Enjoy a beautiful sunset like a kama’aina (local resident), as you set sail along Kauai’s sunny south shore listening to the classic mellow sounds of Hawaii’s artists from the 1970’s. Enjoy an all-inclusive, fun-filled evening of local food, music and genuine aloha hospitality service. Aloha attire is more than welcome. Aloha Sunset Tour is offered on Friday only.
Set sail from historical Port Allen for an evening of aloha aboard our beautiful 50’ Sailing Catamaran. Experience the lifestyle of aloha with true trade-wind sailing along Kauai’s sunny south shore coastline, where you will discover something new and exciting around every corner. This tour is everything you’re looking for and more, as you may witness secluded beaches, sightings of Hawaii’s friendly marine life, seasonal migrating whales, colorful rainbows and a gorgeous Poipu sunset. You’ll experience the vision of life that was unique to the local population of Hawaii in the 1970’s with its heartwarming island music, delicious local food and its genuine aloha hospitality service.
Celebrate like a local with Polynesian-style Mai Tai’s right out of the harbor and eat like a local as you savor our “bento style” buffet inspired by old Hawaii and Kauai’s Plantation days. Live like a local and get that happy feeling as you sail along listening to the classic “homegrown” sounds of Hawaii’s local artists from back in the day. Enjoy an evening where memories of Hawaiian “backyard jam sessions” immediately transport you back in time. Sing along to the mellow songs of Country Comfort, Cecilio & Kapono, Kalapana, Olomana and more.
Feel the aloha as the setting of the sun takes center stage as we sail to Kauai’s prime viewing spots. There is nothing like a gorgeous Kauai sunset to add to life’s most treasured moments.
Aloha is Kauai’s Spirit and a traditional native Hawaiian value. After touring on our Aloha Sunset Sail we encourage our visitors to make it their kuleana (responsibility) to carry and pass on the message of Aloha wherever their travels may lead them next.
A – Ahahai, meaning kindness to be expressed with tenderness;
L – Lokahi, meaning unity to be expressed with harmony;
O – Olu’olu, meaning agreeable, to be expressed with pleasantness;
H – Ha’ah’a, meaning humility, to be expressed with modesty;
A – Ahonui, meaning patience, to be expressed with perseverance.
Check in at 3:30 p.m. at our Port Allen location (time varies by season)
This tour destination typically visits the historic South Side of Kauai, weather permitting. *This tour does not visit the Napali Coast during winter months.
For safety, no children under 5 allowed on this tour
Tax not included
For safety, no pregnant women or children under 5 allowed on this tour.
Note that tours often fill up 3-5 days in advance. Booking your tour early in your vacation window is a good idea in case weather forces us to postpone your tour.
To reserve Leila for private group tours of the South Shore or the Napali Coast:: Contact Us today!
Disclaimer: This is a once-and-a-lifetime adventure. It may not be suitable for individuals who are physically challenged. Those that suffer from motion sickness should take precautions. Safety and your experience are always our top priority. Ocean conditions can sometimes turn rough, therefore all tour routes and destinations are subject to change due to weather. Snorkeling depends on ocean conditions. Please review our full Passenger Policy here.
Leila: Our Sleek Sailing Catamaran
With her sleek construction and design, Leila slips quickly and smoothly through the waters. The catamaran design allows for level sailing. With no more than 10 degrees of “heel,” you won’t be sailing sideways.
Although Leila’s two-hull design is based on a historical prototype, she truly is a modern, state-of-the-art vessel. The space-age epoxy/glass construction used to build Holo Holo was used in making Leila as well. This composite makes for a strong and safe structure. The mast and sail are of the best quality and modern design.
Leila has two entry/exit points for convenient movement on and off the boat while snorkeling. She also has two heads (bathrooms), one located on each side of the boat and are spacious enough to change from “sailing” to “swimming” attire.
Leila has all the modern luxuries and, at 28′ wide, there is ample room for lounging. She’s licensed to carry 45 people, but we keep it down to 37 to give you plenty of space to take in the views.
“Kauai may be called the garden island but viewing this beautiful island from the sea really gives a fuller appreciation for its magnificent rugged coast.“