Prince Kuhio Sunset Dinner Cruise

Friday Night Fireworks!


Prince Kuhio Sunset Dinner Cruise

Adults (Ages 6 and over) - $79.99 per person plus tax
Children (Ages 5 and under) - $35 per person plus tax
2 - 2.5 Hours

Fridays we stay out later depending on the season for the Fireworks


Steak and Seafood | Music & Entertainment | Transportation Available

Welcome to Prince Kuhio, where you can cruise Oahu South Shore in style. Your tour begins and ends with unparalleled service, breathtaking views, food, drinks, music and entertainment. An experience you just can’t find anywhere else.

Your tour begins and ends with unparalleled service, breathtaking views, food, drinks, music and entertainment. An experience you just can’t find anywhere else. As the sun sets, guests aboard the Prince Kuhio sit down for a freshly prepared meal featuring a New York steak and seafood (child’s menu available).

 

The vessel accommodates up to 150 passengers with plenty of indoor and outdoor dining. Tours depart daily at 6Pm from Kewalo Basin with transportation available.


darynb2016
Littleton, Colorado

Reviewed May, 2019

Awesome Sunset cruise off Waikiki!

This was our second year in a row taking the Prince Kuhio Sunset cruise. Everything was great. The food was awesome. Great presentation and the steaks were great (Nice job Chris!)

Captain Tiger and Captain Stephanie are lots of fun and create a great laid back experience. The entire crew are fun, friendly and very talented!

If you are looking for a great time on the water with great food and fun while in Honolulu you should check out the Prince Kuhio!

Can’t wait to cruise with you again next year!
Momma B
Denton, TX USA

Reviewed June 4, 2019

Fun night/ dinner and fireworks cruise

There are other Friday night fireworks cruises you can choose to book, but this one is well worth your money. In fact, $69 a person is a bargain. Captain Tiger, Captain Stephanie and crew do their very best to make your cruise comfortable and you feel welcome. Dinner is steaks and shrimp with garlic green beans, potato wedges, salad, and a roll, followed by cookies. Chris did such a great job with the steaks-- he cooks them in small batches, so not everybody eats at the exact same time, but everyone gets hot, fresh food. You get a welcome Mai Tai on board and further alcoholic drinks after that are only $5 apiece. The showcase of the night is the perfect anchoring spot Capt. Tiger chooses, with Diamond Head to your right and the Hilton Hawaiian Village straight in front of you so that you have a perfect view of the Friday night fireworks. After the pyrotechnics, you get hula dance and fire spinning demos.The staff works really hard and is super friendly. We had a total of 110 plus staff on our boat and had a festive, fun atmosphere. I'm so glad we got this cruise instead of a more expensive buffet dinner on one of the larger boats. These guys really gave it their all to make sure we had a good time, and their effort showed. Mahalo, guys!