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Sail into a magnificent Hawaiian sunset aboard the Starlet, the little sister of the Star of Honolulu, and enjoy a fun tropical evening. You’ll be treated to a delicious dinner, an entertaining Polynesian show, refreshing drinks and breathtaking views of the sunset and Oahu’s southern coastline.
Upon arrival on board, you’ll receive a Mai Tai cocktail and then head out on the open ocean. Later on, savor a mouthwatering dinner that will make your taste buds dance. Depending on which package you choose – Plumeria, Orchid or Alii – the menu will vary.
After dinner, the spectacular Polynesian show These Islands begins featuring songs and dances from across Polynesia, including Hawaii. So come aboard the Starlet for a fun sunset dinner cruise you’ll always remember. It is recommended to make your reservation early because seats sell out fast.
Plumeria package includes a three-course chicken dinner, including a mixed green salad with Kamuela vine-ripened tomatoes and a cucumber and papaya seed dressing. This is followed by a grilled Teriyaki chicken. Freshly baked Taro Bread with butter follows. For dessert, you’ll be treated to Lilikoi (Hawaiian passion fruit) and vanilla ice cream.
Orchid package includes a three-course Grilled Alaea Steak and Teriyaki chicken dinner. The salad, bread and dessert are the same as in the Plumeria package.
Alii Package includes a three-course Grilled Alaea Steak, Teriyaki chicken and Shrimp kabob dinner. The salad, bread and dessert are the same as in the Plumeria package. Plus, you’ll dine at your own private table, get an additional cocktail of your choice and one souvenir photo per couple.
For all packages, special menus of chicken, fish or vegetarian entrées are available with 24 hours notice (please request at time of booking).
What to know
Six days a week (closed Mondays)
Check in: at 4:30 pm at Kewalo Basin, Slip 4
Tour Duration: 5:15pm – 7:15pm
Round trip transportation is available from Waikiki hotels.
Bring dollar bills for the parking pay box (put receipt in your dashboard). Or find free parking on Ala Moana Park Dr.