Sunset Whale Watches Daily from December 15th – April 15th
|Dec. 15th – Feb. 14th Daily*||4:00 – 6:00 pm||Check in 3:30 pm|
|Feb. 15 – April 15 Daily*||4:30 – 6:30 pm||Check in 4:00 pm|
On Maui everything seems to stand still for sunset. What better way to see Maui at sunset than from the deck of Queen’s Treasure, sipping a cool refreshing drink as you watch the sun set slowly into the sea. The perfect ending to another day on Maui.
Cruising through Maui’s deep blue waters as you dine on pupu’s (appetizers) with the perfect backdrop of a Maui sunset you’ll see why visitors come back to the islands again and again to experience the beauty of the Hawaiian Islands.
Vegetable crudité, assorted domestic and imported cheeses and crackers, antipasto platter (salami, pepperocini, baby artichokes and olives), assorted rolls (spinach, tuna and chicken salad), pineapple stuffed meatballs with teriyaki glaze and chocolate dipped strawberries & pineapple.
Pepsi, Diet Pepsi, Ginger Ale, Lemon-lime soda, Passion Orange Guava Juice, Lemonade, Pineapple Juice, Cranberry Juice, Iced Tea and Water.
Mai Tais, Vodka, Rum, Gin, Whiskey, Kona Longboard Beer on tap, Michelob Ultra Light Beer on tap, White Wine & Champagne. (Adult Premium includes open bar – ages 21 and up. Valid ID required.)
• Sunscreen! – The sun is a lot more intense because Maui is close to the Equator
• Camera with a waterproof case or bag in case there is some sea spray
• Light cover up for those who are sensitive to the sun (there are plenty of shade areas on the boat)
• Light jacket or sweater for those who tend to get a little chilly
• For guests 21 and older that will be having alcoholic beverages must bring a valid photo id.
• A spirit for fun and adventure!!
A friendly, safe and knowledgeable crew that will treat you as part of our ohana (family).
This is a sailing catamaran so there is a chance for the occasional splash! Wear something that you are comfortable in that you won’t mind getting a little sea spray on. Also, ladies, it can get a bit breezy, so unless it is a long skirt we would highly recommend Capri’s, shorts or pants that can be rolled up to your knees. Guys if you choose to wear long pants please make sure they can be rolled up to your knees.
All trips are barefoot cruises! The crew will collect your shoes prior to boarding the vessel. They will return them to you on the beach after the trip.
Queen’s Treasure was specifically designed and built for beach boarding which means that the vessel pulls up onto the beach at the waterline/surf line. Guests may at times have to wade in water up to their knees to reach the boarding ladder.
Check in is on the beach in front of the Hula Grill Restaurant, which is in the Whalers Village Shopping Center in Kaanapali. See Check In times ABOVE.