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 onboard historian will point out over 50 points of interest and historical sites. While you are en route to Kealakekua Bay, enjoy an island-inspired dinner, served at your table. Listen to live entertainment and watch the beautiful sunset on the way back.
- Mauna Loa Big Island Macadamia Nuts
- Locally Grown Salad with House Made Maui Onion Vinaigrette Dressing
- Kealaola Farm Mixed Salad Greens, Waimea Grape Tomatoes, Japanese Cucumber, Red Onion (Vegan/GF)
- Served with a House Made Maui Onion Vinaigrette (Vegan/GF)
- Thai Coconut Curry with Hamakua Sweet Potatoes, Hawaiian Breadfruit, Carrots, & Bell Peppers (Vegan/GF)
- Steamed Jasmine Rice (Vegan/GF)
- Kiawe Mango Barbecue short ribs served with a Mango salsa (GF)
- Island Baked Coconut Dinner Rolls served with Butter (Vegetarian)
- Cheesecake with a Local Lilikoi Glaze (Vegetarian)
- 100% Kona Coffee
- Included is one complimentary cocktail. Cash bar thereafter.
- 65 foot long catamaran
- 15 foot high jump
- 20 foot water slide
- Wheelchair friendly