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Lahaina Cruise Company

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1036 Limahana Pl Ste 3E, Lahaina, Maui, HI 96761-1592
+1 808-667-9266
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$99.95*
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Lanai Island Dolphin and Snorkel Cruise from Maui
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$99.95*
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Maui Sunset Dinner Cruise
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$200.98*
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Hawaii Ocean Project hosts whale watches and other exciting excursions aboard the Maui Princess, the Molokai Princess, the Lahaina Princess, the Prince Kuhio, and the Kaulana. Our vessels are large, stable, and comfortable, and they offer the best viewing available. Trained naturalists on board share their knowledge of the West Maui marine environment. Whether you prefer a guided day trip around the exotic island of Molokai, A snorkel tour of Molokini, following a pod of Dolphins around Lanai, or a sunset dinner cruise of the coast of West Maui, Hawaii Ocean Project can accommodate you with your Maui Ocean Activity. Our Mission is to provide you with the finest Maui Ocean Activities available. Not only do we offer the finest Dinner cruises on Maui and ocean tours off the coast of West Maui, as well as excursions to Maui's neighboring islands, we are proud our services promote and support marine research and promote the education of Hawaii's marine eco system.
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  • Average10%
  • Poor8%
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1036 Limahana Pl Ste 3E, Lahaina, Maui, HI 96761-1592
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Reviewed August 18, 2016 via mobile

Crew on board were friendly and there were some interesting fish whilst snorkelling, breakfast was adequate and lunch was poor (as it wasn't a bbq lunch like the brochure said) the boat was old and had no fans or anything to keep passengers cool and...More

Thank hollistreatfields
Reviewed August 2, 2016 via mobile

These boats have black smoke coming out the back of them the whole time. They are old and dirty. I understand boats do pollute the ocean anyways but come on that's disgusting for the ocean and the air. Buy a new boat already.

Thank nessyknight
Reviewed June 25, 2016

I took this ferry and tour with my parents around 2012 and am looking forward to taking my husband in a couple of weeks. This is a very quiet island with proud, private people. If you learn the incredibly sad but also beautiful history of...More

Thank Michelle W
Reviewed June 7, 2016 via mobile

The staff were all very nice & efficient. There were plenty of continental breakfast items- muffins & fruit. The lunch was "do yourself" sandwiches with all the fixings. There was a Mac salad & chips. There was plenty of water & soda. Nothing to complain...More

Thank travelwhere
Reviewed May 31, 2016 via mobile

We were disappointed by the snorkelling and what we were able to see on this trip.it was nice to get on the water but we have snorkelled in Thailand waters and saw very little fish in the deep waters we were dropped to.There was one...More

Thank Janine45
Reviewed April 28, 2016

We took the Molokai Ali'i tour. The trip over on the ferry was pleasant. We met our guides and boarded the air conditioned van. The trip to the museum was interesting, but we could only overlook the settlement at Kalaupapa. There were three van loads...More

1  Thank Connie B
Reviewed March 26, 2016

I've seen the not-so-great reviews of this tour but went anyway since I really wanted to see Molokai. The ferry ride over was terrific - we saw a huge pod of dolphins and quite a few whales on the way. You get muffins and fresh...More

1  Thank Laurenantics
Reviewed March 7, 2016 via mobile

We took a 7:30 whale watching tour. Boat was old and seemed fairly rundown. Crew was friendly and nice. Boat holds close to 150 people but our 7:30 tour had less than 50. I can't imagine being on this boat at capacity.

Thank cj505
Reviewed January 28, 2016

We went to the Molokini snorkeling trip. 4 stars, only because of the crew. The crew was very helpful while taking care of us during the trip. They gave us tips for snorkeling and took us to both the spots. The boat is kind of...More

Thank sam_bagai
Reviewed January 6, 2016

Within my experience skip the boat ride over to Molokai and take a plane to Molokai. within the tour experience I do recommend the tour on Molokai especially taking the small and intimate van ride with two guides and the four passenger option. Within my...More

1  Thank 841brooklyn05
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cladrido
January 26, 2015|
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Response from hawaiioceanproject | Property representative |
Aloha cladrido! Yes, we offer a courtesy bus service for our guests. Whether you're staying in West or South Maui, we will pick you up from many of the resorts. You can check out our courtesy bus schedule under Tours on the... More
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