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Our Commitment

To the Environment and Sustainable Tourism

At Body Glove Cruises, we are fully committed to providing a sustainably operated tour that conserves and nurtures our environment. We strive to become more sustainable now and in the future by continually re-examining our process to find new, innovative ways to reduce our impact on the environment.

UILA (Energy)

Throughout our company we lessen our impact on the environment. Through the use of timers, Energy Star appliances, and a strict maintenance program on all of our equipment we ensure low energy usage company wide. The ‘Kanoa II’ is equipped with state of the art solar panels to help offset our fuel consumption and with a ‘no idling’ policy in place for deliveries, our partners help us keep our carbon footprint to a minimum.

WAI (Water)

Being on the ocean everyday, we have a special appreciation for water as our most precious resource. In order to protect our water sources and all the life they contain, we’ve adopted the Coral Reef Alliance standards for all excursions and are Dolphin SMART compliant. We also offer complimentary reef-safe sunscreen for all guests. And to reduce water waste we have input low-flow sinks and toilets throughout the company.  Furthermore, we use bio-degradeble chemicals and plant based detergents to make sure nothing we utilize will harm the land and the ocean we love.

‘ĀINA (Land)

We are proud to be a business serving 100% plastic-free disposables. We compost our food scraps and recycle all plastic, glass, and aluminum in an effort to keep our contribution to landfills to a minimum.

We work closely with local farms, businesses, and establishments to bring a uniquely Hawaiian experience to all of our trips. From our produce to our liquor and beer, we try to serve items that you cannot find anywhere else in the world.

Join our Clean Seas Initiative!

We have made it part of our Clean Seas Initiative to host cleanups once a month, specifically for offshore floating debris. In an effort to cleanup our ocean and support voluntourism, we invite visitors, as well as residents, to join us as we go off the Kona Coast to follow current lines that often host floating ocean debris. These organized cleanups will have an educational aspect aimed at increasing awareness, which can lead to more environmentally conscious behavior. In addition to having organized cleanup events, also act as a response team other vessels can notify when they find dangerous masses of floating debris.



Our goal is to help make a difference and pave the way for a brighter and cleaner future for our oceans. As advocates for environmental preservation, we invite you to participate in this hands-on experience that combines adventure, education, and making a positive impact. Call us today to see how you can get involved and be apart of the solution!

What We're Doing

Over $13,000 donated to local sustainable initiatives.

450t of Carbon offset since 2019

Adopted Garden at Maka'eo Walking Path

Complimentary Reef Safe Sunscreen on Every Tour!

Our Partners