Have a romantic dinner and cocktails while on the water watching a beautiful sunset
|Dinners and Cruises on Hawaii|
|Big Island Discovery - Kahua Ranch Cowboy Style Dinner|
|Blue Sea Cruises - 70' Power Catamaran with Glass-Bottom Viewing|
|Body Glove Cruises - Kanoa II a 65' custom catamaran.|
|Hawaii Forest and Trail - Merriman's Farm Visit and Dinner|
Big Island of Hawaii Dinner Cruises
Laid-back and relaxing, one of the Big Island of Hawaii's dinner cruises is a great way to end the day.
Let's not mince words about the Big Island of Hawaii's dinner cruises. These dinner cruises fill the bill for romance and relaxation perhaps more than any other category of activity on the island. For starters, the Big Island is somewhat "kicked-back" to begin with. Time seems to slow down a bit there and as time goes by you start to slow down a bit too. Each part of the day takes on a special meaning as you get into the Big Island's rhythm. Though every moment of the day is precious and beautiful perhaps the two-hours at sunset are the most beautiful of all..........And to spend these colorful, glorious and romantic moments on a Big Island of Hawaii dinner cruise in the company of good friends or perhaps someone very special will provide the very crescendo to "top off" your Hawaiian holiday.
Big Island dinner cruises generally depart from the leeward sides of the island where the seas are calmest and most appropriate for a dinner cruise. The coastlines of Kona and Waikoloa are spared the winds that may often hit the windward coastlines and make an ideal location for your Big Island dinner cruise.
Another unique advantage for taking a dinner cruise on the Big Island of Hawaii is the fact that the Kona coastline often times is honored with the presence of the giant manta rays during this time of day and this is sure to add to the adventure and excitement of your evening.
Tom's Tips - Big Island of Hawaii Dinner Cruises
- In addition to dinner cruises on the water the Big Island has some great dinner time events that are unique to the island.
- Some of the wonderful Big Island of Hawaii dinner cruises are 3 hours in length rather than the standard 2 hour duration giving you more "bang for your buck".
- Some Hawaii dinner cruises will travel the distance all the way from Kailua-Kona to Captain Cooke's Monument in Kealakekua Bay giving you a real historical perspective of the island.
Come join in for a fun filled evening under the stars on this historic 8,500 acre working cattle ranch located 3,200 feet above sea level and nestled in the Kohala Mountains. History comes alive as stories are told of the Paniolo (Hawaiian Cowboy). Enjoy live music and kick up your heels for a Line Dancing demonstration.
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Blue Sea Cruises offers a nightly dinner cruise from the Kailua-Kona Pier on its seventy-foot double deck power catamaran featuring two large glass bottom viewing ports. The viewing ports offered by Blue Sea Cruises may at first glance not seem appropriate for a dinner cruise but you realize that they are when you factor in that the Big Island, and particularly the area off of Kailua-Kona, is the home of the famous Manta Ray's which are often seen through the glass ports during the dinner cruises in the evening hours.
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BODY GLOVE CRUISES - Snorkel, sunset sail, scuba and whale watching trips are available aboard the NEW - KANOA II a 65' custom catamaran for up to 149 passengers. The Body Glove is wheelchair accessible and features the latest in safety equipment, spacious upper sundeck, large shaded cabin, fresh water showers, and his and her restrooms. DEPARTS from Kailua Pier
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Big Island of Hawaii Dinner Cruises - As far as dinner cruises go, look at it this way. Most probably you’ll be going out to eat somewhere that night anyway, so why not add that special ambience that only the ocean, sunset, stars and the back-drop of a beautiful Hawaiian island shrouded in changing colors can provide. You won’t be disappointed. Some of the most memorable moments visitors have had on their vacations have been on a sunset sail and as always, we always like to recommend that you do so on you’re last night so you can bring the romance and excitement of the evening back home with you upon your return.