Captain Andy has been sailing to Napali since 1980, with a fleet that now includes two sleek 55-foot custom catamarans, the Spirit of Kauai and Akialoa; two luxurious 65-foot catamarans, the Southern Star and the Northern Star; and the zippy 24-foot Zodiac, which holds about a dozen thrillseekers. The 5 1/2-hour Napali catamaran cruise costs $149 for adults and $109 for children 2 to 12, and it includes a continental breakfast, a deli-style lunch, snorkeling, and drinks; aboard the Southern Star ($169 adults, $119 children), a barbecue lunch replaces the deli fare. A 4-hour Napali Coast dinner cruise—which sails around the South Shore when Napali’s waters are too rough, most often in winter—costs $119 for adults and $89 for children ($149/$109 on the Southern Star), with no snorkeling; all Napali catamaran cruises leave from Port Allen. The 2-hour Poipu cocktail sunset sail aboard the Spirit of Kauai or Akialoa, including drinks and pupu (appetizers), is $79 for adults and $59 for children; it sails Saturday only, from Kukuiula Small Boat Harbor near Poipu. Napali Zodiac cruises depart from Kikiaola Small Boat Harbor in Kekaha; the 4-hour version ($139 adults, $119 children 5–12) includes snorkeling and snacks, while the 6-hour version ($159/$119) adds a landing at Nualolo Kai (depending on conditions) and expands snacks to a picnic lunch.