Yes, there is paid parking near the boat which requires a smart phone to scan a QR code to pay. There is also paid parking in front of Maui Ocean Center the cost is $2.00/hour and $5.00/8 hours. You will want to pay for 6 hours to make sure you have plenty of time. (Rates subject to change at any time)
Check-in time is at 6:45 am at Slip 82, South Ferry Dock, 101 Maalaea Road, Wailuku, HI, 96763
Our power catamaran is built with three decks of fun. When the boat is moving forward, the twin hulls cut through the water, so the catamaran rides on top of the sea-surface winds. This leads to a comfortable, smooth trip for you and your group.
Two of the decks are completely covered to provide ample shade, but both ends are open to the sea air. The huge, tinted windows along both the port and starboard sides ensure that you always have a good view of the great Pacific beyond the railings.
Absolutely! The crew will patiently instruct you in the use of our snorkel gear. In addition to the essential mask, fins, and snorkel sets, we also offer prescription masks and comfortable flotation devices for your use.
Yes – If you don’t want to snorkel or swim, Calypso has a glass bottom in one section of the boat, so you can watch your friends watch the fish. And if you decide to join them later for your own snorkeling experience, reaching the water is simple.
We recommend that you wear your bathing suit under your regular clothes and bring a towel, waterproof camera, sunscreen, a hat, and cash if you would like to tip the crew.
For breakfast, we have muffins, pastries, and assorted fruit and hot breakfast that includes eggs and sausage. For lunch, we have a deli sandwiches (Roast Beef, Ham, Turkey, Chicken) and pulled pork sandwich with BBQ sauce, coleslaw, chips, and a cookie. Sodas, water, and juice are available anytime.
Yes, vegetarian options are available. Let us know of any dietary restrictions in the “Special Requirements” box at checkout. Also, be sure to call us at the phone number on your ticket at least 24 hours prior to your sailing for confirmation.
Yes, there are three restrooms on board for your convenience. There are also freshwater showers to rinse off once you are done swimming/snorkeling.
The policies on sanitization are: hand sanitizer is available to travelers and staff, high-traffic areas are regularly sanitized, and gear and equipment is sanitized between use.
The policies on staff health & safety are: Guides required to regularly wash hands and regular temperature checks for staff.