Five Best Dinner Cruises in Hawaii

by Daved Brosche on August 29, 2008

by Daved Brosche | August 29th, 2008  

Hawaii offers some of the best and most romantic dinner cruises in the world. Besides offering some of the best food in Hawaii and the most breath taking views a dinner cruise is the perfect opportunity to spend some quality time with your loved one. There are many different options when it comes to companies offering dinner cruises in Hawaii. The 5 dinner cruises below are listed in no particular order

Star of Honolulu 5 Star Luxury Sunset Dinner Cruise
On board the Star of Honolulu, you can enjoy an exquisite 7 course French style dinner cooked by a top native Hawaiin chef. You will be entertained by native musicians and hula dancers throughout the evening. You will also get to enjoy the sunset overlooking Waikiki. Reservations start at just under 157.00 per person.

Red Sail’s Sunset Dinner Sail
Aboard this 50 foot catamaran you will enjoy sunset and dinner while sailing along the Kohala Coast. This cruise is a great option to take if you have your whole family with you. Prices start at just under 80.00

Maui Princess Sunset Dinner Cruise
This cruise is on a luxury yacht and sails alongside the Maui coastline. You can choose to dine on the upper deck where it is all open and the night sky is absolutely stunning. It features a delicious menu including a choice of roasted chicken, prime rib, or a Mediterranean couscous dish for those that are vegetarians. Reservations start at just under 95.00

Captain Andy’s Na Pali Snorkel & Sunset Dinner Sail (May – Sept)
This is one of the most unique dinner cruises in Hawaii because it also includes the use of snorkel gear and a free class for learning how to snorkel. As you set sail on the 55 foot catamaran you be treated to some of the best snorkeling available in Hawaii and then relax and enjoy a romantic sunset dinner. Prices start at just under 150.00

Na Pali Sunset & Sightseeing Tour
This ship provides plenty of champagne and appetizers to its travelers all while enjoying a beautiful sunset over Kauai on the 65 foot motor powered catamaran.

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