Although we live in Hawaii, this would be our first sunset dinner cruise. Being that this was our first (and our last on this boat), we give it a 3.5 out of 5.
Price: We saw the deal on groupon! Definitely wait for a sale on groupon or military deals.
Parking: Lots of parking! I don’t recall paying anything when we parked since it was after business hours (5pm) when we arrived.
Drinks – You receive 2 free tickets for drinks but it’s very limited to specific mixes! I wish they would open the drink ticket for anything on the menu.
Food – Buffet style. It was okay, not the best food but fulfilling. The teriyaki chicken was delicious but that’s about it. They also had desserts but I did not touch it as I was too full.
Service: Good service. I just wish the servers weren’t the dancers as well because if you need your server, she’s busy dancing for entertainment.
Entertainment: FUN! They really try to get you to join them in for the hula and other Polynesian style dances. Toward the end, they also played the cha cha slide, cupid shuffle, and electric slide! Along with some modern pop songs
Overall, we had a great time! The view is always incredible from a boat. Watching a Hawaiian sunset never gets old.
For more information on Ali’i Kai Catamaran Dinner Cruise, visit here!
Ali’i Kai Catamaran Dinner Cruise
Aloha Marketplace, Pier 5 Honolulu,
Phone: (808) 539-9400
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