Big Island: 3 Hour Waikoloa Snorkeling & Sailing Adventure
- Embark on an adventure to see some of Hawaii's most beautiful marine life
- Take in the pristine beauty of the Waikoloa and Kohala-Kona coastline
- Snorkel in the warm Hawaiian waters
Explore parts of the Big Island Kona coast on the Waikoloa and Kohala-Kona coastline aboard a 54-foot sailing catamaran. Dolphins, green sea turtles and seasonal whales are some of the creatures that can be seen. Board from Anaehoomalu Bay to snorkel, sail, enjoy and relax. The custom-designed sunset-orange and maile lei sail is a stunning contrast to the azure Pacific as it sails along the blue Pacific ocean. Itineraries include morning and afternoon snorkel sails, and sunset cruises.
The beautiful 53-foot (16-m), custom-built catamaran offers a smooth, comfortable, and relaxing ride. There is onboard bar, plenty of shade, 2 restrooms, ample seating both indoors and outside, fresh-water shower rinse, and a sound system. Lifeguard-certified, in-water guides are there for your service and comfort.
During whale season December through April, majestic humpbacks are likely to be spotted. Snacks and beverages served aboard.
- Snorkel-gear provided and in-water assistance available
- Dry Snacks and beverages served aboard.
- Unlimited non-alcohol beverages.
- Two bar drink tickets per adult that can be used for $1 beer or $2 wine
- Gratuities not included
Prepare for the activity
Directions to A-Bay: Vessels depart from Anaehoomalu Bay at the Waikoloa Beach Resort. If driving, set your GPS to "69-1081 Kuualii Place Waikoloa, Hawaii 96738". This will take you toward the A-Bay beach and the Lava Lava Beach Club. Park at the A-Bay Beach Park parking lot, and walk along the beach toward the middle. Look for our orange Hawaii Nautical check-in banner near the two prominent coconut trees. You will be collected there in an catamaran tender. Anaehoomalu Bay: A- Bay Big Island - Turn off Highway 19 toward the ocean at Waikaloa Dr, When you enter village, you will pass Queen's Marketplace on your left. Before reaching the Marriott Hotel, turn left at the intersection opposite the Kings Shops, onto Kuualil Place. Follow until you see the public parking lot and walk to the beach then you will see 2 coconut trees. When you look between the 2 coconut trees, you will then see Makai.Open in Google Maps ⟶