Molokini Boat Comparison
We thought it would be helpful to share some of the more important characteristics that influence your decison when booking a boat charter to Molokini Crater off the south coast of Maui, Hawaii.
Molokini Charter Comparison
We include: departure point distance and time, type of boat, size of boat, max guests on board, prices, times and duration of trips, and special details like open bar and naturalist on board. Keep in mind, this is updated as of the date below:
UPDATED LAST ON OCTOBER 8TH, 2021
Visit Specific Molokini Charters
We’ve listed a number of Molokini Snorkeling Charters available below.
If you’ve ever snorkeled at Molokini, you’ll know why it’s considered world-class. We’ve personally been snorkeling off the shore from Maui thousands of times. We’ve also been snorkeling at Molokini Crater close to 100 times. If we had the choice, it’s always gonna be Molokini.
Snorkeling from the shore is great, but the safety and clarity on the inside of Molokini’s Crater is unparalleled. Plus, it’s fun to be on a boat. A bonus is whale watching in season, along with occassional dolphins playing in our wake.
There are plenty of boats to choose from, so make sure you choose the best Maui snorkeling tour for you and your family!
Lana’i Island from Lahaina
Molokini isn’t the only place to go with great snorkeling! Those staying closer to Lahaina should consider a trip to the nearby island of Lana’i (the Pineapple Isle.) The snorkeling around this seldom-visited island is spectacular.
If you still have your heart on visiting Molokini, and you’re staying near Lahaina, consider driving to Maalaea Harbor (20+ minutes.) Some boats do go to Molokini from Lahaina, but it’s a very long trip.