Cruises in Honolulu

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When it comes to selecting a cruise, the port city of Honolulu has several options.

Atlantis Navatek Cruises

Every evening, Atlantis Navatek Cruises offers a great ocean tour experience and its Royal Sunset Dinner. As seasons change, so do the hors d'oeuvres on the Atlantis Navatek Cruises' menu. The grilled shrimp cocktail kebob and the skewered shrimp with sweet chilli sauce will satisfy your hunger. The steak and lobster sunset dinner includes 3 cocktails, entertainment and dancing. The sunset buffet dinner includes mahi mahi and chicken. Save 10% by booking online. The Navatek I sets sail daily from Pier 6 at Aloha Tower Marketplace

Ride a Submarine

Atlantis Adventures has an experience passenger submarine fleet that will take you down deep and dry to depths of approximately 120 feet in air conditioned comfort. You will explore the reef where 2 wrecked ships, 2 sunken airplanes and other reef structures are home to exotic marine life. This 64 seat submarine is one of the world's largest with a span of more than 100 feet. Passengers must be 3 feet tall and physically capable of navigating the near vertical ladder that provides access to the submarine.

Sail a North Shore Catamaran


The piers at Aloha Tower Marketplace, directly across from downtown Honolulu, host several large dinner cruise vessels, including the largest Polynesian catamaran. If you're not a fan of crowds, then your best choice for a catamaran ride is the North Shore Catamaran. The Nort Shore Catamaran offers snorkel picnic cruises, as well as sunset sails, off the quieter Haleiwa shores near the boat harbor for a nice getaway from the sometimes crowded waters of Waikiki. Instead of city lights, you'll catch views of the historic sugarcane and pineapple fields and the Wainanae Mountains. Private charters are available.

Fishing Tours

Fishing Tours offers a wide variety of cruise activities such as a glass bottom boat ride, a VIP "super boat", a shark hunt, private charters and a rock n roll blues cruise. The glass bottom boat ride is a good way to explore the water of the Oahu South shore and remain dry. Prices start at $28. The VIP "super boat" is a 43 feet scarab off shore speed boat powered by twin SS-502 engines for an over 1,000 HP experience. The VIP "super boat" package includes hotel transportation in black H2 Hummer, making the $375 worth every penny. The rock n roll blues cruise is the only cruise in its kind. Starting at $38 per person, this ride includes food drinks and live entertainment with covers of bands like Led Zepellin, ZZ Top, Beatles, Rolling Stones and many more. Call (808) 955-FISH for more details.

Makani Cataraman

This 65 feet new sailing catamaran takes you on a 50 passenger excursion that sails off Kewalo Basin, Slip F1, on the corner of Ala Moana Blvd and Ward Ave, in front of the Fisherman's Wharf Restaurant. With over 20 years experience, the guys at Makani Catamaran know what they're doing. There is a Friday night fireworks cruise, a Honolulu city lights sunset sail and a Haunama Bay snorkel/sail combo. Prices start at $35.
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