Honolulu, Hawaii (PRWEB) June 14, 2012
Celebrate Independence Day all week long with the “Star of Honolulu” and its sister vessels, the “Hoku Nai’a” and “Spirit.” Four special cruises will be offered on July 3, 4 and 6, all featuring live Hawaiian entertainment, tropical cocktails and of course the best ocean view of fireworks.
On July 3, the 149-passenger Spirit gets a head start on the holiday with a casual 1.5-hour catamaran cruise. Guests will enjoy a welcome “champagne” toast, premium dry snacks and live Hawaiian entertainment with views of the fireworks and Honolulu citylights (suggested retail price is just $49.00 per person). On July 4, the 1,500-passenger Star of Honolulu presents four levels of dinner cruise packages featuring steak and seafood dinners, magical “My Hawaii – Lei of Memories” hula show and spectacular sunset and fireworks views. Expected to sell out, these 3-hour cruises start from $138.00 adult, $97.00 child (3-11). The Hoku Nai’a, normally reserved for eco-friendly dolphin watching, will also sail on Independence Day for a casual 1.5-hour excursion with the same program and price as Spirit’s July 3rd cruise. Finally, on July 6, the Spirit offers its weekly “Aloha Friday Fireworks Cruise” including option of light pupus (appetizers) or freshly grilled onboard BBQ dinner, amidst live Hawaiian music and hula, and citylight views before a thrilling fireworks show off the Waikiki coastline.
Optional round-trip transportation from Waikiki is available for an additional $11.00 per person. For reservations or more information, please visit http://www.starofhonolulu.com or call toll-free at (800) 334-6191. In Hawaii, call (808) 983-STAR (7827).
Star of Honolulu Cruises & Events operates Hawaii’s most popular dinner cruises and seasonal whale watch cruises aboard its flagship Star of Honolulu vessel. In 2012 the company celebrates 55 years of delighting guests with quality coastal cruises.