Dinner cruise or whale watch?

My wife unfortunately is both claustrophobic and can't swim. I want to show her the beautiful waters of the Big Island but a submarine or a snorkel excursion just won't work. I was thinking about a dinner cruise or a whale watch. Any suggestions?


A dinner cruise and a whale watch or a dolphin watch would be good choices. Also, just because she is on a snorkel boat does not mean she has to get into the water. She can enjoy the views right from the boat. Another great choice though might be a glass bottom boat where she would not have to swim or get wet but could still see the fish and coral formations.

You might want to look into Blue Sea Cruises

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