Pacific Whale Foundation - Ultimate Whale Watch
Come aboard the Ocean Explorer enjoy a whale watch cruise with Pacific Whale Foundation’s researchers and marine naturalist on board. With just 38 passengers on board and open air seating, you’ll have panoramic views of the humpback whales and the opportunity to interact with the marine naturalists and researchers on board.
Whale sightings are guaranteed. If you do not see whales, you will get a free ticket for one of Pacific Whale Foundation's classic whale watches.
- Whale watching cruise with guaranteed sightings (or go again free)
- Expert narration by Pacific Whale Foundation's certified marine naturalists
- Hydrophone for listening to the whales as they communicate
- Lunch: Fresh island fruit, grilled chicken or vegetable wraps, potato salad, Maui style chips, Chocolate chip cookies
- Unlimited water, juices and sodas available on board
- Adults age 21+ may enjoy 2 complimentary alcoholic drinks (e.g. Maui Brewery Company beer and wine)
- Downloadable selection of 30 favorite whale photos of Pacific Whale Foundation’s research team
- Full color marine wildlife poster
Maui Whale Watch Tour
Great Photo Opportunities
- Where and When:
- Tour time: 10:30 am - 1:30 pm
Check in 45 minutes prior to departure at Pacific Whale Foundation's Ocean Store at the Ma'alaea Harbor Shops, which shares a parking lot with Maui Ocean Center, located at 300 Ma'alaea Road, Wailuku, HI 96793. Parking is free.
- There are no specific restrictions for this activity.
Wheelchairs: This vessel is NOT wheelchair accessible.
- Special Notes:
- Light cover up, comfortable attire; low-heeled shoes recommended.
- Operation Days:
- Operates on Wednesdays from January 2 - March 27
- 3 hours
- Pacific Whale Foundation
- 38 passengers
- The Ocean Explorer is a 54-foot single deck catamaran and offers the perfect small group platform for whale watching and photography. With only 38 aboard and open air seating, you'll have unobstructed viewing of the humpback whales and the opportunity to interact with the naturalists and researcher on board. The vessel is equipped with his/hers bathrooms. Vessel may be exchanged due to scheduling or routine/unexpected maintenance if needed.