Kona Afternoon Snorkel Cruise on the Body Glove in Kailua-Kona, HI

Body Glove Cruises75-5629 Kuakini HwyKailua Kona, HI 96740
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Overview

Set sail aboard a luxury catamaran to some of Hawaii’s best snorkel spots on this short and sweet Body Glove Kona snorkel cruise! This Big Island snorkeling adventure includes refreshing snacks and soft drinks, and lots of fun water activities. Experience coral reefs, tropical marine life, and breathtaking views. Great for beginners and experts alike.

up to 2.5 hrs

Good To Know

from Ashley, one of our Kailua Kona Travel Experts
  • Tour duration is approximately 2 hours and 30 minutes.
  • Expert instruction and snorkeling gear provided.
  • Breakfast, snacks, and juice provided.
  • Full-service bar available on board.
  • Spinner dolphins frequently spotted.
  • Boat features a 20-foot water slide, high dive platform, and 2 large double swim platforms.
  • You may bring your own masks, fins and snorkels; however, full-face masks are not allowed.

Description

from Kona Afternoon Snorkel Cruise on the Body Glove
Discover the inspiring world of Hawaii's underwater paradise aboard this two and a half-hour, short and sweet snorkeling adventure to some of the best snorkel spots on the Big Island. Great for beginners and experts alike.

Features a fun introduction lesson from the lifeguard-trained crew for beginners or anyone wanting a refresher. Enjoy refreshing snacks and soft drinks, and a fun-filled time with a 20-foot water slide, 15-foot high dive platform, water toys, and more. All equipment you'll need is provided, including Reef Safe sunscreen. Cocktails are available for purchase from the onboard bar.

The luxury, state-of-the-art, 65-foot catamaran is certified for 149 passengers. The Kanoa II was specifically built for the discriminating traveler, with quality and luxury priority number one. The decor includes back-lit translucent blue waves, brushed stainless steel accents, mood lighting, flat-screen televisions, piped cushioned seating, and Corian full-service premium bar.

The Kanoa II has plenty of shade, three restrooms, two freshwater showers, a 20-foot water slide, a high dive platform, two large double swim platforms, and a complete sound system.

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Frequently Asked Questions about Kona Afternoon Snorkel Cruise on the Body Glove

Where does the cruise depart from?

The Kona Afternoon Snorkel Crusie is located on the Big Island of Hawaii and departs from the Kailua Pier in the heart of Kailua-Kona side, approximately six miles south of Keahole Kona Airport.

What time should we arrive?

Boarding is 30 minutes prior to your departure time. The vessel departs on time and cannot wait for late arrivals.

What is included in the Kona Afternoon Snorkel Cruise?

Snacks and soft drinks are included. Cocktails are available for purchase from the fully stocked, locally sourced bar. Body Glove provides all the necessary equipment, including Reef Safe sunscreen.

What if I've never snorkeled before?

First-timers or experts of all ages can snorkel with Body Glove. Kona Afternoon Snorkel Cruise specializes in accommodating those who are new to snorkeling and non-swimmers. The cruise offers "Snorkeling 101" for beginners or those wanting a refresher course. The location is a protected bay that offers calm pool-like conditions and an array of flotation water toys, including ski vests, life jackets, noodles, sea view boards, boogie boards, and inner tubes. The Captain and Crew are certified in First Aid, CPR, and Life Guard. There are always at least 3 designated Life Guards on watch while anyone is in the water.

Do you have prescription masks?

Yes, Body Glove snorkel cruise offers masks with built-in prescription lenses ranging from -1.5 to -7.0 at no additional charge.

Can I bring my own mask and gear?

While guests are encouraged to bring their own masks, fins, and snorkels, Kona Afternoon Snorkel Cruise does not allow the use of full-face masks on excursions aboard the Kanoa II vessel. During snorkeling activity, the need for more oxygen requires us to breathe faster. With a full-face mask, some of the exhaled carbon dioxides may not fully exit the device, and breathing in the contaminated air can lead to unconsciousness and fatalities.

Do you offer SNUBA?

Yes and no. Body Glove snorkel cruises offer Power Diving, also known as Hooka diving, which lets you enjoy the extended diving ability of SCUBA without heavy tanks or gear through an unlimited air supply that floats on the surface. Hooka diving requires no experience, is ideal for families over 12, and is available for an additional fee.

Dos the boat have a bathroom or shower on board?

Yes, the vessel has three large bathrooms and 2 outdoor freshwater showers.

Is there any shade on the boat?

Yes, the Kanoa II has a lower and upper deck with plenty of shaded areas as well as areas for sunbathing.

Can we go ashore during our cruise?

No one is allowed to climb onto land to protect the sensitive coral reefs, marine shorelines, and the safety of all guests. Each vessel will act as your private island, allowing you to come and go as you please while you enjoy your day at sea.

Where can I find parking?

You are welcome to park at the Body Glove office, one block away from the Kailua Pier. You may park at the Hotel King Kamehameha, which is closer; however, they charge by the hour. If you require handicapped parking, two stalls are located in the cul-de-sac in front of the Kailua Pier but come early as they are used frequently. Body Glove also has access to pier parking; however, it is by reservation only, and you must have a handicapped placard to obtain it.