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October 22 2018

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Ocean Excursions

Activity Information

Maui Whale Watch Ma'alaea Excursion

On this extensive whale watch excursion, you'll receive dedicated and accurate information about the Endangered Humpback Whale and its habitat from on-board Naturalists and Hawaii sponsor's of the Whale Sanctuary.

For many, a trip to Maui from December 15 thru April 15 is not complete with out a Whale watching experience. Your excursion is set on a comfortable 55' (17m.) Sloop Rigged sailing catamaran, which offers a stable viewing platform that makes this ocean experience safe for the whole family. And, everyone has a front row seat, as the number of guests is limited to 40-50 passengers aboard the vessel. Your on-board Naturalists also make this trip educational and entertaining.

As a guest, you will have a meaningful encounter with these magnificent creatures without disturbing their behavior while your Captain follows the Sanctuary Whale Watching Guidelines. With convenient boarding from Ma'alaea Harbor, this trip is convenient for those staying in South Maui including Kihei, Wailea and Makena. Your Whale excursion offers you the most direct route to some of the best whale watching in the world!

Whale Guarantee: Receive a free return 'Whale Check' until a Humpback Whale is sighted. The Maui Whale Watch Ma'alaea Excursion operates between December 15 thru April 15.

Regular - Group Price Includes:

• 2-hour cruise tour admission

• Use of on-board Hydrophones to hear Whale songs

• Assortment of snacks and variety of beverages

Guidelines for Cruise Participants:

• Recommended to check in at harbor port 30-minutes prior to departure

• Attire: Casual

Suggested Items to Bring:

• Sunscreen

• Hat

• Towel

• Pull-over or light jacket

• Additional spending money for premium beverage purchases or gratuity

• Still or video camera

Unless weather or ocean conditions prohibit, cruise run rain or shine. Generally, there are cooler temperatures sailing during open waters. Viewing conditions along the island coastline is dependent on weather conditions. Ship includes traversing stairways and some narrow passage ways.