Hi Surfers, Here on Maui we share the water with many different types of ocean creatures. One common one you may see is the Turtle or “Honu” in Hawaiian. There are actually several different types of turtles found in Hawaiian waters.
Surf Club Photo Gallery
Here is a gallery of family and friends enjoying beautiful Maui
BEACH TYPES: Our Island has many different types of beaches. These range from the gentle and friendly swimming beaches on the south shore like Kamaole 1, 2, and 3. And range up to the high surf, high energy beaches on the north shore. Read More…
Learn to Kiteboard on Maui
Learning to Kiteboard is Fun, with our patient and professional Instructors. We have all kinds of beginner lessons and advanced lessons too. Our lessons are located at Kite Beach on Maui’s north shore. Read More…
Tips & information
- Lessons by Appointment.
- All participants must be able to swim.
- Participants must sign a waiver.
- Adults sign for children under 18yrs.
- Participants are responsible for gear.
What is a rashguard? (aka. “Rashie, rashguard, surfshirt..”)
A rashguard is a shirt that keeps your belly off the board. Some people get a rash from rubbing their belly on the board all day. So a shirt is pretty much standard.
Maui’s Top Places to Snorkel
1. Olowalu- 14 Mile marker: This is located at the 14 mile road marker, (Lahaina is Mile 17), so all you will see is a lot of cars parked by the road nest to the water. Read More…
Kayak Rentals on Maui
Our most popular Kayak Rental Package on Maui is the Whale watch and Turtle kayak rental tour.
Maui Snorkeling Q&A
Do I need to know how to Swim to go Snorkeling?
Yes, to snorkel you must know how to swim. Even if you are in standing depth water, you might get in a current that takes you out of your depth. In the water you don’t weigh much, and even a tiny current can move you. So you must know how to swim well enough to be able to tread water and keep your head above water, and you must be able to make it through the water well enough to get yourself back to shore.
Sharks & Stingrays
Sharks and stingrays look quite different they share many of the same traits. They are in the same family of cartilaginous fish called the elasmobranchs. These creatures are not so scary once you learn a little bit about them. Here is some useful and interesting information about sharks and stingrays in Hawaii.
SURFING & SUP LESSONS
We offer Surfing and Standup SUP lessons on Maui for all levels from beginner to advanced. Our Surf Club is located at one of Maui’s best surfing areas, Kihei’s Kalama Park, which offers a variety of conditions. We have lessons 6 days a week, and rentals 7 days a week.
More info about SURFING LESSONS
More info about Standup Paddleboard Lessons
Snorkel on Maui
Snorkeling on Maui is fun and everyone should try it. Please note that snorkeling is a swimming sport so you will need to be able to swim. Snorkeling lessons are available. Most strong swimmers can teach themselves in calm shallow water or in a pool. We provide rental snorkel gear. Our shop staff are happy to help you find a good fit mask and fins. More…