After we decided to go snorkeling at Molokini, we had a multitude of options from which to choose. Did we want to go on a sailboat or a power boat? Did we want a BBQ lunch or a deli lunch? Did we want a large, medium, or small boat? This is where Maui Revealed really came in handy. They had reviewed a bunch of these snorkeling boats and provided a concise summary of the ones they liked the best. Based on their review, we decided to go on the Paragon, a medium-sized sailboat. It was a great decision!
The ride to and from Molokini was almost as enjoyable as the actual snorkeling. It was fun to watch the crew members sail -- you could tell they really enjoyed what they did. It was smooth sailing (no pun intended) from the island to Molokini. There is a trampoline at the front of the boat that you can sit on and get water splashing up at you -- which was nicer on the ride back than the ride there. There was a light continental breakfast available, as well as a deli lunch that you could eat either before or after you snorkeled.
On the way back, the crew was more than happy to assist us in spotting whales and other sea creatures that we otherwise would have missed. I was disappointed when we had to disembark. Definitely one of the highlights of the trips -- both the sailing and the snorkeling.
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