Whale of a Time

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The Pa­cific Whale Foun­da­tion op­er­ates sev­eral whale­watch­ing eco­tours from dif­fer­ent parts of the is­land. Its lat­est of­fer­ing is aboard a high-tech raft, which pro­vides wa­ter-level en­coun­ters with the hump­back whale. The two-hour ocean-raft­ing whale watch cruises de­part four times daily, with the first raft leav­ing at 6:45 a.m. 800.942.5311 ext. 1 www.paci­


With over 2,500 feet of open deck space and a glass bot­tom, the Pride of Maui of­fers am­ple room for whale watch­ers. En­joy the 360 de­gree panoramic view from the sprawl­ing up­per deck where whales can eas­ily be spot­ted. 877.867.7433 www.pride­of­


De­part­ing at 10 a.m. ev­ery day, ex­cept for Satur­day, from Kaana­pali Beach, the Ter­alani of­fers a two-hour whale watch with a con­ti­nen­tal break­fast, which in­cludes Kona cof­fee, trop­i­cal juices and Ter­alani “Pog­mosas.” 808.876.7777­ven­ture­

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