Enjoy the beautiful sunset while dining at sea on the Navatek! Experience a romantic Hawaiian evening aboard the sleek and state-of-the-art vessel, the Navatek I. The 140’ high-tech vessel, hailed by Forbes magazine as “reinventing the boat”, uses a breakthrough design (SWATH technology) insuring passengers will enjoy the smoothest cruise in the islands. Cruise along Waikiki Beach and beyond to Diamond Head and the hidden shores of the Kahala Coastline (home to Hawaii’s rich and famous). Both decks enjoy a Hawaiian revue of song and dance. The smoothest ride, the best views and exceptional service!
The Star of Honolulu is Hawaii’s largest and most popular dinner cruise vessel. At 232′ in length, she strikes an impressive “cruise ship profile” as she departs Honolulu Harbor. Her three types of stabilizers make her ideal for cruising in Hawaiian waters. She is Hawaii’s only A.D.A. compliant ship, with wide boarding ramps, 2 elevators, and 4 spacious decks. The Star of Honolulu offers the widest range of cruise selections and the best staffed entertainment on any dinner cruise vessel.  From the scrumptuous seven-course French style dining on the upper deck, to the value-packed Pacific buffet … you’ll find just the right cruise option for you aboard the Star of Honolulu.
Hawaii Nautical Sunset Cruises allows you to experience the Waikiki sights and the breathtaking Hawaiian sunset on the sea. On Fridays, there is a fabulous fireworks show! You have the option of departing from Kewelo Basin Harbor with transportation from Waikiki or the Hilton pier.
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Enjoy an evening on the water
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Take in the Hawaiian sunset

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We can’t imagine why anyone would want to get off a cruise ship and then get on a smaller boat to go on one of the Oahu dinner cruises, but if that’s what you’d like to do, the Navatek and Star of Honolulu dinner cruises depart from the same harbor where cruise ships arrive in downtown Honolulu and the timing does work.  If you’d like to do the Hawaii Nautical Sunset Cruises, it is about a 10 minute cab ride to Kewalo Basin Harbor.

Activity Tips

Kevin Ditamore – Owner / Manager

Watching a sunset from the deck of a boat is a completely different experience than watching from the beach. Sunsets are three dimensional … and there is no better way to realize the 360 degree view than to get out on the water. Not only does the sky turn different shades of pink and orange, the mountains are painted with this colorful brush as well. Get out on the water and REALLY enjoy a sunset!

Occasionally I’ve heard clients say “We could have gotten a nicer meal for the same money in a restaurant.” I think that’s stating the obvious … you aren’t just paying for a meal on a dinner cruise … you are paying to go out on a boat, and as a boat owner I can tell you that they are EXPENSIVE to operate and maintain. If you don’t get your expectations too unrealistically high you’ll have a great time.

The most popular sunset cruise is the Navatek Royal Sunset. With $25 per seat extra, you are guaranteed to seat by the windows to enjoy a full table service with a steak and lobster dinner. If you are celebrating special occasions, I definitely recommend the Star of Honolulu Five Star Dining. This is an ultimate luxurious and romantic experience!