In addition to the Kaanapali snorkel tours and sunset cruises listed on this page, see these links for additional Kaanapali options
- For the Westin, Hyatt, and Royal Lahaina Luaus see our West Maui Luau page.
- For UFO and West Maui Parasailing see our Maui Parasailing page.
- For Skyline Kaanapali Zipline tour see our Kaanapali Zipline page.
- For downhill bike tours with Kaanapali pickup see our Downhill Bike Tour page.
- For Hana Tours with Kaanapali hotel pickup see our Hana Tour page.
- For whale watching from Kaanapali Beach see our Whale Watching page.
The Teralani 5 Hour Premium Snorkel is operating now!
Teralani Sailing Charters offers daily snorkel tours from Kaanapali Beach on a beautiful 65' sailing catamarans.
$144.00 per Adult, $122.00 per Teen (13-20), $87.00 per Child (3-12), $75.00 per Infants (under 3) (plus 7.167% Hawaii sales/harbor tax)
Kaanapali's longest and best-featured snorkel trip ... this tour includes a nice breakfast of Maui Mango Muffins, Breakfast Burritos, coffee and juices. Lunch includes Shredded Chipotle Chickenin 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. Snorkel gear is included; destinations include Honolua Bay, Lanai, or Olowalu. The captain chooses the destination based upon the best snorkeling visibility and ocean conditions. This tour is from 9:30am to 2:30pm daily except for Sundays.
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Cruise Ship Clients
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.
Teralani Sunset Sails
The Teralani Dinner Sail and Teralani Cocktail Sail have both resumed operations and are available now!
Teralani Sailing Charters offers two different daily sunset cruise experiences from Kaanapali Beach. Both Teralani 2 and Teralani 3 are beautiful 65' sailing catamarans. Both boats depart from Kaanapali Beach; guests take off their shoes and walk through the sand. You will likely get your feet wet (and maybe your ankels and occassionally your knees) when you board the vessel
$104.00 per Adult, $93.00 per Teen (13-20), $80.00 per Child (3-12), $70.00 per Infants (under 3) (plus 7.167% Hawaii sales/harbor tax)
Teralani's Dinner sail offers true sit-down-at-a table seating on a spacious and comfortable sailing catamaran. Current menu includes Fresh Chips and Fresh Pineapple Salsa, Asian Slaw, Chipotle Citrus Herbed Roasted Chicken, Roasted Molokai Sweet Potato, Garlic butter, Vegan Pita Wrap, and Sliced Fresh Baked Bread with Butter Pats. Dessert is Fudge Brownie Bites and Fresh Pineapple with torched cinnamon. Beverages include a full open bar with wine, champagne, micro-brewed beer on tap, Mai Tais, vodka, gin, and rum mixers, assorted soft drinks and tropical juices, etc. Departure varies seasonally; typically the cruise runs from 4:30pm to 7:00pm in the summer and 3:30pm to 6pm in the winter.
$90.00 per Adult, $80.00 per Teen (13-20), $70.00 per Child (3-12), $55.00 per Infants (under 3) (plus 7.167% Hawaii sales/harbor tax)
Teralani's Holoholo Cocktail sunset sail includes appetizers and snacks and a full open bar. The menu includes assorted cheeses and crackers, chips and pretzels, pineapple teriyaki meatballs, spinach rolls, spring rolls, antipasto platter, and vegetable crudite. Beverages include a full open bar with wine, champagne, micro-brewed beer on tap, Mai Tais, vodka, gin, and rum mixers, assorted soft drinks and tropical juices, etc. Departure varies seasonally; typically the cruise runs from 5:00pm to 7:00pm in the summer and 4:00pm to 6:00pm in the winter.
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Cruise Ship Clients
NCL Pride of America cruise ship passengers who come into Kahului are able to do Teralani sunset cruises but it does require a rental car as the drive to Lahaina takes a little under an hour. For rental cars with cruise ship shuttle pick-up see our rental car page.
Lahaina cruise ship passengers can do this tour on their first day in port with a short cab ride to Kaanapali as long as your tenders are running until 8pm.
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.
These vessels 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 dinner cruise out of Lahaina Harbor instead.