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Amazing time looking back at Waikiki and spotting the big whales. We saw several right from our window seat as we enjoyed our buffet dinner. This is a great activity to experience as you not only see the beauty of paradise but also have an informative guide sharing interesting facts about the whales and their surroundings.
Our group of four each saw various ocean sights. We captured pictures of whales, flying fish, dolphins and each other having a great time.
Thoroughly enjoyed the cruise - and we got to see whales jumping out of the water and playing. The captain followed the pod for a while to ensure we saw them for as long as possible. Lunch was good too!
The cruise was fun, the food was delicious, and we saw whales!
There were several whale sightings, the food and the serve were excellent. Definitely recommend to anyone.
It was good. We saw 3 whales. Wish there were more, but that is nature. The crew was great and everything ran on time.
We sighted a mother and her calf. Lunch was very enjoyable and the staff were most helpful. A great day.
Great tour! Had a great time but seems like we wasted alot of time at the dock trying to sell drinks and food instead of heading out. By the time we found the whales, which was absolutely amazing, we had about 10 minutes to takes pictures and we were headed back.
Staff was excellent. We did see two whale spouts. Unfortunately, they did not want show off for us. I would try again. Probably would have rated this cruise 5 stars if we had seen a whale. Not a reflection on staff.
Well worth the price, very friendly staff and we did see whales!
Fun tour! I def preferred this smaller boat to the Star of Honolulu, which probably had 3x the amt of people aboard. Both boats ended up following the same family of whales. Saw several blows, handful of dorsal fins and 2 or 3 good breaches. Naturalist aboard was informative. Saw what I paid to see!