Snorkeling West Maui

What a beautiful Saturday! I took a friend/client on a snorkel excursion. From Kaanapali we beach loaded aboard Teralani 2 and set off on our morning snorkel cruise. It was such a crystal clear morning…the water like glass. I’ve gone snorkeling many times and been to almost every snorkel spot that excursions normally go…I’ve always enjoyed getting into the water. As usual we motored north towards Kapalua and in just a short journey we entered into a cove that I had never snorkeled before. What an amazing surprise in store for me, the “local girl”. We anchored at Namalu Bay also known by many as the “Cliff House” located just north of Kapalua Bay and less frequented by the public. The surrounding lava formed bluffs are amazing! We could not wait to enter the water and see what was lurking below. Wow, what a site, the coral was beautiful to see! The Green Sea Turtles, the Hawaiian “Honu”, was spotted immediately. There was an abundance of beautiful tropical fish of all sorts. This spot made my day!
Our second snorkel site was Honolua Bay, part of the Mokuleia Marine Life Conservation District. As always it is such a beautiful snorkel spot, filled with amazing wonder beneath the water.

Our day on the ocean with Teralani catamaran and the wonderful crew was spectacular! Thank you Teralani!

Teralani 2 and Teralani 3 are the newest and largest sailing catamarans in Kaanapali. Each boat was designed and built for the comfort and safety. Both vessels are 65’ x 35’ and can easily accommodate 125 passengers, but the maximum they ever take is 49. Teralani 2 and Teralani 3 each have two restrooms, fresh water showers, outside and inside seating with tables and a covered salon and bar. Both custom built catamarans are U.S. Coast Guard certified and maintained to the highest standards.

A great group activity!

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