Star of Honolulu - All-You-Can-Eat Crab Dinner Cruise
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Due to popular demand, the Star of Honolulu has brought back the all-you-can-eat crab legs upgrade aboard the Star Sunset Dinner Cruise! This unbeatable value includes beautiful coastline views, fabulous food, and exciting entertainment aboard the Star of Honolulu, Hawaii’s premier dinner cruise vessel.
The Star sails out to Diamond Head for a two hour inclusive cruise experience. Guests enjoy memorable sunset views while savoring a three-course table service filet steak and all-you-can-eat crab legs dinner. Sit back, relax and enjoy an invigorating hula show before the audience is invited up for dancing.
The Star of Honolulu is a 4-deck, 232-foot cruise ship with 1,500-passenger capacity. She is equipped with an observation/sun deck with reclining chairs, stabilizers, accessible facilities, elevators, and much more.
Celebration Plan – Enjoy window seating (up to 8 persons), private table and photo (per 2 persons). Minimum of 2 persons required to book.
– Enjoy window seating (up to 8 persons), private table, photo (per
person), lei cake and bottle of "champagne" (per 2 persons). Minimum of 2
persons required to book.
- Where and When:
- Check-in is at 4:45 pm. Cruise is from 5:30 pm to 8:00 pm.
Location: Honolulu Harbor, Pier 8 View Map
Roundtrip transportation from major Waikiki hotels is available as an add-on.
Friday nights the cruise is extended to 8:30 pm for fireworks viewing (Star of Honolulu reserves the right to return early if the fireworks are not up to par).
- There are no specific restrictions for this activity.
- Special Notes:
- If you select transportation in the shopping cart, your voucher will specify the exact hotel pick-up time.
- Operation Days:
- Operates daily
- Approx. 2 to 2.5 hours
- Star of Honolulu
- The Star of Honolulu is a 232-foot, 4-deck cruise ship with a 1,500-passenger capacity. Custom built in Seattle Washington in 1992, she is equipped with stabilizers, accessible facilities, elevators, an observation/sun deck with reclining chairs and much more!