NaPali Sunset Dinner Cruise
Gorgeous Views and Delicious Food
Dinner and a sunset cruise along NaPali Coast sounds like a perfect evening, right? Well, it can be reality when you take one of our 65′ catamaran tours. Not only will you be able to take in breathtaking views, but you’ll also enjoy delicious sodas, juices, water, and snacks along the way. The crew will keep you entertained with local stories about the sights and Kauai’s fascinating history. You will enjoy a luau-style dinner complete with beer, wine, and Mai Tais as we sail back toward Port Allen. And of course, no Kauai sunset cruise would be complete without a champagne toast at sunset.
Beautiful shoreline views from the boat
Delicious luau-style dinner
Hear local legends and stories along the way
Champagne toast at sunset
Join us on a cruise along the NaPali Coast for an unforgettable experience. Our 65′ catamaran provides plenty of space for enjoying the breathtaking views as we sail along the coast. Designed by America’s Cup designers and engineers Morrelli & Melvin, our boats are specifically designed to navigate the waters of Kauai for a smoother ride.
Kick off your shoes at the dock. We have a shoe bin on the dock for you on this barefoot cruise (if you do want to wear shoes, please ensure they are close-toed and appropriate for boating). We also suggest a light sweater or windbreaker as the air will cool after sunset. Sit back and relax as our crew keeps you entertained with local stories and legends. We will travel along about 15 miles of coastline, so that we can make it back to Port Allen without rushing or heading into choppier water.
Sodas, juices, water, and snacks are available to keep you refreshed along the ride. The afternoon lighting is simply gorgeous as it streams into the valleys of NaPali Coast. We’ll enjoy a delicious luau-style dinner complete with beer, wine, and Mai Tais as we sail back toward Port Allen. Your tour will end with the beauty of the Kauai sun sinking into the ocean, followed by a champagne toast at sunset. This is the perfect tour for the whole family, or a romantic time for just you and your sweetie.
|AdultsAges 18 years and older||$165.00|
|ChildrenAges 2-11 years||$135.00|
Any request for a refund 72 hours or more prior to the start of the tour or activity is honored with a full cash refund.
No refunds are issued for any cancellations inside the 72-hour period, prior to the start of your tour. There is no refund for no-shows. There is no charge for date change or tour change based on tour availability outside of the 72-hour cancellation period.
The only way to truly see the entire coast is aboard a boat. A boat excursion provides you with views of the entire NaPali Coastline along Kauai’s North Shore. The Napali Coast is a sacred place defined by extraordinary natural beauty. These emerald-hued cliffs with razor-sharp ridges tower above the Pacific Ocean, revealing beautiful beaches and waterfalls that plummet to the lush valley floor. The rugged terrain appears much as it did centuries ago when Hawaiian settlements flourished in these deep, narrow valleys, existing only on the food they could grow and the fish they could catch.
A short description of a luau is that it’s a Hawaiian party full of food and entertainment. But a much better description is that it’s a cultural experience, an act of hospitality, and one of the most memorable things you can do while visiting Hawaii. In keeping with this tradition, our crew will keep you entertained as they “talk story” about local legends and history. You will choose from a variety of delicious foods local to the islands. It’s not just poi, but you might enjoy Kalua pork, Laulau, and, of course, sweet and tasty local fruits.
Hawaiians have a knack for explaining things through legends and folktales. And like almost any place in the islands, Kauai also has its share of fascinating legends. Your crew is full of stories about the Hawaiian gods and their role in the local culture. You might ask about Hiku and Kawelu or the legend of Naupaka. But the real stories are just as interesting. Take the story of how King Kukona, who ruled Kauai in the 14th century, repelled invaders from other islands and signed a treaty that kept the peace on Kauai for almost 400 years!