From today until February 1st, Maui Magic is currently in Dry Dock. CLICK HERE for info.
Dry Dock Alert Maui Magic
From today until February 1st, 2016, the Maui Magic is unavailable for tours while she is in for her routine Dry Dock on the Island of Oahu.
Every two years, we take her out of the water to do a complete maintenance and make improvements. Should you wish to take a snorkel trip during these dates, we recommend that you check-out our other vessel, THE FOUR WINDS II.
The Four Winds II is spacious catamaran, with a glass bottom viewing room and lots of shaded cabin area, which makes it an ideal boat for couples, and families with children. Although she does not offer a Dolphin Search, or visits the exact locations as The Maui Magic, The Four Winds II does snorkel at Molokini (weather and conditions permitting) and also Coral Gardens. Known as "Maui's Family Fun Boat", the Four Winds II delivers a great time, delicious food, boasts a fantastic crew and provides you with awesome snorkeling!
Often called "Red Hill", because of the redish-color of the dirt that covers this volcanic cinder cone. Located on Maui's Southern-end, this cinder cone formed when the last eruption of Maui's famed mountain "Haleakala" occurred. In the panoramic view you will see Molokini to the left in the distance and the long stretch of sand to the right is the famed Big Beach of Makena.
Panoramic of the South Maui Resorts
Viewing Maui, from the ocean, gives you a truly different and unique perspective on the island. In this panoramic view you can see from Sugar Beach and all of Kihei to Wailea.
Panoramic of Makena to Molokini
Sweeping vistas aboard the Maui Magic are just some of what makes our trip incredible. In this panoramic view you will see Makena and Red Hill all the way out to Molokini and beyond.
Panoramic of theKanaio Coast
Passing La Perouse Bay the Maui Magic's unique design gives her the ability to cruise the Kanaio Coast and treats lucky passengers to an awesome spectacle of the power of nature and the rugged lava formations that provide a glimpse back into Maui's volcanic beginnings.