LUNCH SAIL “WITH THE WHALES”, LAHAINA

Trip Details

Afternoons on the clear deep blue coastal waters offers views of Maui at her best under normal circumstances, but during whale season it is an extraordinary experience.

Each year these magnificent creatures migrate south from Alaska where our warm, relatively shallow and protected waters make an ideal location for the humpbacks to mate and give birth to their calves. These whales are known for their acrobatics, and are often seen fully breaching out of the ocean! Explore the inner island channel on a 2.5 hour whale watch aboard our Gold Coast catamaran ‘Alihilani as we share this time with the humpback whales

This seasonal whale watch embarks from Lahaina Harbor. Enjoy a FULL Gourmet lunch better than any restaurant could offer on land as you join the captain and crew in keeping a look out for tail-slaps, spouts and breaches.
 

  •  Adults $90.00 
  •  Children $63.00 
  • Infants free

Departure from Lahaina Harbor

  • Departure: 1:00pm – 3:30pm, 7 days a week
  • December 15 to March 31

Check In Times:

  • Check-In 12:30pm at Lahaina Harbor public loading dock

Menu:

  • Hawaiian rolls with sweet butter & guava cream cheese
  • Ube banana loaf
  • Aloha rainbow salad (GF|V)
  • House made Huli Huli Chicken & vegetable** (GF)
  • Molokai potato mac salad (V)

** GF/Vegan/Veg Option Available Upon Request (at time of booking): Beyond Meat Stir Fry, Huli Sauce, Molokai Sweet Potato & Bok Choy

Drinks:

  • Beverages: water, coke, diet coke, sprite, ginger ale, soda
  • Bar: Beach House Brew Co. beers, white wine, sparkling wine, mai tais

Trip Includes:

  • Snorkel gear & flotation
  • Reef-safe sunscreen

More Info

  • This trip is limited to 25 passengers
  • 24-hour cancellation policy on all tours
  • More questions? Check out our FAQ or get in touch!

**Sail Maui is temporarily waiving our 24-hour cancellation policy in light of COVID-19. Guests may reschedule or cancel up until the time of departure with a full refund should anyone in their party have symptoms or recent exposure.