Up early to get ready to drive to Ma'alea to catch the Four Winds II by 7:00am and a snorkeling excursion to the crescent-shaped volcanic crater rim-island of Molokini. However, the winds were from the north, making the waves at Molokini too high, so we went to an alternate site for a couple of hours where some of us tried a mini-version of SCUBA called SNUBA, where you breath through a regulator, with the hose tethered to an air tank on a small raft on the surface. We also saw several whales on the way out from Ma'alea & some sea turtles swimming in the ocean on the way back.
Below - Sea turtle off Ma'alea. Sea turtles don't move as fast as whales and are easier to photograph.
In the afternoon we continued past Ma'alea, turned right and drove a few miles south through the Kilhei and the very upscale Wailea.
Back in Lahaina by late afternoon. Another cruise liner, a Holland Amertica ship, sitting off Lahaina. - a long line of passengers in the harbour going through a security check before being tendered back to the ship. Glad it's not me.
Dinner was a Luna burger at the Cool Cat Cafe in Lahaina. Our server was from Colorado.
Hopefully, off to Moloka'i in the morning.