Join our friends aboard the Star of Honolulu and take advantage of the last full month of whale watch season! Enjoy giant splashes and breathtaking sights aboard Hawaii’s most popular whale watch cruise before the end of the season.

Equipped with a 60-foot high observation deck, four walk-around decks and three different types of stabilizers, the Star of Honolulu is designed to provide you with the best whale watching experience. Enjoy 360-degree views of humpback whales as they coast through Hawaii’s warm waters—you may even witness their breach!

Remember to bring your cameras to capture the beauty of these majestic creatures. Our friendly crew of certified Naturalists will tell you exactly what to look out for!

Whale watch season ends on April 5, so book your cruise now before it’s too late! For more information, call (808) 983-STAR (7827) or visit

If you’re looking for a double dose of ocean wonders, join us aboard the Dolphin Star after your whale watch cruise! To journey to a dolphin paradise today, call (808) 983-STAR (7827) or visit

Dolphins are some of the most graceful and majestic creatures in our waters. Every day we’re lucky to sail out along the gorgeous Waianae coast to watch these animals in their natural habitat. To make the most of your Dolphin Star cruise, we’ve compiled our top tips for spotting these acrobats of the sea:

  • Explore all sides of Dolphin Star. As Oahu’s largest dolphin vessel with open-air walk-around decks, Dolphin Star offers cruise-goers spectacular views of the expansive blue ocean and breathtaking Waianae coastline. Take the opportunity throughout your cruise to explore our decks and watch dolphins from all angles of the vessel.
  • Listen to the Naturalists. Our certified Naturalists have ample experience in spotting dolphins as they frolic in our warm waters. They know exactly what to look for when searching for dolphins, so be sure to listen up when they’re making their announcements—they may be spotting a new pod of dolphins!
  • Don’t forget your cameras. Dolphins are amazing creatures to behold—you’ll want to do your best to snap a photo so you never forget that moment! Set your camera on a fast shutter speed to ensure your photos come out clearly.
  • Check out the bow. Dolphins can often be found swimming very closely to the base of our vessel. This is called bow riding, where dolphins use the waves created by nearby boats as momentum to propel them forward. Remember to look down at the water, as we catch many dolphins bow riding daily!

With these tips, you’re sure to enjoy a day to remember out at sea! For more information or to book a cruise today, call (808) 983-STAR (7827) or visit