Captain Beans' Polynesian Dinner Cruise, Kailua Kona
73-4800 Kanalani St, Ste 200, Kailua Kona, HI 96740
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Climb aboard the Tamure, one of the largest double-hulled boats in Hawaii, and set sail for a memorable, interactive ... More
Captain Beans' Polynesian Dinner Cruise
Climb aboard the Tamure, one of the largest double-hulled boats in Hawaii, and set sail for a memorable, interactive experience on this sunset dinner cruise that includes a bountiful feast, an open standard bar, dancing, live Polynesian entertainment, and round trip transportation.
Reviews for Captain Beans' Polynesian Dinner Cruise: 6
Wanna get lei'd? Do it on Captain Bean's Canoe!
By A Yahoo! Contributor, 7/8/10
It was my first time back home in 3 years. Finally thought my girlfriend was worthy enough to meet the ohana. Reserved a spot on Captain Bean's Polynesian dinner cruise cause a friend said to try it. Wasn't really sure what to expect. But was totally blown away. We were greeted with a fresh flower lei. Enjoyed complimentary cocktails. Had the best view of the sunset. I can still remember the smell of the ocean. (Seriouly sexy) We listened to live island music & danced. For dinner we sat with others around and laughed and was served with our choice between fresh fish, chicken or pork. Fresh tossed salad. Steamed mixed veggies. We were exoticly entertained by Polynesian dancers. And closed the evening off with more dancing. By the way, the restrooms were cute and clean. Beyond positive expectations. Now I've been married to this girl for 6 years since then. A must on the itinerary if you are looking to impress someone or justhave fun while visiting Kailua Kona, Hawaii. Thanks Captain Bean totally got lei'd!!
L. Akimseu, Las Vegas
Went on the dinner cruise in Oct. '03 as part of our honeymoon package. It was fun! The band & dancers were great. The food was very tasty. We ate our food along the side rails of the boat to watch the coastline & after dinner, watch the people getting drunk & doing the conga around the tables! We're going back in Feb. '09 & will be taking the cruise again!!
Everything was going good until the food arrived and so did the roaches! No lie.... my friend and I joined a large group of people,the weather was nice and we were really enjoying ourselves, laughing and watching the dancers dance. On 8/7/06 the bread arrived, the meat and potates, corn on the cob and the roaches of all sizes came up from the cracks of the table!! The meal was over for me and my friend =( Captain Bean needs to take a moment to get rid of the roaches, before he continues to sail. RDaniels in TEXAS
It was the first time I have ever had to go out to dinner after a dinner cruise. The cruise was about half full so they tried to get everyone into one section of the boat. Those that didn't fit didn't get any food. Do go unless you are able tag along with a large group of locals.
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