SAILING IN LAHAINA
If you want to have a relaxing and fun time on the water then you should try Sailing in Lahaina. Maui’s beautiful coastline is a view that can only be seen on the water. With tall mountains covered in vibrant green foliage and the expansive Pacific Ocean on the other side, it ranks as one of the best in the world. It’s beautiful any time of the day. The beautiful vistas of the ocean and the West Maui mountains will surely amaze you. Having the West Maui mountains in the backdrop and the wide expanse of the Pacific Ocean as the foreground will make for a sight that will last a lifetime. In the distance, you can also see the neighboring islands of Kaho’olawe, Lanai, and Molokai.
You can go for the sunset sail tours here. Get a chance to experience the world-famous Maui sunset. Watch the brightness of the day turn into inky orange and red and the afternoon winds die down to a gentle breeze and the heat of the day mellows down to a crisp coolness. The heavy waves slow down to a peaceful lull. If you’re lucky you might be able to see the green flash as the sun sets behind the ocean.
The Sailing in Lahaina is more intimate than the others in the other regions of Maui. They only carry about 18 or 22 passengers so it will not be too crowded. Experience the trade winds caressing you and watch the majestic views of Lahaina Town with its seawall, historic colorful buildings from the water and the West Maui mountains. You will be riding a 50 foot Santa Cruz sailing yacht that is both comfortable and fast. The experienced crew will take you on a voyage from Lahaina to the Au’Au channel between Maui and Lanai. They will then sail north to Kaanapali. During the winter months, you will also be able to see whales.
Here is a list of the different options for Sailing in Lahaina.
Jeremy Stice is the Author of the Maui Real Estate Guidebook.
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