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Catamaran Snorkel & Sail

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Catamaran Snorkel Sail from Anaehoomalu Bay

Morning 9:00 am-Noon

The iconic Hilton Spirit of Aloha provides the ultimate in sailing comfort and snorkeling fun.

Choose from morning or afternoon snorkel sail excursions, where guests are likely to see dolphins, sea turtles and other marine life. During whale season, December through April, majestic humpbacks are likely to be spotted.

Snacks and beverages served aboard. A large vessel that is safe for all ages, conveniences include on-board freshwater shower, restrooms, plenty of shade and ample seating. Snorkel fins and vest and in-water assistance from expert crew are included. Buy or bring your snorkel and mask, or sanitized, re-usable sets are available as a backup.

Cruise includes picnic lunch, unlimited nonalcoholic beverages, and 2 free bar drinks per adult.

Boarding Details: Vessels depart from Anaehoomalu Bay at the Waikoloa Beach Resort. Be at the check-in flag on the beach 20 minutes prior to trip. If driving, set your GPS to “69-1081 Kuualii Place, Waikoloa, HI 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 sign near the two prominent coconut trees. We will come get you there in our catamaran tender. When boarding at A-Bay, it is a beach-loading process with transfer from a tender-boat, with barefoot entry that takes a few steps near shore from the beach. Come in casual clothing that may come in contact with water.

Attire: Your adventure begins from the beautiful sandy beach at A-Bay. Come in shoes that you don’t mind getting sandy, and are easy-to-remove for beach-ramp boarding. Casual clothing is recommended for all trips. On snorkel trips we suggest wearing swim trunks and a t-shirt for men, and a swimsuit under shorts or wraps for ladies. There are shaded, covered and dry areas of this boat, and also optional areas such as the front nets where you can enjoy sea spray and more wind. Restrooms for changing are aboard the catamaran.