Teralani Snorkel luxurious 65 foot sailing catamarans

Luxurious 65 foot sailing catamarans with a covered salon and an open bar

Teralani Snorkel departs from Kaanapali Beach

Depart directly from the beach at Kaanapali

Teralani Snorkel pristine snorkel site

Snorkel in pristine waters on the coast of West Maui

Teralani Snorkel panoramic view of the West Maui Mountains

Panoramic views of the West Maui Mountains

Teralani Snorkel Honolua Bay

The experienced captains know where to find the best snorkel spots

Teralani Snorkel lunch and open bar

A delicious buffet lunch and an open bar after the snorkel

Teralani Snorkel open bar

Wine and two ice cold beers on tap, vodka, gin, rum, mixers & mai tais

Teralani Snorkel Honolua Bay

Everything is included - just bring a towel, sunscreen and a smile

Teralani Snorkel relax on the trampoline

Relax in style on the way back to Kaanapali Beach

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Teralani Snorkel Sail charters offers daily tours that depart directly from Kaanapali Beach on one of their beautiful 65′ x 35′ sailing catamarans with a covered salon and bar, indoor and outdoor seating, two spacious restrooms and fresh water showers. The tours are limited to 49 persons (although the capacity is 125)…so there is plenty of room to stretch out and relax.

The experienced captains will take you tothe best snorkeling spots (locations vary depending  on weather and sea conditions).  While you explore the amazing underwater world, the friendly crew prepares your lunch and the tour turns to pure relaxation.  The bar opens and you sit back and enjoy the views as you sail back along the scenic west Maui coast  to Ka‘anapali.

Premium 5 hour Snorkel – Teralani II

Kaanapali’s longest and best-featured snorkel trip takes you to two different sites per trip. Destinations may include Honolua Bay, Lanai, or Olowalu. The captain chooses the spots based upon ocean conditions and the best snorkeling visibility.

Schedule: Monday through Saturday at 9:30am

Tour includes:Breakfast — Maui Mango Muffins, Breakfast Burritos, coffee and juices. Lunch — Shredded Chipotle Chicken in Pita Bread, Vegan Pita Wraps, All Beef Hotdogs (with condiments), potato chips, gourmet chocolate chip cookies and a full open bar including beer, wine, mai tais, etc after snorkeling.

Gear Provided: Snorkel gear

General Information
Schedule: Monday through Saturday

Check In: Kaanapali Beach, directly in front of Leilani’s Restaurant in the Whalers Village Shopping Center

GPS: 2435 Kaanapali Pkwy, Lahaina, HI 96761 Click to view map

Gear Provided: Snorkel gear and floatation devices

What to Bring & Wear: Wear swimsuits and bring a towel and sunscreen.

Restrictions: This activity is not accessible by wheelchair or walker.  This is a barefoot cruise, and participants walk across the sand and sometimes get their feet wet while boarding. Guests 21 and over need to bring a valid photo ID to drink alcoholic beverages.

Vessel: 65 foot Sailing Catamaran

Capacity: 49

Cancellation Policy: Cancellations must be made at least 48 hours before the start of the event.

teralani snorkel sail
Take in the amazing island views
teralani snorkel
Snorkel with the many tropical & colorful fish

CTeralani Snorkel Sailruise Ship Passengers

NCL Pride of America cruise ship passengers who come into Kahului are able to do the 5 hour premier snorkel on their second day in port, but a drive of an hour is required. We recommend that you do a Molokini snorkel tour instead as Maalaea Harbor is much closer to your ship. Lahaina cruise ship passengers can do either Teralani snorkel and a short cab ride of 10 minutes is required.

Activity Tips

Kevin Ditamore – Owner / Manager

Teralani II and III are both beautiful sailboats that are meticulously maintained and offer a quality premium snorkeling experience on Maui’s west side. Capacity on these boats is 49, which is less than half of the people you’ll find on most of the Molokini snorkel tours. People also appreciate the mid-morning check-in times … this is a good choice for people who don’t want to get up at 6am every day on their vacation. In the wintertime Honolua Bay isn’t available as a snorkel destination … winter swells make Honolua Bay a surfer’s paradise but those waves make snorkeling impossible. The water becomes murky and you can’t see a thing. In the wintertime this boat’s destination is the south shore of the West Maui Mountains … the added bonus during this time of year is the numerous whale sightings on the way. The Teralani boats also offer two different Maui sunset sail experiences, one with dinner and one with heavy appetizers. All drinks and food are included with the published rates for the Teralani.

Teralani boats pull right up onto Kaanapali Beach for boarding … you take your shoes off and walk across the sand to get on the boat. You will likely get your feet wet as the first step onboard will either be on wet sand or in a few inches of water (you could even get splashed up to your knees if a wave hits while you are boarding). Occassionally we have someone who just can’t load this way … if that’s the case consider doing a Sunset Dinner Cruise out of Lahaina Harbor instead.