Check out a typical crossing aboard one of our Super Rafts.
This video was taken pretty recently on our Lanai Snorkel and Dolphin Search tour.
Lahaina to Manele
This video was taken while cruising through the Auau channel crossing from Lahaina Harbor on Maui to Manele Boat Harbor on Lanai.
Maui Adventure Cruises offers a variety of cruises that allow visitors to explore the island of Maui. Our tours include snorkeling West Maui, snorkeling Lanai, whale watching, and private charters. Maui Adventure Cruises also offers private charter cruises for groups of up to six people. All of the company’s cruises are led by experienced guides who are familiar with the island’s history and culture.
Maui Adventure Cruises – A Great Way to See Maui
Notice the small group size for more personal attention and some of the stunning sea cliffs and caves once you get to Lanai. This is truly a unique Maui experience, something most visitors don’t get to do! Call us at (808) 661-5550.
About the Pineapple Isle
Nestled in the azure waters of the Pacific Ocean lies Lanai – a mere 140.5 square miles in size, but bursting with a rich history and culture that sets it apart from its neighboring islands. With a population of just over 3,000 residents, this quaint isle has earned its nickname of “The Pineapple Isle”, after its once booming agricultural industry which made it the world’s largest pineapple exporter. Many of its inhabitants are descendants of former plantation workers and they continue to possess a unique friendliness that is as sweet as the tropical fruit they once grew.
Lanai City, situated three miles away from the island’s airport, was originally built with purpose to house these agricultural workers in the early 1900s. It is here where you will find an array of stores carrying locally crafted goods, art galleries, cafes, grocery stores reminiscent of bygone eras, and more than a few eateries for you to choose from. If you’re lucky enough to visit this remarkable town on your travels, don’t be surprised if you’re greeted with friendly smiles and waves – it is customary for locals here to ‘talk story’, after all!