Body Glove - Captain Cook Historical Dinner Cruise
With a convenient departure from the Kailua-Kona pier, this Big Island dinner cruise takes you to beautiful Kealakekua Bay, a marine sanctuary. The bay is also a historical location, home to the Captain Cook Monument which was built to honor Captain James Cook, a British explorer and navigator who was the first European to begin formal contact with the Hawaiian Islands in 1778.
Along the 12-mile cruise down the Kona Coast, you’ll enjoy spectacular shoreline views while an on board historian will point out over 50 points of interest and historical sites. Upon arriving in Kealakekua Bay, a Hawaiian-style buffet dinner is served. Listen to live entertainment and watch the beautiful sunset on the way back.
- Tropical Fruit Platter
- Tropical Goat Cheese Spread & Crackers
- Kalua Pulled Pork & Cabbage
- Brisket of Beef
- Grilled Pulehu Chicken
- Lomi Lomi Salmon
- Steamed Rice Vegetable Pilaf
- Garden Salad
- Punalu'u Guava and Taro Dinner Rolls and Butter
- Tropical Dessert
- Kona Coffee, Assorted Teas, Tropical Juices, Sodas and Ice Tea
- 65 foot long catamaran
- 15 foot high jump
- 20 foot water slide
- Wheelchair friendly
All meals are prepared by Chef Jason Lofland, author of ‘Catch!’ The Discovery Channel's Deadliest Catch’ Official Cookbook. Included is one complimentary cocktail. Cash bar thereafter.