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March 25, 2005
Perhaps I was spoilt by the water in Southeast Asia, as I did not find the snorkeling at Molokini too impressive. There were some beautiful fishes and carols, but they were far from spectacular. The boat took us to a second snorkeling site where I saw several sea turtles. They were resting at the bottom of the sea at first, and some travelers grew disinterested and went back to the boat. I stayed in the water, and my patience paid off. Several sea turtles ascended to the surface to breathe and swim around. At one point, I was so close to one sea turtle that I almost bumped into it. Seeing these gentle creatures made my day.
From journal Maui My Way
February 6, 2003
They pick you up on Lahaina harbor, feed you home-made cinnamon rolls and then sail to Lanai for snorkeling. They have bottled water that you can refill and pineapple and guava juice and of course, softdrinks on board. They give you gears and gadgets for snorkeling and give you a crash course in snorkeling.
They then sail to Lanai and feed you lunch. A van tour to the small town of Lanai follows. After that, there's a relaxing hour or two on Hulopo'e beach in Lanai where they serve refreshments and snacks. You can even use the hammocks on the beach! Then they serve you dinner on a cottage overlooking the Manele Bay and they'll give you motion sickness pills too!
Then they sail without the motor and just let the wind take you home while serving you champagne as the sun sets. It was sooo romantic. Overall, this experience it the best of all the things we did in Maui and we will do it again when we come back!
From journal Wonderful Boat Experience