DELUXE SNORKEL SAIL (6 hours)
Alii Nui will be on Dry Dock for scheduled maintenance and out of service from May 21, 2021 – June 16, 2021.
Please contact our Reservations Department at 808-875-0333 for assistance with alternate options.
IF YOU PREFER TO ORDER BY PHONE:
Toll Free (US only): 1- 800-542-3483 Ext. 1
all pricing includes tax & fees
Child: 4-12 $ 149.00
Child: 0-3 Free
Kama'aina Rates available - contact us for details
Gratuity is not included
Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Sunday
(December 15th - April 15th)
Huka Diving ~ add on $65.00 - (One location only)
NOTE: Download Medical form for Huka Diving
Certified Scuba Diver ~ add on $75.00
(Intro divers not allowed at Molokini due to an ordinance by the Dept. of Land and Natural Resources)
Leave the driving to us! Experience the comfort and ease of our transportation service available from most south and west side resort areas. Our comfortable vans will pick up and return you to your hotel or condo in style.
COST: Complimentary based on space available.
- 6 hour Luxury Snorkel Sail
- Two Premier Locations
- Exceptional service
- Full Breakfast / Snacks / Lunch
- Beer, Wine & Sparkling Wine
- Premium complimentary equipment
- Use of wet suit tops & boogie boards
- FREE transportation
- Certified for 100 passengers but cap at 45
- Two oversized clean bathrooms
- Fresh warm water showers
- Complimentary use of towels
- Complimentary sunscreen
- Easy access from dock
- Spacious covered cabin for shade
CHECK-IN / LOCATION
TIME: 7:00am - 1:00 pm (6 Hours)
CHECK IN: 6:30am
CHECK IN LOCATION: Slip #56 at Ma’alaea Harbor
Molokini is a marine reserve with spectacular water clarity and a pristine coral reef. Rated one of the best snorkeling spots in the world, this reef has a variety of beautiful reef fish and animals. More than 400 varieties of fish are found in the Hawaiian waters and more than 25% of these are endemic, they are found only in Hawaii. Occasionally we see dolphins, Whales, Manta rays, and Hawaiian Monk seals. Between the end of December and the end of April this trip affords a great opportunity to see Humpback whales in the National Marine Sanctuary.
Turtle Arches offers a large coral reef system and is located near Makena State Park. The caverns and ledges in the coral and lava create the perfect habitat for sponges, corals, octopus, fish, eels, and shrimp. The highlight of this reef is the number of Green Sea Turtles that gather here to be "cleaned" by fish known as the Hawaiian Cleaner Wrasse.”