Hawaii Dinner Cruises
Dinner cruises are one of the most popular activities in Hawaii. No matter if you’re a couple looking to spend a romantic and special evening together or a family in search of the next adventure, there is the perfect Hawaii sunset cruise for you.
What all Hawaiian sunset cruises have in common is fantastic shoreline views, tropical breezes and plenty of great photo opportunities. You can either choose a cocktail cruise that typically includes tropical beverages and pupus (light appetizers) or a dinner cruise, either buffet-style or with table service. Hawaii dinner cruises are available on the four main Hawaiian islands.
There are a wide variety of dinner cruise vessels as well, ranging from sailboats and catamarans, to larger ships with multiple decks. Most dinner cruises also include musical entertainment – either a Polynesian show featuring music and dances from Polynesia (including Hawaiian hula) – or jazz, rock 'n' roll or evergreens. Hawaii Discount offers Hawaii's best dinner cruises at discounted prices. Tickets sell out quickly, so make your reservation today!
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Experience a Dinner Cruise in Hawaii
Step aboard one of Hawaii’s dinner cruise ships. The excitement begins as soon as the captain sounds the horn and the vessel starts to move. As you’re heading toward the open ocean, enjoy a leisurely stroll on the deck and take in the fantastic views of the shoreline. It’s an entirely new perspective to see the island from out on the ocean. Suddenly everything will become more quiet - all the sounds of the island will disappear. Listen to the sound of the breaking waves and keep an eye out for green sea turtles, dolphins and flying fish. During Hawaii’s winter whale watch season between November and April, you may even spot a breaching humpback whale.
As the sun begins to sink closer to the horizon, toast the one you love with a glass of champagne and feel the warm ocean breeze caress your face. Then sit down to a delicious dinner and savor a variety of delicacies while listening to island music. Many of Hawaii’s dinner cruises either feature a live band playing island tunes or a show featuring hula dances and music from across Hawaii and Polynesia.
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Hawaii Dinner Cruise Packages
The Star of Honolulu is the largest dinner cruise ship in all of Hawaii. With a capacity of 1,500 passengers, the Star features four walk-around decks you can explore. It is the only ship that has a 60-foot observation deck, perfect for enjoying panoramic sunset and coastline views or to enjoy a quiet moment alone with your loved one. The Star also offers the largest choice of dinner cruise packages that suit all interests and budgets. Looking for a family-friendly cruise with a fun and easy-going atmosphere? Check out the Star Sunset Dinner & Show package. Celebrating a special occasion with your loved one, such as an anniversary, a recent wedding or a birthday? The Star of Honolulu's Three and Five Star packages are a nice choice for couples looking for a romantic dinner cruise, as is the Royal Sunset Dinner Cruise package aboard the Navatek, a sleek catamaran that is smaller than the Star, but usually covers a larger stretch of the Waikiki coastline.
Dinner cruises on the island of Maui depart from either Lahaina or Maalaea Harbor. A popular choice is a Sunset Dinner Cruise aboard the Maui Princess, a luxurious yacht featuring an open-air upper dining deck, from where you’ll enjoy fantastic views of the Lahaina coastline and West Maui Mountains while savoring your dinner.
Captain Andy's on Kauai offers an unforgettable dinner cruise along the island’s magnificent Na Pali Coast, a place you just have to see once in your lifetime. The 3,000-foot sea cliffs, cascading waterfalls, sea caves and hidden sandy bays are a feast for the eyes. It’s one of those places in the world that you can look at over and over again and never get tired of. Check out the Na Pali Star Sunset Dinner Sail package, which takes you along the entire stretch of the Na Pali Coast and includes a premium dinner served on board a luxury sailing catamaran.
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