5 Activity Rating
5 Crew Rating
Being on the upper deck and way up front, it was hard to hear when the captain spoke. We could hear the guide pretty well.
Whales have returned to Hawaiian waters for the Winter! Whale watching is one of the most popular activities on the Hawaiian Islands. More than 10,000 endangered humpback whales (Megaptera novaeangliae) migrate from the cold waters of Alaska each year to mate and calve in tropical Hawaiian waters between December and April.During their annual sojourn here, these whales exhibit many interesting and acrobatic behaviors that can easily be seen and enjoyed from the numerous whale watch tours available throughout the Hawaiian Islands. The name humpback describes the motion it makes as it arches its back out of the water in preparation for a dive.
This Sighting Guarantee assures youll see whales on this tour, if not the first time, then on your 2nd, free tour. (Offer limited to Whaleboat tours from January 1st March 30th)
Expect an exciting whale watch adventure for two hours along the spectacular coastline off Lahaina. Our vessels are in constant radio contact to bring you to the sites of the most thrilling whale activity. Our state of the art underwater and above water video equipment provides incredible viewing opportunities.
Expert whale narration conducted by experienced and professional captain and crew
Underwater whale-cam (video camera) and hydro-phone subject to water conditions and whale proximity
Beverages and snacks available
Japanese translation available
On-board gift shop
Location: Departs from Lahaina Harbor
Duration: ALL Tours are 2 hours
Early Bird: 7:00am Daily
Day Cruise: 9:15am, 11:30am & 1:45pm Daily
Late Bird: 4:15pm Mon-Fri
Schedule: Daily, December through April
Children: 6 and Under FREE. 7-12 pay reduced rate.
What to Bring: Hat and sunglasses, sunscreen, sweatshirt or light jacket (for late day cruises).
Want to Take Photos? Bring along ASA 200 (or 400) film; a 80-200 mm zoom lens is helpful.