From October 25th through November 15th the Four Winds is in Dry Dock. CLICK HERE for info.
Dry Dock Alert Four Winds Maui
From Sunday, October 25th through Sunday, November 15th, the Four Winds II will be unavailable for tours while she is in for her routine Dry Dock on Oahu.
Every two years, we take her out of the water to do a complete maintenance and make improvements. Should you wish to take a snorkel trip during these dates, we recommend that you check-out our other boat, THE MAUI MAGIC.
If you don’t have children under 5, or need a lot of shade, the Maui Magic is the ideal vessel for your Maui snorkel adventures! Fast and nimble, the Magic actually visits two snorkel sites (Molokini and another that is chosen daily by the Captain). The second snorkel site is where you can actually see and snorkel with turtles. Additionally, this trip also features a daily dolphin search where we look for Spinner and Bottle Nose dolphins in the wild!
It is great that you have chosen to book with Four Winds. We look forward to welcoming you onboard soon!
How deep can SNUBA go?
The length of the air hose determines how deep you can dive. Because Molokini is a protected Marine Preserve, there are rules in place which limits the depth of SNUBA diving to 10 feet below the surface of the water while we are in the crater. Ten feet might not sound like much, but it gives you a completely different perspective of the underwater world! Many people who were not sure whether they wanted to learn and get certified for scuba, try SNUBA diving first. Once they get the hang of breathing underwater, many decide they do want to learn to scuba dive and get certified. It is a great introduction to the sport!