For many, a trip to Maui from December 15th - April 15th is not
complete without a Maui whale watching experience. Trilogy's wide,
comfortable, catamarans offer a stable viewing platform that makes this
ocean experience safe for the whole family. On this two-hour whale
watch, Trilogy is dedicated to sharing accurate information about the
Humpback Whale and its habitat with our guests through our onboard
naturalists. Our goal is to give the guest a meaningful encounter with
these magnificent creatures without disturbing their behavior and
following the Sanctuary Whale Watching Guidelines (recognizing the
approach limits of 100 Yards).

For three generations they have been meeting or exceeding visitor's
expectations. Guests come from all over the world and from all walks of
life. But they all have one thing in common...they all deserve the very
best. Trilogy invites you to join them soon for the best day of your
vacation.

EXCURSIONS FROM MAALAEA HARBOR




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









Alii Nui offers Whale Watching from December to April on their 65' luxury
saling catamaran from Maalaea Harbor.

Alii Nui offers custom private charters as well as a Romantic Sunset Sail, a

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
Video courtesy Trilogy Excursions
(808) 244-2087

or Toll Free

1-800-441-2087
MAALAEA WHALE WATCHING
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20° 47′ 28″ N, 156° 30′ 36″ W

Maalaea Bay, Island of Maui


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Each winter there's an increase in visitors to the islands, Humpback whales, the State of Hawaii's official marine
mammal. From as early as September until as late as May, humpback whales can be seen in the near-shore waters
surrounding the Hawaiian Islands and West Maui is one the best viewing areas in all of Hawaii.

Scientists estimate that approximately 4,000 to 5,000 humpback whales, two-thirds of the North Pacific stock,
migrate to Hawaii each winter. From their feeding grounds in Alaska, they cross 3,000 miles of ocean to reach their
winter destination, which offers the promise of relaxation, adventure and "romance." The primary activities that
humpback whales engage in during their stay in Hawaii include mating, birthing and nursing. Male humpbacks also
spend their time competing with others for female attention and perfecting their singing techniques.

A whale watching cruise can be an awe-inspiring experience from the water. Mothers can be seen teaching their
calves to breach, and males can be seen competing with one another in fierce head-to-head battles. The underwater
vocal stylings of male humpback whales can even be heard by divers, snorkelers and boaters. The thrill of such
encounters has fostered a strong love of humpbacks in the islands.
Whale Watching Cruise video courtesy Pacific Whale Foundation. Click HERE for the PWF YouTube Channel.
(808) 874-5649

Toll-Free:

1-888-225-MAUI






Protecting Our Oceans Through Science and Advocacy

Experience Maui's top-rated whalewatch with the experts at Pacific Whale
Foundation—departing from historic Lahaina Harbor. We offer multiple
departure times from Lahaina, including sunrise, morning, afternoon and
sunset cruises. We also offer Whalewatch Specials from Lahaina with
discounted prices.

Informative and fun, each two-hour whalewatch is led by a team of certified
Marine Naturalists, who explain and interpret the social behavior of
humpback whales. Listen to whale songs through underwater hydrophones
and watch a variety of whale behaviors.

Whale sightings are guaranteed on all Pacific Whale Foundation
whalewatches (from November 7 – May 15) or you go again free at your
convenience within one year of your cruise. We are proud of our 97%
sighting success rate. This boat tour will take you through the breeding and
mating area of the North Atlantic Humpback Whales. Every trip is different
on these ocean adventures, you never know what you will experience.




(800) 942-5311
WORLD WHALE DAY | FEB. 18, 2017 | Events FEB. 4-25, 2017