Molokai Overnight Trip June March 2nd-3rd 2019

When: Mar 2, 2019

Molokai has some awesome and unique diving with the tallest sea cliffs in the world, gorgeous reefs,
and tons of marine life. And who doesn’t want to spend a whole day on the Sea Fox, listening to some
awesome music?  With a pretty good shot at seeing a hammerhead school?

The plan is to set sail on Saturday, March 2nd out of Hawaii Kai, and make our overnight towards
the island. Bring a pillow and something comfortable to sleep in. However, try to keep it to a single
small backpack, since we are only gone overnight and you’ll be back on Sunday night.

Meet at 7 pm at the Hawaii Kai shop. We’ll sail overnight.
When we arrive in the morning, we’ll do three dives, then head back to Hawaii Kai on the evening of the 3rd.

Dive Sites Include:

  • Hammerhead Site – on small islet EAST of Molokai proper
  • Underwater Arch – swim underneath a whole island
  • Ilio (lava tubes & caverns)

You will also get to view the second highest set of sea cliff is the world and a  do short cave snorkel at Kaiwe point.

Of course, this plan is weather permitting, since we’ll be going interisland. So if the weather changes you will be committed to doing a local 3 Tanker and you will be refunded the difference in price.  Winds 20 knots or greater makes the trip too rough.

Cost is $395 regular guest or $350 for club members.  select own gear if booking online to get this price.
This is a great reason to join our club if you haven’t already!  You are not going to find interisland trips anywhere else.

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Food is included, but there will be space in the coolers for you to bring additional drinks. *Alcohol is allowed on the trip HOWEVER ONLY for the return trip back on Sunday.

This can be a rough crossing so if you need to prepare with sea sickness medicine please do!

Pro Sea Fox Interisland tip:  there is some space in the cabin and V-berth, you’d think that would be the most comfortable, but it gets really warm.  The most comfortable people I’ve seen have been on the back deck, in sleeping bags, completely wrapped in tarps to keep sea spray off.  In short, don’t book this if you are expecting a comfortable night’s sleep.  Likely not going to happen.  You have to earn this one.  Good story, once a lady booked and then asked which cabin space she was getting.  She got a refund.  🙂

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