People love dinner cruises. When you think back on your moments on Maui years from now, this last evening may be the one you remember most fondly. Floating gently between the islands of Molokai, Maui, Lanai and Kahoolawe, clouds painted with every sunset color, the ocean reflecting the sun's last moments, the gentle lapping of waves and the soothing rhythm of the sea, a glass of wine in hand, a companion at your side - ah, it's a fine life!
This is a wonderful way to gather family and friends, too, to share a convivial evening of fun with a fine dinner, generous libations and good music. Some vessels even have room for dancing. And there's nothing quite like returning to the port of Lahaina, the town's light reflected in the waves, as you end a special evening drenched in stars.
It's hard to think of a better way to celebrate an anniversary, have a mini reunion or bid 'aloha' to island friends. A large part it has to do with romance. We're a romantic species and no activity plays the heartstrings better than a dinner cruise at sunset, especially on your last night on Maui. Dinner cruises usually include: Full dinner, an open bar, live entertainment. The best show of all: the islands, the sea, the mountain peaks, clouds, sun, stars, and - as often as heavenly possible - the moon.