Experience the enchantment of a romantic dinner cruise on the Maui Princess. You'll see spectacular sunset views and night lights from the islands of Molokai, Lanai and Maui, while being served table-side by our friendly staff. Watch the stars come out over the ocean on our "open-air" upper dining deck.
Live music and dancing are featured after dinner in the air-conditioned main cabin, or you can stay at your table and enjoy the rest of your evening cruise along the Maui coastline. Please be sure to make your entree selection(s) when placing your order.
* Table Side Service
* Live Music
* Maui's Largest Floating Dance Floor
* Free Pick Up From Select Locations in West Maui**
* Sunset Cruise
* Large, Stable Yaucht
* 120' Maui Princess
The Maui Princess Dinner Cruise departs nightly (Exept Sunday's) from Lahaina Harbor, Slip #3 at 5:30pm
Children ages 0-6 are FREE* when not requiring a meal, one per paying adult. Kids ages 0-6 can add a meal for $15.60*.
Enjoy the best views of Maui and the West Maui Mountains on our Maui Princess Sunset Dinner Cruise. The sun sets into the horizon as you gently sail along the coast of West Maui. This is an unforgettable activity, one you'll want to experience every time you visit Hawaii.
The Maui Princess Dinner Cruise Menu includes:
FOUR ENTREES SELECTIONS TO CHOOSE FROM:
* Prime Rib (carved onboard)
* Roasted Chicken
* Vegetarian OR
* Macadamia Nut Crusted Mahi Mahi Fillet With Buerre Blanc Sauce
* Vegetable Du Jour
* Garden Salad with Papaya Seed Dressing
* New Potatoes
* Dinner Rolls
* Cheesecake with Seasonal Fruit Glazeplus Cocktails, beer & wine (limit 3 per adult 21 years and older).
Unlimited sodas and juices.
Full Bar- 3 alcoholic beverages included, additional alcohol beverages are
available for purchase $3 - $5 each. Adults 21 & over must have valid photo ID for alcoholic drinks.
Live solo musician playing contemporary music for dancing
** Pick up Locations from West Maui resorts:
Across the street from Kahana Falls Resort
|Honokowaii||Paki Maui Front Lobby
Kaanapali Beach Club
||Westin Kaanapali Villas (KOR)
Maui Kaanapali Villas
|Kaanapali||Royal Lahaina (Tiki by Luau sign)
Maui El Dorado
Marriott (Street Entrance)
Hyatt Regency (Trolly stop)
If you would like transportation, please select "West Maui Pickup" with your meal choices.
Free transportation from select South Maui locations! Please call 808-214-9283 for more info!
Great experience. Prime Rib and Chicken were delicous. Dancing down below after dinner, Sunset, Starlit and whales!!!
Everything was perfect and my parents had a fabulous time! The cruise was a first for them, even though we have visited Maui over 30 times.
Dinner was great! Beautiful evening out on the water. No whales but still nice. Drinks were so-so.Entertainment was great. Boat could use a little updating/cleanup. Not a bad night for the price.
We had a wonderful time on our Sunset Dinner Cruise while in Maui. From the embarkation to the meal, the staff, the evening was incredible. We will make sure to recommend you to our friend and family when they travel to the islands.
The staff was great and tried to "make a silk purse out of a sows ear" and the music was well done. Food and drinks below average. Bus driver Carol Ann was a great asset but the air conditioning couldn't keep up. It wasn't busy so if they had been organized there would have been no reason to wait in the heat once we got there. The vessel was scary dismal, old and worn. The photograph must have been when it was first christened. It is so much worse in reality than the photo. The walk way on either side is incredibly narrow and confining. I can't imagine when the vessel is at full capacity. The paint is crusty and the carpet below smelled dirty and was lifting. and rolled. The "fine dining" was on cheap plastic lawn chairs. Severely in need of a new vessel!!! Kudos to the staff for having to work on there. Do not go on this dinner cruise if you are celebrating an important milestone, want a romantic cruise or want to impress someone. And, you won't now it 'til you get there!
Lovely evening, beautiful food, amazing sunset
Great Food, good service, lovely music!
This was the second time we went this dinner cruise and it was not disappointing. The view and sunset were perfect. The prime rib I had was tender and the vegetables were cooked just right. Seating could be more comfortable. Seating tight and made out of cheap plastic. The music live and very good. Expect to tip 20.00
The food on this cruise was above average. I took a chance and ordered prime rib and it was excellent. The problem with this cruise is that if it's a warm evening, it can be quite uncomfortable. Dinner is served on the top deck, and there is no shade. Early on we were all quite uncomfortable. If you go, take a big hat. Or better yet, take the Pride of Maui out of Maalea. It's our favorite.
I arrived with our party of four to check in for the dinner cruise, but our reservation was not in the system. I had booked on line and had brought my confirmation with me. Their computer had me booked for a completely different night. Luckily for us there were tables available and because someone didn't show up, we were moved to an table near the rail. During the cruise we were fortunate to have several whales perform for us with tale slaps and breaches. This meant our dinner was getting cold, but was well worth the interruptions. Our dinner was delicious, prepared to perfection and the papaya seed dressing on the salad was to die for. The singer on board was phenomenal and if you closed your eyes you would swear you were listening to several different well known artists. As sailboats crossed our path in front of the sun, it made for a perfect sunset foreground. I have one complaint and that was receiving a bill informing us how much to give for a tip. I have no issues paying a tip, but I do have a problem being told how much to give ($40 for the table). In Canada we give tips based on the level of service and it is optional to give a tip based on the type of service. Generally speaking, when Canadians or people in general are constantly reminded that the person works for tips or are presented with invoices laying out how much to pay for a tip, they will usually give nothing or very little. When a person working in the service industry just does their job to the best of their ability or make it extra special by putting a little effort into it, they will usually get a substantial tip regardless. If you have to constantly remind people that you work for tips, perhaps you are in the wrong job.