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Quicksilver Lahaina Dinner Cruise - Frogman Charters

There has been 1 review written about the Quicksilver Lahaina Dinner Cruise with Frogman Charters.

Average Product Rating: 1.0 / 5

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  • CLOSED due to COVID-19 pandemic (30-days from March 19- April 17).
  • In YEARLY MAINTENANCE Dry Dock - NOT OPERATING Resumes service April 6, 2020
  • Enjoy and sunset dinner cruise from Lahaina Harbor as you are surrounded by the islands of Molokai, Lanai, Kahoolawe and Maui.
  • 55' power catamaran, double deck, shaded areas, covered seating with tables.
  • Departs from Lahaina Harbor.
  • 4:30 or 5:00pm check-in. Varies seasonally.
  • 2.5 hours.
  • 111 passengers maximum.
  • 4 entree's to choose from (View 'Trip Details')
  • 2 complementary alcoholic drinks and a 3rd available for purchase.
  • Live entertainment with a local musician.

Troy Scofield
Not worth the money. We should have known we were in for the Gilligan’s cruise as soon as we sat down and viewed the fine China of dixie cups and paper plates. Additionally the boat is really a snorkeling boat that they concert in the evenings for their dinner cruises. We had a large party of 7 and apparently the cruise operators had reserved us a table on the upper deck. However, they didn’t let us know about the reserved table and allowed another party to take it. The waiter spilled my water downed Mai Tai on my leg before we were even underway. I guess I got off easy though because moments later the very same waiter spilled the whole drink on a lady’s white dress. The food was edible but hardly worth the ticket price. There were some good views of the different islands but nothing we couldn’t have gotten from our hotel room. We have been on better dinner cruises in Maui. Of yeah, if you don’t heed my words be prepared to be shook down for a tip for the crew afterwards. They feel $20 per person is appropriate..uh, no for 7 people. That’s $140 for highly questionable service.