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Good food. Nice cruise up and down the coast. Good entertainment after dinner
This was a highlight of our Oahu trip and made us fall in love all over again. Great show, great food and awesome drinks - very good prices for drinks also so we did indulge! Try the house bubbly it was delicious. Cruise goes way out past Diamond Head so you get a lovely sunset and a great view of Waikiki as the lights come up. Do this with the one you love. We booked window seats and ended up with our very own table which we were delighted with. Window seats are great but you can get up and down at any time to go out on deck so if you miss out on one you will still have a wonderful cruise.
It was better then. I expected. The entertainment was wonderful. The gal had a beautiful voice . The food was terrific. Very well dome and organized. No waiting as we had to do in other tours.
This was such a fantastic cruise and the food was great and entertainment was wonderful. Once again Viator has made my trip memorable.
REALLY ENJOYABLE - DELIVERED EVERYTHING THEY SAID THEY WOULD - FRIENDLY STAFF - WELL ORGANISED AND WOULD RECOMMEND TO ANYONE
A very nice trip for anyone who has never done it. Went past Diamond Head and had a great sunset. The entertainment was very good.
I have been to Hawaii several time and by far this was the best trip I have had. I would ensure that all my friends are aware of this dinner cruise.
Cruise was great and the staff was great. Would highly recommend it.
The dinner was great as was the scenery, but the entertainment was a bit cheesy.
We really enjoyed our dinner cruise. The food and staff were amazing.
Mahalo, the sunset was a dream, we had window seating and enjoy every minute, nice show and excellent food.... what else can you ask for. the ship is big, and you can walk around the two decks, pictures are like postal cards.....Mr and Mrs. Santana