Four Winds Molokini Maui Snorkel Tour

Four Winds Molokini Maui Snorkel Tour – See Awe-Inspiring Marine Life While Enjoying Great Views
The Bottom Line:

For an exciting boat tour to remember, set sail with Four Winds Molokini Snorkel Tour. Their family-friendly trips depart from Wailuku in the morning and afternoon, so you can have fun in the sun all day.  A glass-bottom viewing room and waterslide add to the magic, as does all the delicious food and drinks.

- The Local Expert Team

When you want to see all the wonders of the ocean, just look to Four Winds Molokini Snorkel Tour for the trip of a lifetime. Their exciting boat tours always start out at Wailuku before jetting you off to exciting locales, like Molokini and Lanai.

The crew uses their in-depth knowledge of all the top snorkeling spots to treat you to glorious sights on every trip. On top of that, they offer fun for the whole family, even allowing the littlest adventurers to come along for the ride.

All their tours center around a ride on their unique 55-foot catamaran equipped with a shaded upper deck, water slide, and glass-bottom viewing room. Dubbed Four Winds II, this boat lets you see all the creatures moving beneath the waves well before you get your feet wet.

If you prefer to keep it all a surprise until you hit the water, just lounge on the open sun deck, under the shaded upper canopy, or even in the cabin. Either way, on the morning tour, you’ll get to enjoy a luxurious meal while on the water plus your beverages of choice. Alcoholic beverages are only available after finishing all the snorkeling for the day, however.

Once you arrive on site, your experienced instructors will get you set up with your gear of choice. You’ll then get to follow them over to all the most interesting sights. After you get your fill, you’ll get to enjoy blasting into the water over and over again on the waterslide. Once you’re done swimming around, you’ll get a BBQ lunch and drinks to restore all the energy expended on your explorations.

Don’t miss the chance to go on:

Coral Gardens
When nothing else will do but a long, leisurely swim with the turtles, sign up for the Coral Gardens experience. This 3.5-hour trip lets you spend the afternoon snorkeling to your heart’s content. Then, you can have a hot BBQ lunch and all the drinks you’d like while enjoying the gorgeous views all around.

Molokini Crater
For a look at the diverse marine life in Maui’s waters, set your sights on the Molokini Crater trip. This five-hour excursion starts with a tropical breakfast while jetting to the crater. Then, you’ll spend hours in the water looking at all the sights before finishing up with a BBQ lunch and drinks.

Whale Watch
Mid-December through the end of March is whale season – and their appearance is a must-see Maui experience. To get a glimpse at these incredible animals, book your Whale Watch tour well in advance of your winter trip. Want to see it all in one whirlwind journey? Pair the whale watching with snorkeling for a full day of fun and adventure.

For an even deeper dive into the ocean wonders, go for the SNUBA upgrade. A mix of snorkeling and scuba, this experience lets you explore up to 10 feet below the surface and see all the magic up close. Your instructors will let your comfort level lead the way, so you’re always sure to have a fantastic time. You’ll need to give them a heads up if you want to go this route, so they’ll have everything prepared for your underwater journey. So, just give them a call to book your SNUBA experience, and then get ready for a memorable trip.  

Insider Tips:
-Although you can bring your own life vests and snorkel gear, the team happily provides all you need. They have limited room on the boat, so plan to pack light. You only need items you’d take to the beach, like a swimsuit, towel, and non-aerosol reef-safe sunblock.
-Remember your picture ID if you’d like to enjoy alcohol on your trip plus cash for your wetsuit rentals, parking fees, and tips. Leave all your jewelry and other valuables in your hotel safe. 
-Strollers are not allowed on the boat, but you can bring a car seat and carrier if you wish.
-Save money and time by parking in the public lot before the harbor instead of going over to the Pierce parking lot.