Calypso Maui Whale Watch Tour

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Calypso Maui Whale Watch Tour

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AdultAges 13+
ChildAges 4-12
Free Children: Ages 0-3 (1 Free Child Per Paying Adult)
* Rates may vary during peak seasons & holidays.

Quick Details

Availability: Runs daily departing at 2:00 PM
Duration: 2 hours
Ages: All Ages
Small Child: Ages 3 and under free - 1 free child per paying adult

Come Aboard for a Ma'alaea Whale Watching Cruise!

Join us for one of our Maui whale watching tours for two hours of one of the most thrilling family-friendly Maui activities! From December 18th through April 15th, climb aboard our catamaran and make your way to the top!

Calypso is Maui’s only catamaran with three decks, so you simply cannot go higher on this island. All of Calypso’s 360-degree ocean views are “fin”tastic, even when you go inside for a bit to take a break from the sun. The first and second decks have spacious cabins with tinted windows. These windows make for excellent viewing through the water’s surface, regardless of the sun’s glare. Comfortable seating throughout this stable vessel ensures a relaxing time on the water while you look for these incredible marine mammals. Make sure to take advantage of the bar and snack area while you check out the boat. The crew will be happy to mix up what you need!

When you come with us on a Calypso whale watching in Maui, the onboard naturalist, captain, and crew will be just as excited as you are to see humpbacks. The 45-foot cetaceans inspire awe, delight, and excitement with their very existence, and whenever they come over to our 65-foot catamaran — wow, oh wow!

As soon as the boat leaves Ma’alaea Harbor, keep your eyes peeled for any big motion on the surface – especially large clouds of misty spray in the distance. (That’s a whale of an exhalation!) No matter what is going on out there, the Calypso whale watch naturalist will give you an exciting play-by-play and “swimming commentary.” Some of the more popular moves that whales engage in at the surface are the tail slap, the pec slap, the peduncle throw, the spy hop, and the ever hoped for launch-of-an-entire-whale-from-the-water full breach!

Whenever the boat is stopped for a while, you can go down to the underwater viewing room. If the whales choose to swim beneath the vessel, you’ll be able to see them through the glass panels in the bottom of the hull! That is one of the most awesome things about the Calypso Ma’alaea whale watch. (It is rare for a whale-watching vessel to have a glass-bottomed seating area.)