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Aloha and welcome aboard Star of Honolulu® dinner cruises with the highest safety standards! Our Star Care® Program ensures the safety and wellness of our guests and team members.



HVAC System: Our combination of antimicrobial filters and UV lights eliminate 99.99% of airborne bacteria, viruses and mold (compared to HEPA 99.97%), surpassing government requirements.

Face Covering: Masks are required for all guests ages 2 years and older, except when seated at tables. Guests with medical conditions are exempt. Star of Honolulu® team members all wear masks and also gloves during meal service.

Spacing: Our capacity will be reduced for social distancing.

Hand Sanitizer: will be available for all guests upon boarding and disembarking.

Entering, Seating & Exit: Practicing social distancing, guests will be seated from the stern to the bow and disembarking will be by deck, from the bow to the stern.

Prior to Boarding: We will disinfect high-touch areas including tables, chairs, dining room interior surfaces, flower vases, menus. Plus, all service items including service/drink trays are disinfected.

Service: Our service may be modified to ensure the highest safety standards are met following government guidelines.

Overall Safety: Safety has been our #1 priority since our establishment in 1957. To ensure the highest standard in the industry, click here to learn more about our commitment to safety.


Health Check & Training: Our Star team passes a wellness certification and temperature check prior to their shift, and have also passed enhanced hygiene training.

Stay Home: Team members displaying symptoms of illness, i.e. temperature over 100.4, are advised to stay at home. This applies to guests as well.

Daily Deep Cleaning: Thorough disinfection of rooms, chairs, tables, handrails, door knobs, elevators and more are done by our maintenance and custodial team.

Frequent Filter Change: Our antimicrobial filters in our HVAC system are inspected monthly and replaced quarterly, exceeding industry standards of 6 months.