What To Expect
Ancient Polynesian ocean voyaging canoes were feats of engineering and even today their elegance and efficiency seem amazing. Now you can experience the wonder of these sea-worthy vessels on the Ali'i Kai. Able to hold up to 500 people, it is the world's largest Polynesian catamaran.
Come aboard for a sunset dinner cruise and an evening of music and dancing this 4th of July. What better way to take in the festivities than with a coastline view from the world's largest catamaran? As you glide by Honolulu, Waikiki and Diamond Head be sure to take in the sight of the beautiful coastline and the always-spectacular sunset.
Enjoy an additional hour at sea to view the fireworks in addition to our delicious menus and famous Polynesian revue. Aboard the Ali'i Kai our menus are created with a delicious mix of fresh, locally grown ingredients. The evening's entertainment begins with a Polynesian Dinner Show featuring a variety of performers. Afterward, energized by the live music and party atmosphere, you'll be encouraged to join in the dancing.
Departure - 18:00
Ala Moana Fireworks Display - 20:30
Hotel pick-up and drop-off
Tips and gratuities
Children 3 years old and below are free of charge if seated on adult's lap.
Ali'i Kai reserves the right to modify cruise routes due to weather or sea conditions. Natural phenomena are random and seasonal and are out of the control of the tour operator.
All passengers may be subject to a random search of their personal effects.
All passengers must be able to provide proof of identification upon the request of vessel personnel.
All our card payments are protected by thawte to give you peace of mind.