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Body Glove Cruises

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75-5629 Kuakini Hwy, Kailua-Kona, Island of Hawaii, HI 96740-1664
+1 800-551-8911
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US$137.63*
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Historical Dinner or Lunch Cruise to Kealakekua Bay
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US$141.94*
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Snorkel Dolphin Adventure aboard Luxury Catamaran
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US$111.26*
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Whale Watch Excursion from the Big Island
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Body Glove Cruises offers premium snorkeling, SCUBA, historical dinner/sunset cruises and whale watching in Kailua Kona on the Big Island of Hawai'i. On our Deluxe Morning Snorkel & Dolphin Adventure, we take you to an area of the Kona coast that is exclusive to our cruise company. There are over 600 different species of ocean life for you to admire in the waters off our shores. Wear your swimsuit and bring a towel, we will accommodate your every other need. We provide a continental breakfast, a BBQ lunch, snorkel gear, and reef-safe sun screen. Our vessel, The Kanoa II has fresh water showers, spacious restrooms, a high jump, and a water slide. Add to that a bar that serves the best Mai Tais around, and you can begin to feel just how many different ways there are to have the best day of your vacation right here. Our Historical Sunset Dinner Cruise has been voted the best dinner cruise on The Big Island for five consecutive years West Hawaii Today. Here you will be treated to informative and engaging historical narrative, live entertainment, an elaborate Hawaiian style BBQ buffet dinner, a free cocktail from our full-service bar and an amazing Pacific Ocean sunset. During winter months, from December to the beginning of April, we watch whales. Our naturalist is a wealth of information, and the humpbacks that visit our waters here are active. They sing, spout, spy-hop, and breach, and, in the rare circumstance that you do not see a whale with us, you can come again free. That's our guarantee.
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75-5629 Kuakini Hwy, Kailua-Kona, Island of Hawaii, HI 96740-1664
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We took a half day morning snorkel cruise to Red Hill snorkel site a few weeks ago. Was an all around great trip. The large catamaran was very comfortable and very clean. Two or three bathrooms, lots of seating. We sat on top deck and...More

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Comfortable boat and respectful colleagues. Denver, the naturalist, did a great job of explaining the ocean and geology of Hawaii and even more an excellent and fun briefing on whales--humpback and others! His comments were engaging and informative for all ages. Rick, boat captain, was...More

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Very great cruise. Interesting information provided by the naturalist had a great time. Great crew. Very personable.

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Thank smmcgavick
Reviewed yesterday

My boyfriend and I had an awesome time on the Snorkel and Dolphin tour. Our crew was so much fun, the food was delicious, the reef they took us to was beautiful and they came through on the dolphin viewing! I highly recommend Body Glove...More

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Thank Liane V
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We did the whale watching cruise and it was excellent. Even though there is no control over what the whales do or are, we did see some, even one breach. The Captain turns the boat as soon as there is a sighting so you have...More

Thank anna z
Reviewed yesterday

Overall, we had a great experience with Body Glove tours. We showed up at the Body Glove office to find out that we had to walk about a quarter of a mile down to the pier where the boat was docked. Not a big deal...More

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Thank DaRoadWarroir
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We went on a Whale Watch out of Kona and it was fantastic. We've done many whale watches from Maui and always went with The Pacific Whale Foundation. It's always been important to us to use an environmentally conscious company when going out on these...More

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Thank Jbarbaro15
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Great whale watching cruise. Lots of sightings, breeches . The Captain and crew did a great job and Denver provided lots of fun and interesting information on whales,and the Big Island.

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Jessica R
27 July 2017|
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Response from Daisy C | Reviewed this property |
Sorry this response is so late. We walked to the departure point from our hotel.
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Ken C
26 November 2016|
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Response from Erin C | Reviewed this property |
I think on our's there was around 25. I believe it can go up to maybe 40ish, not sure.
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emilyrtackett
8 September 2016|
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Response from paulsh12 | Reviewed this property |
Well i never get sea sick....yet so i am not the best to comment. I found the vessel to be very stable as catamarans tend to be. I did chat with a yonger asian couple and they were both a bit off. They had some supplies... More
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