Hawaii September 28, 2017
Experience Hawaii Like Never Before On This Stunning Sunset Sail
Is there really any better way to end a perfect day in paradise than with a signature Hawaiian sunset? Of course, there is — you could be watching the sun slip behind the horizon on one of the many magnificent sunset sails offered across the Hawaiian Islands while you enjoy the ocean breeze, live entertainment, Hawaiian cocktails, and some mouthwatering food. While this all may sound too good to be true, it’s not: you can find all this and more aboard the Star of Honolulu.
Whether you are celebrating a milestone anniversary or simply want a special date night on your Hawaii vacation, you won’t regret hopping aboard the Star of Honolulu for a sunset dinner cruise.
This isn’t your typical sunset sail, though — the friendly crew welcomes you aboard the massive, luxurious cruise ship with a complimentary mai tai and you will feel like a queen (or king) from the moment you step aboard.
Designed with a spacious and open floor plan, you might be surprised to learn that the Star of Honolulu can accommodate up to 1,500 guests on three levels.
Share in the spirit of Aloha as you watch the sun slowly fade into the horizon over the Pacific Ocean while you enjoy a gourmet meal and live entertainment.
Featuring relatively calm waters and light ocean breezes, not only is sunset the perfect time to enjoy a cruise on the breathtaking Pacific Ocean, but the Star of Honolulu is an ideal vessel — whether you’re a seasoned boater who isn’t phased by seasickness or a first-timer on vacation in paradise.
; "A deep-V hull, anti-roll chocks, and a Watts-type stabilizer are used to keep swaying movement aboard the Star of Honolulu to a minimum. This award-winning design limits motion sickness and provides an outstanding passenger experience."
With variety of sunset cruise options — including everything from sit-down dinners to buffets, and from traditional Hawaiian entertainment to jazz performers — you’re sure to find the perfect sunset sail for you and your loved ones.
Consider paying $10 more for their Friday night cruise — the boat stays out an extra hour to watch the Friday Night Fireworks over Waikiki Beach.
Founded as a Pearl Harbor cruise operator in 1957, the Star of Honolulu has evolved into a world-class floating venue for a variety of magical memories — but don’t forget to bring a camera or cell phone to take a few sunset photographs to remember your cruise.
Not only is this incredible cruise beautiful, but it is also romantic, relaxing, and memorable.
While it is true that all Hawaiian sunsets are magical, regardless of where you choose to watch, there is little more magical than marveling in magnificent, sweeping ocean and coastal views as the setting sun casts a dreamy glow through the sky.
For more information about the incredible Star of Honolulu Sunset Dinner Cruise — as well as their other incredible cruises — check out
Oh, you’d rather take to the sea during the day? Why not check out
this amazing glass-bottom boat tour or this magical submarine excursion?