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Historical Dinner or Lunch Cruise to Kealakekua Bay

Highlights
  • Relaxing cruise to Kealakekua Bay, reachable only by boat or hiking
  • Sample traditional cuisine at the Hawaiian buffet and enjoy an included cocktail
  • Take in the views and watch entertainment from local performers
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Historical Dinner or Lunch Cruise to Kealakekua Bay
From US$105.02
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Historical Dinner Cruise
3-hr Historical Dinner Cruise with island buffet meal. Tour departs at 4pm, check-in is at 3:30pm
US$137.63
Historical Lunch Cruise
3-hr Historical Lunch Cruise with a deli-sandwich lunch. Tour begins at 1pm, check-in is at 12:30pm
US$105.02
Overview

Kealakekua Bay, home to Captain Cook’s monument, is located on the coast of Kona and only accessible by boat or hiking. With this tour, take a relaxing lunch or dinner cruise to this hard-to-reach spot, and enjoy the included Hawaiian-style buffet, cocktail, and live entertainment.

What to Expect

Your cruise begins at the Kailua Pier where you’ll board the boat for the 12-mile journey down the Kona coastline. Sit back and relax as a local historian shares stories about the landmarks you pass on the way to Captain Cook’s Monument.

Upon arrival, enjoy a cocktail from the fully stocked bar and an island-style buffet. A typical buffet includes fresh fruit, assorted cheeses, salads and local breads for appetizers. For entrees enjoy kalua pork and cabbage, braised beef brisket, BBQ chicken or veggie rice pilaf. Make sure to save room for dessert and Kona coffee.

Keep an eye out for dolphins, turtles, manta rays and seasonal humpback whales. Take in the sites of Ahu’ena, Heiau, the Holua Slide, and the Kuamo’o Battlefield as you sail back to the pier.

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1 - 5 of 49 reviews

Reviewed yesterday
Great snorkeling experience and very fun dinner cruise!

We did the morning snorkeling and the dinner cruise the next day with the same company, same crew. We were really happy with the quality of their performance throughout the whole tour. We got some historical data presented in fun ways, that although it was...More

Thank Gema G
Reviewed yesterday
Historical evening cruise to Capt. Cook Monument.

I enjoyed the cruise to the Captain Cook Monument. Great view of Kailua-Kona Bays. Lots of spinner dolphins to see off our catamaran. The breeze off the waters were very refreshing. Very good bar and good meal. If there are any motion sickness issues with...More

Thank Brett M
Reviewed 1 week ago
Lots of fun!

Great cruise, a bit rocky, but perfect weather and great cheesecake! Lots of history on the way there and lots of music on the way back. We even were blessed with a few dolphins! Thanks to captain and crew!

1  Thank Julie H
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Wonderful cruise!

This was the only excursion we paid for during our vacation, and it was well worth it. We really enjoyed the historical information shared, and the live music was fantastic. My husband and I both thought the food was great. The crew really seemed to...More

Thank Q3171TSlaureng
BodyGloveHawaii, Guest Relations Manager at Body Glove Cruises, responded to this reviewResponded 2 days ago

Aloha Q3171TSlaureng, Who wouldn't be looking for a classy, professional cruise with a wonderful view? This is a wonderful review, and we couldn't appreciate it any more than we do. Your Best Day in Kona Starts Here, The Body Glove Cruises Team

Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
Very relaxing and informative

I decided on a dinner cruise with the advice from my sister . It started out with boarding the boat which held many people and a staff that was positive a happy you picked the dinner cruise. You are given a free drink or beverage...More

Thank don s
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Coral H
27 April 2018|
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Response from Caitlinlp | Reviewed this property |
I think it is, there were little ones on the boat when I went and they seemed like they had fun. You’ll just have to keep a close eye on them, but they’ll enjoy the trip.
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mrskma51
16 April 2018|
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Response from Lance2002 | Reviewed this property |
No. You will need to Uber to the dock. I did not see any public transportation in the area.
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