FAQ for Wild Dolphin Watch & BBQ Cruises in Waianae
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Wear comfortable attire with non-skid shoes, and don’t forget your camera! Sunscreen, a light sweater or jacket, polarized sunglasses and binoculars are also recommended.
There is no age restriction for the Dolphin Star Guests of all ages in good health and physical condition are welcome. Minors under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian.
It’s an interactive, educational and fun “class” with one of our certified Naturalist crew with souvenir learning material!
Yes, however, due to limited space onboard we will stow them during the cruise.
Outside food and beverages are not allowed onboard. However, a freshly grilled BBQ Lunch option is available in advance. Ask your reservationist for details.
Yes. Soft drinks including soda and juice are available for $4.00 each; tropical cocktails and beer are available for $8.00 each. Alcoholic beverages can only be served to guests 21 years and older (a photo I.D. is required and drinks are prohibited from being carried off the ship).
We typically see 50 to 70 spinner, spotted and bottlenose dolphins daily, with a 98% record of daily sightings historically. You may see flying fish, Hawaiian green sea turtles, humpback whales in season (December through April) and more!
Onboard, ask for complimentary 100% herbal ginger capsules to help settle your stomach. Take these at your own discretion. Don’t hesitate to ask any crew member for assistance.