Maui: We booked the ship's Snorkel at Molokini, which was great. We got off the tender, and the boat we went on was right there at the pier. They had all the snorkel equipment onboard, and passed it out on the way to Molokini. They had noodles, vests and float belts you could grab on your way off the boat if you wanted. It took almost an hour to get there. They had fruit, pastries, juice and coffee for us on the way. The snorkeling was great, with many varieties of fish closer to the crater in the coral. (Watch out for the coral!) The crew was very good with the people that did not snorkel before or were timid. They also had 3 of the crew out swimming with the experienced snorkelers. The water was about 75 degrees F. They had wet suits available for $10 cash, but no one needed them. On the way back they had trays of cold cuts and cheese to make your own sandwiches, and salads, chips, etc. Then we stopped in an area where the sea turtles were, and the fish that "clean" them. We snorkeled again there, with the turtles, & also saw a shark.
We got back to Lahiana with a couple hours to wander around and shop and have a cold one.
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