We loved the dinner cruise - we met new people, had a couple drinks, and the food was amazing. I would recommend it in a heartbeat.
The Luau, for us, was a complete joke. Although there were empty tables surrounding us we were seated by one of the dancers in the corner closest to the exit under a tree with tons of gnats. Because of us being in the back 40, we had to actually go track down drinks - they were never offered. By the time the show started (1 1/2 hrs later) we were already annoyed to the point where we just left. I'm sure it would have been enjoyable if not for the circumstances but we felt as if we had been left out.... for the price, not one person in there should have to feel like that.
SOOOO much fun. This boat was filled with friendly faces with stories and personalities flowing within their crew. The snorkeling was really fun and there were a few different types of fish to track down. We spent the $40 on the underwater camera and I'm glad we did. We got some phenomenal pictures. There are several other boats when you get to Molokini and you have to stay in your own area but there was more than enough room for everyone. The continental breakfast was bagels and fresh fruit which was perfect so you weren't stuffed jumping in the water. The lunch was fantastic as well - the BBQ sandwich was very good. Free drinks on board - we had a couple of beers but they were limited on their selection and I'm not much of a Miller Light or Michelob Ultra fan. :o/ All in all wonderful trip and you would never regret the money spent for it.
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