Wild Dolphin Watch: Save $10 on adult tickets when you book online!
オンライン予約スペシャル★ドルフィンウォッチ大人クルーズ料金$10オフ!
Dolphin Watch: Save $10 on Adult tickets when you book online!

Now’s your last chance to soak up the sun aboard the Dolphin Star – and bring your keiki (kids) along for free! From now through the end of the month, kids can cruise aboard our Wild Dolphin Watch cruise for free, per paying adult!

Crystal blue water and shimmering skies await when you climb aboard our 149-passenger catamaran, custom designed for dolphin viewing! Guests enjoy panoramic views and breathtaking dolphin sights, all in the comfort of our eco-tour vessel. Our crew of friendly and knowledgeable certified Naturalists love guiding you to the best dolphin spotting sites, while kids will have a blast participating in our interactive keiki program!

Just because summer has come to an end doesn’t mean the fun in the sun has to stop! To book your cruise today, call (808) 983-STAR (7827) or visit Dolphin-Star.com.

This month we’re continuing our feature on the magnificent marine mammals that roam the seas around Hawaii with one of the rarest to our islands – the killer whale, or orca. The largest and one of the most recognizable members of the dolphin family, the killer whale is a remarkable species that survives in a variety of ocean habits.

Although they’re typically a fleeting presence in our waters, killer whales have occasionally been spotted across Hawaii. Because of their unique makeup, killer whales can survive in all oceans and climate types. With an approximate population of 50,000, they are an endangered species and should be protected as such.

Killer whales are very social marine mammals who live within complex social structures, operating mostly as a matriarchy. They feed mostly on marine mammals, as well as fish, sea birds, and sometimes even sea turtles. They grow up to over 30 feet high in length and can weigh over six tons.