Kai Kanani now has GoPro4 Silver Edition cameras for rent on-board all snorkel tours! There is simply no better way to capture your adventures than with a GoPro. Whether you want photos, videos, or both you get to take the 16GB MicroSD card home with you! Maui is blessed with world-class snorkeling with some of the clearest water on earth, an abundance of beautiful underwater life, and over 200 vibrant species of fish. At the world-famous Molokini Crater, it is not uncommon to see octopus, large trevally, white-tip reef sharks, and more....
You’ve booked your ticket. Now it’s time to amp up the excitement and gather up everything you need.
Remember your sunscreen!
The sun is quite intense at this latitude, even on cloudy days! Apply sunscreen at least 15 minutes before you enter the water to let it soak in. Reapply after drying off. Remember to use a rub on, reef safe sunscreen that does not contain Oxybenzone. Also, try to stay away from the spray sunscreens which tend to leave streaks and make a mess on the boat and in the water.
We have some exciting November updates for Kai Kanani Sailing Charters
SUNSET SAIL TIME CHANGE
Even though we don’t have daylight savings time here in Hawaii, the sun is setting earlier which means it’s time to change the time of our Sunset Cruise. As of Monday, November 2, 2015 the sunset time is as follows.
Check In: 3:30
#KAICAPISCHE – FARM TO TABLE SUNSET CRUISE
Saturday, November 21st The Market Maui by Capische? will host a 5 course sampling of locally sourced Farm to Table...
8:30 AM We have just finished checking in for the Molokini Deluxe snorkel trip and we are excited for a fun day on the water. It’s fall break here in Maui which means we have local school kids aboard, so we know it will be an extra fun day.
9:00 AM Terrin greets us all on the beach and tells us a little about the best way to board Kai Kanani 2. The boat slowly pulls up to the beach and crew members Tim and Diana greet us and help us onto the deck.
9:15 We are settled on the boat, but before we go Captain Anthony greets us and...
Recently, many people have been asking why there is so much broken coral on our usually smooth sandy beaches here in Maui. The answer comes from a domino effect of ocean conditions that includes weather, water temperature, and waves.
Perhaps you’ve read or heard about coral bleaching in many parts of the world. Coral bleaching occurs when a small rise in water temperature stresses corals. Recent coral bleaching is caused by an increase of water temperature triggered by El Niño. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric...