Waikoloa Sunset Cruise beautiful sunset

Waikoloa Sunset Cruise - Buffet sail with a champagne toast!

Waikoloa Sunset Cruise departs from Kawaihae Harbor

The 65' sailing catamaran departs from Kawaihae Harbor

Waikoloa Sunset Cruise beautiful sunset

Enjoy the open bar as the sun sets over the Pacific

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Enjoy the Kohala Coast sunset – the most beautiful sunset in the islands. Watch dolphins race alongside the boat, and see the setting sun’s rays color the summits of the island’s five volcanos! Dine on a hot and cold pupu buffet. A complimentary open bar for soft drinks, juices, beer, wine, and well drinks are included … and of course there is a champagne toast at sunset. This cruise is typically done on Alala (a 65′ power catamaran) and departs from Kawaihae Harbor … complimentary transportation is provided from Waikoloa area hotels.

General Information
Schedule: Monday, Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday (departure times change seasonally, return at sunset)

Check In: Ocean Sports “Kama’aina Korner Outlet” store at Kawaihae Harbor Click to view map

Tour includes: Hot and cold pupu buffet, open bar featuring island brews on tap, the captain’s signature cocktails, juices, and champagne

Restrictions: Passengers under age 18 must be accompanied by a parent or adult guardian.

What to Bring & Wear: Resort attire, light sweater or jacket

Note: Complimentary transportation is available from Waikoloa and north Kohala area.

Vessel: 65‘ power catamaran

Capacity: 76

Cancellation Policy: Cancellations must be made at least 48 hours before the start of the event.

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End the day watching the famous Kona sunsets
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Enjoy the open bar as the sun sets on the Pacific

CWaikoloa Sunset Cruisesruise Ship Passengers

Waikoloa sunset cruises are not possible for cruise ship passengers in port in Kona.

 

Activity Tips

Kevin Ditamore – Owner / Manager

Waikoloa sunset cruises are a great way for people who are staying at one of the Kohala Coast resorts on the Big Island of Hawaii to get out and experience the ocean. For those who are active enough to snorkel, we would suggest one of these same boats for a Waikoloa snorkel trip instead, and for most guests they will do one or the other … but not both.

If you do wish to snorkel AND go out on a sunset cruise, we’d suggest a snorkel experience on the Fair Wind II or Captain Zodiac rafting and then do one of these sunset cruises.

 

 

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