For many, snorkeling at Molokini Crater is a "must-do" on their Maui
vacation and what better way to experience the beauty of the Hawaiian
waters than on a sailing catamaran! We provide ample room on our
spacious vessels and visit two snorkeling locations- the crystal clear waters
of Molokini* and the remarkable shallows of the Maui coastline that is
home to many Hawaiian honu (sea turtle). Not only does this give our
guests additional variety, but it’s our way of avoiding some of the crowds.
We provide all snorkel equipment including instruction and wetsuit tops. For
those wanting to deepen their ocean adventure, we offer the upgrade of
*SNUBA as well. Finally, while it's tough to beat Mom's homemade
cinnamon rolls or Capt. Coon's tasty teriyaki chicken prepared by your
captain for lunch, what really sets Trilogy apart is the personal attention
each guest receives. So come out and discover for yourself why Trilogy has
been chosen #1 sailing company on Maui for over 42 years and chosen #5
Tour in America by TripAdvisor 2015!



Videos courtesy Trilogy Excursions
MAALAEA SNORKELING CRUISES



Alii Nui offers custom private charters on their 65' sailing catamaran as well as
Excursions and Whale Watching from December to April.

Alii Nui also offers Huka Diving with a surface supplied air system to breath
underwater and without the need for Scuba certification.

Complimentary transportation is available from the resort areas on the south
shore and west shore of Maui.


(808) 875-0333 or Toll Free in US 1-800-542-3483




Maui Classic Charters

Four Winds II is a 55' sailing catamaran with glass bottom viewing and
offers a Morning Snorkel to Molokini Crater and an Afternoon Snorkel to
Coral Gardens or Molokini dependng on winds.

Maui Classic Charters has been offering sailing cruises in Hawaii for over
30 years.

Four Winds II offers upper and lower decks with plenty of shade in a
covered cabin, a complete galley and bar, fresh water shower, waterslide,
BBQ and a stereo sound system. Free use of their snorkeling equipment.


(808) 879-8188 or Toll Free 1-800-736-5740


The twin vessels Paragon and Paragon II each feature new construction
techniques and hull design paired with state-of-the-art rotating carbon fiber
masts. This mast technology was used by the America's Cup winning
catamaran, Stars and Stripes, and results in each ships ability to achieve
incredible speeds while ensuring your safety and comfort.

Maui's fastest, high performance sailing catamarans offer sailing charters,
Molokini Crater and Coral Gardens Snorkeling, Lana'i beach Picnic Sails and
Lahaina Sunset Sailing and Lahaina Private Charters.






Whale Watch - December to April


(808) 244-2087

or Toll Free

1-800-441-2087
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101 Maalaea Boat Harbor Rd, Wailuku, HI 96793

Harbor Office: (808) 243-5818

DLNR Maui Office: (808) 243-5824 • E-mail: dbor.maui@hawaii.gov

20° 47′ 28″ N, 156° 30′ 36″ W

Maalaea Bay, Island of Maui


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Protecting Our Oceans Through Science and Advocacy

Snorkel with the experts at world-famous Molokini reef, plus a second snorkel
spot known for green sea turtles and underwater lava arches.

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. Turtle Arches offers a bonus snorkel site
with its underwater lava formations and frequent turtle sightings. Continental
breakfast is included and a delicious BBQ lunch is prepared onboard.








(800) 942-5311




(808) 874-5649 

or Toll-Free: 1-888-225-MAUI
Molokini Video courtesy Trilogy Excursions

Molokini video courtesy Pacific Whale Foundation. Click HERE for the PWF YouTube Channel.