Sailing on Maui

By Hawaii.com Team

Lahaina Harbor, Maui. Photo: Mark Goebel.

Maui is one of the world’s premiere sailing destinations. Whatever your sailing preference, you’ll find it here. Single hull, double hulled and tri-hulled yachts and cats of all sizes offer great sailing adventures.

Sailboats leave daily from Ma`alaea Harbor in South Maui, Lahaina Harbor in West Maui, and from the beach at Ka`anapali, carrying anywhere from six to more than 100 passengers. Although winds are usually light in the morning, by mid-afternoon the trades pick up, giving sailors a faster trip back to port. By evening it’s gentle again, calm enough to enjoy cocktails as you watch the sunset.

During the winter, expect close-ups of breaching and blowing humpback whales.

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Whale Watching, Lahaina, Maui

Trip includes: Underwater hydrophones to hear whale songs, Onboard Jr. Naturalist Program for kids, Reef-safe sunscreen and filtered water available onboard, Full-color marine wildlife poster, Whale sightings guaranteed or go again free

Departures: 9am, 1130am Adults: $39 Children: $20

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Whale Watching, South Maui

Trip includes: Underwater hydrophones to hear whale songs, Onboard Jr. Naturalist Program for kids, Reef-safe sunscreen and filtered water available onboard, Full-color marine wildlife poster, Whale sightings guaranteed or go again free

Departures: 9am, 1130am, 1230pm Adults: $39 Children: $20

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Take a Snorkel Trip to Molokini

Daily Tours from 7:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. (5 Hours)

Trip includes: Continental breakfast, Buffet lunch & beverages including beer & wine, Kids sail 1/2 price.

$140 BOOK NOW

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