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South Maui: PM Snorkel to Coral Gardens or Molokini Crater

South Maui: PM Snorkel to Coral Gardens or Molokini Crater

Explore one of Maui’s most impressive sites on this relaxing afternoon catamaran cruise to Molokini Crater or Coral Gardens. Dive into the rich marine biodiversity of the reefs in this partially submerged volcanic crater. Head to the meeting point at Maalaea Harbor for your check-in before boarding the Malalo catamaran. Set sail and admire the beautiful Pacific coastal views as you cruise towards your snorkel site. Stop at the ideal snorkeling location for that day. Have the option to purchase food and drink aboard. Jump into the pleasant water and look for colorful fish like parrot fish, yellow tang, and cornet fish. Keep your eyes peeled for the elusive spotted eagle ray. Feel free to rent wetsuits, digital underwater cameras, and prescription masks on the day of your activity to enhance your aquatic experience. After your unforgettable swim, relax with a drink (available to purchase) on deck as you return to your boarding point.

Ma'alaea Harbor: Whale Watching Catamaran Cruise

Ma'alaea Harbor: Whale Watching Catamaran Cruise

Board the comfortable and spacious double-deck power catamaran from Ma'alaea Harbor and cruise the Maui coastline to see the humpback whales, who return to Hawaii for a few months each year to mate and give birth. Get up close to these amazing animals to view their spectacular whale behaviors in their native environment Keep your eyes peeled for massive splashes across the horizon from whales slapping the surface with their fins and tails. See them spy-hop, when humpback whales come high out of the water to have a look around at the world above. See the majesty of a breaching whale, if you are lucky. This is when a whale rises completely out of the water and crashes down again. Don’t forget to bring your camera and take memorable photos from the shade of a spacious cabin.

South Maui: Molokini & Turtle Town Snorkeling Tour with Meal

South Maui: Molokini & Turtle Town Snorkeling Tour with Meal

See Maui from a new perspective as you swim and snorkel alongside its marine life at Molokini and Turtle Town. Cruise to these famous snorkeling destinations by catamaran, and enjoy breakfast and lunch onboard. Meet your captain and crew near Maalaea Harbor for your check-in. Board the comfortable catamaran and enjoy a continental breakfast of pastries, muffins, fresh fruits, coffee, tea, juice, soda, and water as you head towards Molokini. Arrive at Molokini and admire the scenery of the extinct volcanic cone, home to around 250 different local species. Jump into the water and snorkel with native wildlife such as black triggerfish, yellow tang, and parrotfish. Continue onto Turtle Town, where you’ll swim with protected Hawaiian green sea turtles among the underwater lava formations. Rest assured a lifeguard will be in the water at all times as you snorkel around the beautiful coral gardens. Enjoy a deli lunch with flatbread turkey sandwiches or veggie burgers, potato salad, chips, fruit and veggie platters, and chocolate chip cookies, soft drinks, juice, and water. Choose to purchase beers or a Mai Tai, and relax in the shade of the cabin. Or top up your tan on the bow of the boat as you return to Ma'alaea Harbor.

South Maui: Gilligans' Island Luau with Dinner and Drinks

South Maui: Gilligans' Island Luau with Dinner and Drinks

Join us for an intimate and up close authentic luau experience like no other. We'll take you on a mesmerizing journey through various types of Polynesian culture presented in a fun and engaging format. Through storytelling, audience participation and remarkable performances, we present an experience unavailable anywhere else. Locally owned and operated, we bring you the very best of Polynesian Culture. Our space is limited to maintain the integrity of the experience. So, every seat in the house has a great view. Gilligans is located on the Maui Nui Golf Course in Kihei and is the only luau in Kihei. We are excited to welcome you here! When you arrive, you'll be shown to your table by one of the performers in the show. Then, you'll order drinks from your server from the open bar. Tropical drinks, well drinks, red or white house wine, beer and all non-alcoholic beverages are included with your admission. You'll head to the Hawaiian Buffet. The buffet includes: Hawaiian kalua pork, teriyaki chicken, panko-crusted mahi mahi with lemon dill cream sauce, hummus with vegetable crudites, lomi lomi salmon, mixed vegetables, mac salad, poi, white rice, molokai sweet potato, green salad w/pineapple vinaigrette dressing and Hawaiian sweet rolls with honey butter. , Molokai Sweet Potato, Green Salad w/Pineapple Vinaigrette dressing and Hawaiian Sweet Rolls with honey butter. Save room for dessert: fresh pineapple cubes, chocolate haupia or lilikoi pie, white chocolate macadamia nut cookies, and lilikoi bars. Then sit back and watch the show take you on a journey through the evolution of Polynesian hula, through Hawaii, New Zealand and Tahiti. With a Samoan fire dancer finale and Hawaiian musicians and drummer, you'll be on the edge of your seat. And in our intimate venue, you'll be up close and more personal than anywhere else in Hawaii. We sell out quickly - Reserve your seats today!

South Maui: Eco Friendly Molokini and Turtle Town Tour

South Maui: Eco Friendly Molokini and Turtle Town Tour

Discover the underwater worlds of Molokini crater and Turtle Arches on this cruise from Maui. Get instruction on how to snorkel before exploring the reef. Learn about this biodiverse environment from professional naturalists. Eat a delicious breakfast before starting your trip. Enjoy a continental breakfast including pastries, fruit, and coffee before sailing out to Molokini. Molokini, Maui’s iconic crescent-shaped islet, is a beautiful reef known for its crystal clear waters, abundant coral, colorful fish, and resting seabirds. A protected marine conservation area, this volcanic crater is only accessible by boat with a certified tour operator and is the #1 snorkeling destination in Maui. Learn about the history and nature of your surroundings and the efforts being made to protect the ocean here.  Following your time at Molokini, head to Turtle Arches and enjoy a bonus snorkel site with its underwater lava formations and frequent turtle sightings. Watch for sea turtles, eels, octopi, and other reef fish. Once you are done snorkeling and have worked up an appetite, enjoy a freshly prepared lunch of grilled chicken, burgers, and salad before heading back to Ma'alaea Harbor.

South Maui: Sunset Prime Rib or Mahi Mahi Dinner Cruise

South Maui: Sunset Prime Rib or Mahi Mahi Dinner Cruise

Watch the glow of the sunset on the Kahalawai Mountains, Lanai Island, and the Molokini Crater on this sunset catamaran cruise from Ma’alaea. Keep an eye out for humpback whales while listening to Hawaiian music. Savor a gourmet dinner and relax with two drinks from the bar. Depart from the Ma’alaea Harbor and set off into the waves on a catamaran. After exiting the harbor, enjoy a complimentary drink before the dinner service kicks off. Explore the alcoves of the boat, gaze out over the ocean, and snap photos. While soaking up the tropical views, listen to island-style music. For dinner, chef Keoni will serve the succulent Hawaiian prime rib, Mahi Mahi, teriyaki chicken, ribs, steamed vegetables, white rice with soy sauce, and more. As you dine, take in views of Kaho’olawe and Lanai in the distance, as well as the top snorkeling location, Molokini Crater. Gaze out at the Kahalawai Mountains of Maui extending toward the sky. You are likely to see humpback whales visiting the islands from Alaska along with other marine mammals.

Maui: Turtle Town Kayak and Snorkel Tour

Maui: Turtle Town Kayak and Snorkel Tour

Explore the ocean and see marine wildlife on this family-friendly kayaking tour, great for children 5 and up. You will kayak roughly 1.5 miles through Makena Bay (aka Turtle Town) - known as one of Maui's best kayaking and snorkeling destinations. Spot ocean wildlife as you battle through the blue Hawaiian surf. This location is famous for the Hawaiian Green Sea Turtle population and exceptional paddling conditions on Maui's calm blue waters. It is also very common to see manta rays and dolphins as well as the Hawaiian monk seal. During whale season (Dec through April) you will have the opportunity to see Humpback whales during their annual migration to the Islands to mate and give birth. Combining kayaking and snorkeling can make for an exhilarating and memorable adventure, offering unique opportunities to explore marine environments from both above and below the water. Here are some fun attributes of enjoying these activities together: 1. Access to Remote Snorkeling Spots Kayaking allows you to reach secluded and pristine snorkeling locations that are often inaccessible by foot or larger boats. This means you can explore untouched coral reefs and vibrant underwater ecosystems. 2. Dual Perspective Experience You get the best of both worlds: the serene, scenic paddling experience on the water’s surface and the thrilling underwater exploration. This dual perspective offers a more comprehensive appreciation of the marine environment. 3. Close Encounter with Marine Life Kayaking to snorkeling spots means you can encounter marine life in their natural habitats, from dolphins and sea turtles to colorful fish and coral reefs. 4. Exercise and Fitness Both activities provide a good workout. Kayaking strengthens your upper body, core, and cardiovascular system, while snorkeling provides a gentle, full-body workout that emphasizes breathing control and endurance. 5. Adventure and Exploration The combination adds a sense of adventure to your trip. You can explore hidden coves, paddle through mangroves, or navigate along rugged coastlines, and then dive in to explore the underwater wonders. 6. Family-Friendly Activity This combination is suitable for families, including children. Kids can enjoy the excitement of paddling and the wonder of discovering underwater life, making it an educational and entertaining activity for all ages. 7. Eco-Friendly Exploration Kayaking is a low-impact, environmentally friendly way to explore coastal areas without disturbing the natural habitats. Snorkeling allows you to observe marine life without causing harm. 8. Photography Opportunities Bringing along a waterproof camera or a GoPro allows you to capture stunning photos and videos both above and below the water, creating lasting memories of your adventure. Combining kayaking and snorkeling offers a blend of adventure, relaxation, and discovery, making it a fantastic way to enjoy and explore marine environments.

Maui: Eco-Friendly Whale Watching Tour from Ma'alaea Harbor

Maui: Eco-Friendly Whale Watching Tour from Ma'alaea Harbor

Whale-watch with the experts on Maui's top-rated ecotour and see these amazing creatures in their natural wild habitat. Every excursion is led by certified Marine Naturalists for fun and informative interpretation of humpback whale behaviors and characteristics. Not only will you see these majestic creatures up close and personal, but your Marine Naturalist will provide an educational experience. Watch mothers and calves interact, see males compete for females, hear underwater whale songs – every trip is unique. Don't miss out on utilizing underwater hydrophones to hear whale songs. If you're bringing children, this family-friendly experience has onboard Jr. Naturalist Programs for kids. Don't forget to put on your Reef Safe Sunscreen, complimentary at check-in. For the more serious whale-watcher, this tour has affordable camera and binocular rentals. This nonprofit organization is dedicated to protecting our oceans through science and advocacy. All profits from these cruises support ocean research, education and conservation programs.

South Maui: Whale Watching Cruise Aboard Calypso

South Maui: Whale Watching Cruise Aboard Calypso

After boarding your whale-watching cruise, your onboard naturalist, captain, and crew will be just as excited as you are to see humpbacks. These 45-foot cetaceans inspire awe, delight, and excitement with their very existence.  As soon as the boat leaves Ma'alaea Harbor, keep your eyes peeled for any significant movement on the surface. Especially huge clouds of misty spray in the distance (that's how a whale exhales). The whale watch naturalist will give you an exciting play-by-play on the whale's "swimming commentary." Some of the more popular moves whales engage in are the tail slap, the pec slap, the peduncle throw, the spy hop, and the ever hoped-for "launch-of-an-entire-whale-from-the-water" full breach.  Go down to the underwater viewing room whenever the boat is stopped. If the whales swim beneath the vessel, you can see them through the glass panels at the bottom of the hull. It is rare for a whale-watching vessel to have a glass-bottomed seating area, so enjoy it on this triple-decker catamaran. From December to April, you can climb aboard the boat and make your way to the top. This is Maui’s only catamaran with three decks, so you cannot go higher on this island. The 360-degree ocean views are fantastic, even when you go inside for a bit to take a break from the sun.  The first and second decks have spacious cabins with tinted windows, making for excellent viewing through the water’s surface, regardless of the sun’s glare. Comfortable seating throughout this stable vessel ensures a relaxing time on the water while you look for these incredible marine mammals.  Take advantage of the bar and snack area while you check out the boat. The crew will be happy to mix up whatever you feel like.

From Ma'alaea: Turtle Town Snorkel Aboard the Quicksilver

From Ma'alaea: Turtle Town Snorkel Aboard the Quicksilver

Spot Hawaii's native marine life in its natural habitat on a snorkel cruise to Turtle Town from Ma'alaea Harbor. Swim past green sea turtles, Moorish idols, and even humpback whales. Enjoy an onboard lunch and drinks. Set sail from Ma'alaea Harbor towards the westside of the island to Turtle Town, aka Mala Wharf (if weather conditions allow). See where, in 1992, a powerful hurricane created an artificial reef and sanctuary where corals and other marine life thrive. Spot Moorish idols, green sea turtles, and saddle wrasse while snorkeling here. If snorkel conditions are not ideal at Turtle Town a.k.a. Mala Wharf, cruise to one of the other premier westside snorkel locations such as Honolua Bay, Airport Beach, or Launiupoko. See Hawaiian green sea turtles, brightly colored tropical fish, and beautiful coral reef formations. During the whale season between December to April, observe humpback whales as they enjoy the warm Hawaiian waters (time permitting). Learn from expert narration about the whales and provide a play-by-play commentary of the whales' behavior as you view them.

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South Maui: PM Snorkel to Coral Gardens or Molokini Crater

South Maui: PM Snorkel to Coral Gardens or Molokini Crater

Explore one of Maui’s most impressive sites on this relaxing afternoon catamaran cruise to Molokini Crater or Coral Gardens. Dive into the rich marine biodiversity of the reefs in this partially submerged volcanic crater. Head to the meeting point at Maalaea Harbor for your check-in before boarding the Malalo catamaran. Set sail and admire the beautiful Pacific coastal views as you cruise towards your snorkel site. Stop at the ideal snorkeling location for that day. Have the option to purchase food and drink aboard. Jump into the pleasant water and look for colorful fish like parrot fish, yellow tang, and cornet fish. Keep your eyes peeled for the elusive spotted eagle ray. Feel free to rent wetsuits, digital underwater cameras, and prescription masks on the day of your activity to enhance your aquatic experience. After your unforgettable swim, relax with a drink (available to purchase) on deck as you return to your boarding point.

Ma'alaea Harbor: Whale Watching Catamaran Cruise

Ma'alaea Harbor: Whale Watching Catamaran Cruise

Board the comfortable and spacious double-deck power catamaran from Ma'alaea Harbor and cruise the Maui coastline to see the humpback whales, who return to Hawaii for a few months each year to mate and give birth. Get up close to these amazing animals to view their spectacular whale behaviors in their native environment Keep your eyes peeled for massive splashes across the horizon from whales slapping the surface with their fins and tails. See them spy-hop, when humpback whales come high out of the water to have a look around at the world above. See the majesty of a breaching whale, if you are lucky. This is when a whale rises completely out of the water and crashes down again. Don’t forget to bring your camera and take memorable photos from the shade of a spacious cabin.

South Maui: Molokini & Turtle Town Snorkeling Tour with Meal

South Maui: Molokini & Turtle Town Snorkeling Tour with Meal

See Maui from a new perspective as you swim and snorkel alongside its marine life at Molokini and Turtle Town. Cruise to these famous snorkeling destinations by catamaran, and enjoy breakfast and lunch onboard. Meet your captain and crew near Maalaea Harbor for your check-in. Board the comfortable catamaran and enjoy a continental breakfast of pastries, muffins, fresh fruits, coffee, tea, juice, soda, and water as you head towards Molokini. Arrive at Molokini and admire the scenery of the extinct volcanic cone, home to around 250 different local species. Jump into the water and snorkel with native wildlife such as black triggerfish, yellow tang, and parrotfish. Continue onto Turtle Town, where you’ll swim with protected Hawaiian green sea turtles among the underwater lava formations. Rest assured a lifeguard will be in the water at all times as you snorkel around the beautiful coral gardens. Enjoy a deli lunch with flatbread turkey sandwiches or veggie burgers, potato salad, chips, fruit and veggie platters, and chocolate chip cookies, soft drinks, juice, and water. Choose to purchase beers or a Mai Tai, and relax in the shade of the cabin. Or top up your tan on the bow of the boat as you return to Ma'alaea Harbor.

South Maui: Gilligans' Island Luau with Dinner and Drinks

South Maui: Gilligans' Island Luau with Dinner and Drinks

Join us for an intimate and up close authentic luau experience like no other. We'll take you on a mesmerizing journey through various types of Polynesian culture presented in a fun and engaging format. Through storytelling, audience participation and remarkable performances, we present an experience unavailable anywhere else. Locally owned and operated, we bring you the very best of Polynesian Culture. Our space is limited to maintain the integrity of the experience. So, every seat in the house has a great view. Gilligans is located on the Maui Nui Golf Course in Kihei and is the only luau in Kihei. We are excited to welcome you here! When you arrive, you'll be shown to your table by one of the performers in the show. Then, you'll order drinks from your server from the open bar. Tropical drinks, well drinks, red or white house wine, beer and all non-alcoholic beverages are included with your admission. You'll head to the Hawaiian Buffet. The buffet includes: Hawaiian kalua pork, teriyaki chicken, panko-crusted mahi mahi with lemon dill cream sauce, hummus with vegetable crudites, lomi lomi salmon, mixed vegetables, mac salad, poi, white rice, molokai sweet potato, green salad w/pineapple vinaigrette dressing and Hawaiian sweet rolls with honey butter. , Molokai Sweet Potato, Green Salad w/Pineapple Vinaigrette dressing and Hawaiian Sweet Rolls with honey butter. Save room for dessert: fresh pineapple cubes, chocolate haupia or lilikoi pie, white chocolate macadamia nut cookies, and lilikoi bars. Then sit back and watch the show take you on a journey through the evolution of Polynesian hula, through Hawaii, New Zealand and Tahiti. With a Samoan fire dancer finale and Hawaiian musicians and drummer, you'll be on the edge of your seat. And in our intimate venue, you'll be up close and more personal than anywhere else in Hawaii. We sell out quickly - Reserve your seats today!

South Maui: Eco Friendly Molokini and Turtle Town Tour

South Maui: Eco Friendly Molokini and Turtle Town Tour

Discover the underwater worlds of Molokini crater and Turtle Arches on this cruise from Maui. Get instruction on how to snorkel before exploring the reef. Learn about this biodiverse environment from professional naturalists. Eat a delicious breakfast before starting your trip. Enjoy a continental breakfast including pastries, fruit, and coffee before sailing out to Molokini. Molokini, Maui’s iconic crescent-shaped islet, is a beautiful reef known for its crystal clear waters, abundant coral, colorful fish, and resting seabirds. A protected marine conservation area, this volcanic crater is only accessible by boat with a certified tour operator and is the #1 snorkeling destination in Maui. Learn about the history and nature of your surroundings and the efforts being made to protect the ocean here.  Following your time at Molokini, head to Turtle Arches and enjoy a bonus snorkel site with its underwater lava formations and frequent turtle sightings. Watch for sea turtles, eels, octopi, and other reef fish. Once you are done snorkeling and have worked up an appetite, enjoy a freshly prepared lunch of grilled chicken, burgers, and salad before heading back to Ma'alaea Harbor.

South Maui: Sunset Prime Rib or Mahi Mahi Dinner Cruise

South Maui: Sunset Prime Rib or Mahi Mahi Dinner Cruise

Watch the glow of the sunset on the Kahalawai Mountains, Lanai Island, and the Molokini Crater on this sunset catamaran cruise from Ma’alaea. Keep an eye out for humpback whales while listening to Hawaiian music. Savor a gourmet dinner and relax with two drinks from the bar. Depart from the Ma’alaea Harbor and set off into the waves on a catamaran. After exiting the harbor, enjoy a complimentary drink before the dinner service kicks off. Explore the alcoves of the boat, gaze out over the ocean, and snap photos. While soaking up the tropical views, listen to island-style music. For dinner, chef Keoni will serve the succulent Hawaiian prime rib, Mahi Mahi, teriyaki chicken, ribs, steamed vegetables, white rice with soy sauce, and more. As you dine, take in views of Kaho’olawe and Lanai in the distance, as well as the top snorkeling location, Molokini Crater. Gaze out at the Kahalawai Mountains of Maui extending toward the sky. You are likely to see humpback whales visiting the islands from Alaska along with other marine mammals.

Maui: Turtle Town Kayak and Snorkel Tour

Maui: Turtle Town Kayak and Snorkel Tour

Explore the ocean and see marine wildlife on this family-friendly kayaking tour, great for children 5 and up. You will kayak roughly 1.5 miles through Makena Bay (aka Turtle Town) - known as one of Maui's best kayaking and snorkeling destinations. Spot ocean wildlife as you battle through the blue Hawaiian surf. This location is famous for the Hawaiian Green Sea Turtle population and exceptional paddling conditions on Maui's calm blue waters. It is also very common to see manta rays and dolphins as well as the Hawaiian monk seal. During whale season (Dec through April) you will have the opportunity to see Humpback whales during their annual migration to the Islands to mate and give birth. Combining kayaking and snorkeling can make for an exhilarating and memorable adventure, offering unique opportunities to explore marine environments from both above and below the water. Here are some fun attributes of enjoying these activities together: 1. Access to Remote Snorkeling Spots Kayaking allows you to reach secluded and pristine snorkeling locations that are often inaccessible by foot or larger boats. This means you can explore untouched coral reefs and vibrant underwater ecosystems. 2. Dual Perspective Experience You get the best of both worlds: the serene, scenic paddling experience on the water’s surface and the thrilling underwater exploration. This dual perspective offers a more comprehensive appreciation of the marine environment. 3. Close Encounter with Marine Life Kayaking to snorkeling spots means you can encounter marine life in their natural habitats, from dolphins and sea turtles to colorful fish and coral reefs. 4. Exercise and Fitness Both activities provide a good workout. Kayaking strengthens your upper body, core, and cardiovascular system, while snorkeling provides a gentle, full-body workout that emphasizes breathing control and endurance. 5. Adventure and Exploration The combination adds a sense of adventure to your trip. You can explore hidden coves, paddle through mangroves, or navigate along rugged coastlines, and then dive in to explore the underwater wonders. 6. Family-Friendly Activity This combination is suitable for families, including children. Kids can enjoy the excitement of paddling and the wonder of discovering underwater life, making it an educational and entertaining activity for all ages. 7. Eco-Friendly Exploration Kayaking is a low-impact, environmentally friendly way to explore coastal areas without disturbing the natural habitats. Snorkeling allows you to observe marine life without causing harm. 8. Photography Opportunities Bringing along a waterproof camera or a GoPro allows you to capture stunning photos and videos both above and below the water, creating lasting memories of your adventure. Combining kayaking and snorkeling offers a blend of adventure, relaxation, and discovery, making it a fantastic way to enjoy and explore marine environments.

Maui: Eco-Friendly Whale Watching Tour from Ma'alaea Harbor

Maui: Eco-Friendly Whale Watching Tour from Ma'alaea Harbor

Whale-watch with the experts on Maui's top-rated ecotour and see these amazing creatures in their natural wild habitat. Every excursion is led by certified Marine Naturalists for fun and informative interpretation of humpback whale behaviors and characteristics. Not only will you see these majestic creatures up close and personal, but your Marine Naturalist will provide an educational experience. Watch mothers and calves interact, see males compete for females, hear underwater whale songs – every trip is unique. Don't miss out on utilizing underwater hydrophones to hear whale songs. If you're bringing children, this family-friendly experience has onboard Jr. Naturalist Programs for kids. Don't forget to put on your Reef Safe Sunscreen, complimentary at check-in. For the more serious whale-watcher, this tour has affordable camera and binocular rentals. This nonprofit organization is dedicated to protecting our oceans through science and advocacy. All profits from these cruises support ocean research, education and conservation programs.

South Maui: Whale Watching Cruise Aboard Calypso

South Maui: Whale Watching Cruise Aboard Calypso

After boarding your whale-watching cruise, your onboard naturalist, captain, and crew will be just as excited as you are to see humpbacks. These 45-foot cetaceans inspire awe, delight, and excitement with their very existence.  As soon as the boat leaves Ma'alaea Harbor, keep your eyes peeled for any significant movement on the surface. Especially huge clouds of misty spray in the distance (that's how a whale exhales). The whale watch naturalist will give you an exciting play-by-play on the whale's "swimming commentary." Some of the more popular moves whales engage in are the tail slap, the pec slap, the peduncle throw, the spy hop, and the ever hoped-for "launch-of-an-entire-whale-from-the-water" full breach.  Go down to the underwater viewing room whenever the boat is stopped. If the whales swim beneath the vessel, you can see them through the glass panels at the bottom of the hull. It is rare for a whale-watching vessel to have a glass-bottomed seating area, so enjoy it on this triple-decker catamaran. From December to April, you can climb aboard the boat and make your way to the top. This is Maui’s only catamaran with three decks, so you cannot go higher on this island. The 360-degree ocean views are fantastic, even when you go inside for a bit to take a break from the sun.  The first and second decks have spacious cabins with tinted windows, making for excellent viewing through the water’s surface, regardless of the sun’s glare. Comfortable seating throughout this stable vessel ensures a relaxing time on the water while you look for these incredible marine mammals.  Take advantage of the bar and snack area while you check out the boat. The crew will be happy to mix up whatever you feel like.

From Ma'alaea: Turtle Town Snorkel Aboard the Quicksilver

From Ma'alaea: Turtle Town Snorkel Aboard the Quicksilver

Spot Hawaii's native marine life in its natural habitat on a snorkel cruise to Turtle Town from Ma'alaea Harbor. Swim past green sea turtles, Moorish idols, and even humpback whales. Enjoy an onboard lunch and drinks. Set sail from Ma'alaea Harbor towards the westside of the island to Turtle Town, aka Mala Wharf (if weather conditions allow). See where, in 1992, a powerful hurricane created an artificial reef and sanctuary where corals and other marine life thrive. Spot Moorish idols, green sea turtles, and saddle wrasse while snorkeling here. If snorkel conditions are not ideal at Turtle Town a.k.a. Mala Wharf, cruise to one of the other premier westside snorkel locations such as Honolua Bay, Airport Beach, or Launiupoko. See Hawaiian green sea turtles, brightly colored tropical fish, and beautiful coral reef formations. During the whale season between December to April, observe humpback whales as they enjoy the warm Hawaiian waters (time permitting). Learn from expert narration about the whales and provide a play-by-play commentary of the whales' behavior as you view them.

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