Maui Water Sports
“Molokini Crater Is One of the Top 10 Snorkel Spots in the World”
The Island of Maui
Maui is the place for people who are ready to have some serious fun. The Valley Isle is three-in-one! It’s been ruled over by three historical kingdoms. It had three distinct waves of settlers and three main districts. It also has fascinating temples, ancient petroglyphs, and hardened lava flow you can walk right over offer a trio of island enjoyment.
Sailing Activities on Maui
To know Maui is to love it, and to love it is to surf it! And cruise it. Sail it. Boogie board it! Some of the biggest fun on Maui happens when you hit the waves, and Hawaii Sail is ready to make it happen. Head straight for the good times on a relaxing dinner sail or booze cruise into the warm tropical evening. Dive into the clear blue waters for some of the best snorkeling in the world. However you like to enjoy the water, you’re sure to find the perfect adventure for the whole family.
Another time when three is the magic number on Maui comes in the winter, when you’re in the best place imaginable for whale watching. Enjoy the warm sunshine and bright water as you keep your eyes wide open for these amazing creatures in the perfect trio of channels around the island. The narrow waterways around Maui provide the perfect location for unbeatable whale watching: the Pailolo Channel, situated between Maui and Molokai; the Auau Channel between Maui and Lanai; and the Kalohi Channel, which lies between Lanai and Molokai. It’s to these protected waters to that the stunning humpback whales return year after year, offering you the best opportunities to see them up close as they, too, enjoy their Hawaiian vacation. It’s beautiful, it’s reachable…it’s perfect. The joyful leaps and tail slaps of happy whales will convince you that Maui is truly a paradise for everyone.