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Atlantis Navatek I Dinner Cruise
Oahu, Hawaii

The 140-foot-long, air conditioned Navatek I is a Small Waterplane Area Twin Hull (SWATH) vessel designed to be unusually stable at sea. Atlantis offers both sunset dinner cruises and winter mid-day whalewatching cruises on the Navatek I, with several dinner options and upgrades available.

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Atlantis Royal Sunset Dinner Cruise
The Atlantis Navatek I Royal Sunset Dinner Cruise features a five course, steak and lobster dinner served by crew members. The cruise price includes three cocktails and a live show featuring contemporary and Hawaiian entertainment.

Atlantis Buffet Sunset Dinner Cruise
Atlantis also offers a lower priced buffet dinner cruise with seating on the first deck of the Navatek I. The menu usually features chicken, fish, vegetables, rolls, and desert.The price also includes one cocktail and live Hawaiian and contemporary entertainment.

Atlantis Whale Watching and Lunch Cruise
Atlantis offers a 2.5 hour whale watching and lunch cruise from mid-December through Mid-April. The cruise usually begins about 11:30 or 12 noon and there is an expert naturalist on board. The cruise includes a buffet lunch featuring items such as chicken, fish, steamed vegetables, steamed rice, mashed potatoes, sweet bread rolls, fresh fruit, and coconut cake. Soft drinks, coffee, and tea are included in the price and fruit juice and alcoholic drinks are available for purchase. The tours depart from the downtown Honolulu Waterfront at Pier 6, next to the Aloha Tower Marketplace.

The History of Atlantis Dinner Cruises

In April of 2000, Atlantis Submarines Hawaii LLP, dba Atlantis Adventures, acquired the Navatek I SWATH tour boat and its operating permits by purchasing the Pacific Marine subsidiary Hawaiian Cruises, Ltd. Note that the 2000 purchase did NOT include Pacific Marine's Maui-based Navatek II and Maui Explorer ships. Atlantis purchased the Navatek I in order to expand their daytime submarine tour business to include a nighttime tour.

In 2000 Valerie King was vice President of marketing for Atlantis Adventures but when Atlantis purchased Hawaiian Cruises and the Navatek I, she was promoted to president of Navatek I Cruises. Ms King had been working for Atlantis Adventures since 1990. When Valerie King left the company in the fall of 2001, Atlantis Adventures vice president of business development Terry O'Halloran became interim president of Navatek Cruises. Mr. O'Halloran had been working for Atlantis Reef Divers since 1990 and he transferred to Atlantis Submarines in 1993. In early 2002 Paul Dyson was promoted to general manager of Atlantis Cruises. He had been with Atlantis since 1995, serving as their safety and training officer. At the time he was also a lieutenant commander in the United States Coast Guard Reserves, serving as an engineer with CINCPAC at Camp Smith. He joined the Coast Guard Reserves after serving 24 years in the U.S. Coast Guard.

In the first quarter of 2002 Atlantis Adventures changed the name of it's Navatek I dinner cruise subsidiary from "Navatek Cruises" to "Atlantis Cruises".

Atlantis Navatek Cruises
Aloha Tower Marketplace, Pier 6
Downtown Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaii
Phone: 800-548-6262


See also:
- Other Oahu Dinner Cruises
- Dinner Cruises on Other Islands
- Other Oahu Activities



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