anniversary of the attacks is a popular time to visit Oahu, especially for veterans, history buffs, or anyone interested in learning a little more about what has gone into the country the United States is today. Many of those visiting Oahu stay in hotels or resorts, but some are looking for a little different flavor. Beachfront condos or inland homes are a popular way to stay, and several online sites have listings for these sorts of properties. For those listing the properties, however, offers free vacation rental listings, unlike many industry sites that charge a fee for each listing, sometimes over several hundred dollars per ad.

For those that are looking to honor the anniversary of Pearl Harbor, they may want to look to If they do, they can view all the Hawaii vacation rental listings, pick out the one they want, and make it to the ceremony on December 7th. If they do, they'll see history, as this year the USS Oklahoma receives its long-awaited memorial. The Oklahoma, a battleship sunk in the opening moments of the attack, was the final resting place of 429 sailors and Marines. That number ranks second only to the USS Arizona as the ship with the most men who lost their lives in the attack.

Normally a vacation to Hawaii is all about seeing the natural beauty of the islands, lying around on sandy beaches, and soaking up sun. While that certainly can be part of a vacation to see the USS Oklahoma's memorial dedication, the tone of this vacation may be a little more somber. However, with many vacation listings in Kailua, vacationers can get away from the business of Honolulu, and make Pearl Harbor simply a stop on their trip. Many vacationers realize they can pay their respects--and then enjoy the rest of their vacation taking in some of the more traditional things to do on the islands. offers free vacation rental listings for properties close to the USS Oklahoma Memorial ceremonies, at no cost to the advertiser of the property.

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