The following are some of the many things you can do while sailing in Hawaii.
Our favorite thing to do is take a cocktail cruise at sunset. You'll enjoy warm ocean breezes while sipping on drinks, indulging in tasty pupus, and watching a perfect Maui sunset while enjoying your time with your friends and family.
Maui County is perfect for exploration because it's made of multiple islands. You can do day trips to Lanai and Molokai, or you can take an overnight trip to some of the outer-islands (reserve the Island Star for overnight excursions.)
Maui and Lanai are both famous for their scuba diving sites. The back-side of Molokini Crater is world-famous for diving as well as Lanai's Cathedrals are famous for their cave diving.
Snorkeling can be done off-shore with the rest of the masses, but it's nice to get away and enjoy off-shore spots like Molokini Crater. This marine sanctuary is protected from swell and usually has high-visibility. You can also go to Turtle Town or to La Perouse Bay.
If you're not completely ready for scuba diving, but you want more than snorkeling can offer you, Snuba is the solution. With Snuba you can dive deep without a tank on your back. Tubes run up to your tank, which floats on the surface and follows you as you explore.
Humpback whales are famous for their surface activity. Watching them breach is one of the more exciting natural experiences you're likely to observe. With a whale watch, you can sail beside these huge and graceful animals.