Maui Sunset Cruises
Pride of Maui Sunset Grill Cruise
Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays - Adults $65, Children (ages 3-12) $35, 2 & free
The Pride of Maui has operated a nice sunset cocktail cruise for years; starting in the spring of 2007 they have upgraded their cocktail cruise to a full dinner cruise! The entrees include baby back ribs hot off the grill, chicken breast in a tomato marinara, linguini in garlic white wine sauce, as well as grilled vegetables, fruit, artichoke dip, dessert, and more. The bar has been upgraded with premium wines, blended drinks, and premium spirits for mixed drinks. This is an excellent value in a full dinner cruise!
The Pride of Maui features a spacious downstairs cabin with dancing and live music by internationally recognized and recorded musician Joe Cano. Upstairs is a romantic open-air deck which is great for relaxing and watching the sunset and the twinkling lights from Maui's south coast resorts. This is not a formal dinner cruise where you sit at a table ... the food is served buffet style and guests mingle around the boat while the eat, drink, and dance.
The Pride of Maui Sunset Grill Cruise sails from Maalaea Harbor and is a great option for those staying in South Maui (Kihei and Wailea), or Central Maui. This is also a great way to watch whales in season!
Maui's newest and most luxurious sailing catamaran, the 65' Hula Girl is truly state-of-the-art. From her teak accents and comfortable seating on the foredeck ... to the VIP lounge and hi-tech navigation station on the flybridge ... this multi-million dollar custom catamaran will just make you say "wow." The Hula Girl was conceived as a "step up" from your standard dinner cruise ... the concept is to provide a "high-quality restaurant and bar that sails." This vessel is actually equipped with a full commercial kitchen and drinks and beverages are ordered a la carte off their menu and prepared to order. On sunset cruises appetizers range from $4 to $12 and the most expensive entree is $20. Beverages are $2-3, and cocktails $4-6. The Hula Girl has added a fuel surcharge of $4 per adult and child on all tours.
Hula Girl 2 Hour Sunset Sail - Adults $60, Children (ages 2-12) $55, under 2 free
The focus of this excursion is high tech sailing in West Maui's tradewinds. Beverages, cocktails, appetizers, and lite dinner fare available for purchase. This sail operates on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays
Hula Girl 2.5 Hour Dinner Cruise - Adults $73, Children (ages 2-12) $57, under 2 free
Extended cruise with live music ... in addition to the beverages and appetizers offered on the sunset sail, a variety of entrees are offered for purchase. This sail operates on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays
Note: The Hula Girl departs from Kaanapali Beach; guests take off their shoes and walk through the sand. You will likely get your feet wet (and maybe your ankels and occassionally your knees) when you board the vessel
Teralani Sailing Charters
Teralani Sailing Charters offers two different two different sunset cruises from Kaanapali Beach. Both Teralani 2 and Teralani 3 are beautiful 65' sailing catamarans. Teralani has added a fuel surcharge of $5 per person on all tours.
Dinner Sunset Sail - Teralani II - 2.5 hours
Adults $79, Teens (13-20) $69, Children (3-12) $59, 2 & under free
Kaanapali's only true dinner cruise buffet includes assorted cheeses and crackers, Caesar salad, grilled vegetable ratatouille (egglant, zucchini, tomoato, onion & garlic), baked penne pasta, baked chicken breast in alfredo sauce, grilled ono (fish) in basil garlic pesto, focaccia bread, banana and coconut layered cake, and chocolate cake. Beverages include a full open bar with wine, champagne, micro-brewed beer on tap, Mai Tais, vodka, gin, and rum mixers, assorted soft drinks and tropical juices, etc. Departure varies seasonally; typically the cruise runs from 4:30pm to 7:00pm in the summer and 3:30pm to 6pm in the winter
Original Cocktail Sail - Teralani III - 2 hours
Adults $59, Teens (13-20) $49, Children (3-12) $39, 2 & under free
Teralani's original sunset sail includes appetizers and snacks and a full open bar. The menu includes assorted cheeses and crackers, chips and pretzels, pineapple teriyaki meatballs, spinach rolls, spring rolls, antipasto platter, and vegetable crudite. Beverages include a full open bar with wine, champagne, micro-brewed beer on tap, Mai Tais, vodka, gin, and rum mixers, assorted soft drinks and tropical juices, etc. Departure varies seasonally; typically the cruise runs from 5:00pm to 7:00pm in the summer and 4:00pm to 6:00pm in the winter.
Note: Teralani Sailing departs from Kaanapali Beach; guests take off their shoes and walk through the sand. You will likely get your feet wet (and maybe your ankels and occassionally your knees) when you board the vessel.