- 3-hour New Year's Eve cruise off the coast of Oahu
- Start the night with a welcome drink and party favors
- Enjoy a large selection of appetizers and desserts
- Dance the night away with festive onboard entertainment including a DJ and live singers
- Catch terrific views of fireworks along the coast
- Pickup and drop-off from selected Waikiki hotels included
- SEAKEEPER technology offers the latest advancement in boat stability
- Large, panoramic windows allow Oahu’s famous coastal views to take center stage.
What You Can Expect
Board your sleek vessel, where the captain and crew will greet you with a welcome drink and New Year's Eve party favors. Enjoy the view of Waikiki as the ship sets sail and munch on a delicious selection of appetizers and desserts. (Please see the Itinerary section for a sample menu). Additional drinks are available at the ship's bar for purchase.
When midnight arrives, toast your friends (new and old) and loved ones with a glass of complimentary champagne. Watch as the spectacular fireworks display ignites the sky over Diamond Head and Waikiki.
At the conclusion of the fireworks display, enjoy the trip back to the pier and drop-off back at select Waikiki hotels.
- New York strip loin medallions with sauteed mushrooms and madera sauce
- Spicy Italian sausage-stuffed mushrooms served with fresh pesto dip
- Hot spinach and artichoke dip served on garlic crostini
- Jumbo shrimp cocktail and cocktail sauce
- Jack Daniel's meatballs
- Honey mustard roasted ham sandwiches
- Lava wings
- Blackened ahi tuna on cucumber rounds topped with wasabi aioli
- Thai summer rolls (vegetarian) served with a refreshing chili mint sauce
- Fruit spears with Grand Marnier Romanoff sauce
- Assorted mini tropical operas
We had such a great night. Food and entertainment was great and seeing the fireworks from the catamaran was awesome.
This was the second new years eve dinner cruise for my wife and I on this vessel. On the first occasion we were given our paid for window seats tucked away at the rear of the lower deck room. On this last occasion we paid again for window seats and upon boarding were told we were not entitled to window seats. After vigorous argument, including pointing out that window seats were noted on our tickets, we were given window seats. This time we were (reluctantly) given window seats at the lower deck entry door. One of us could see out OK, the other very limited. For some reason we seem to get the last seat in the house as it were. It does not seem to matter how far in advance one books. Pity really because the cruise offshore and fireworks view was otherwise really nice.
The cruise was a disaster. First of all, we were waiting for the ride, and the bus didn't come, so we had to spend extra $30 for the taxi cab. Then, the ship moved away from the pier for about 100 yards, and that's it. The food was very plain. The music, and especially, the singer - terrible. Drinks - just water and juice. Extremely overpriced!
One extra star is for the firework, which was very close.
Duncan M Canada
Doug S USA