Private Sailing Excursions

If you’d prefer a private charter, this beautiful 57′ Columbia Classic Sailing Yacht specializes in customized exclusive charters.

All of their trips involve snorkeling Maui’s exquisite reefs and searching for dolphins (and whales when in season). All guests are encouraged to get involved with the sailing aspect of the trips and everyone is allowed helm time if desired. Fishing lines are always out in hopes of catching a tuna, Mahi Mahi or even Ono, Scuba or Snuba diving are also available with proper notice.
All crew are current in First Aid and C.P.R. as well as being Coast Guard licensed captains.


HALF DAY SAIL 4 hrs.
Depart Ma‘alaea Harbor for Coral Gardens or Olowalu, or any one of their local favorite snorkel spots. After an hour of sailing, they’ll drop anchor near a beautiful reef, allowing for plenty of time to snorkel while your crew prepares your lunch. After a hot lunch on deck we set sail back to port.
We recommend this as a morning trip due to Tradewinds that tend to increase in the afternoons.
FULL DAY SAIL 7 hrs.
Set sail from Ma‘alaea Harbor on Maui for a full day of sailing, snorkeling and fun in the sun. Anchor on the south side of the island in a remote, protected area. Snorkel on pristine coral reefs with an abundance of tropical fish, a variety of colorful corals and the endangered Green Sea Turtles.
During our sail you’ll be in constant search for the ever playful Spinner Dolphins.There is a complete galley on board where they can prepare scrumptious lunches such as a hot BBQ, a gourmet deli-style lunch, or fresh island grilled fish. The full day gives extra time to snorkel a second or third reef. After a full day of sailing, snorkeling, chef prepared lunch and sunbathing on deck, you’ll return to the marina just in time for sunset at sea.
Although the boat is coast guard certified for 28 guests, we recommend 20 or less for comfort sake.

Pricing is $600/hour, 2 hour minimum, then $500/hour for each additional hour, plus meals and taxes.

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