A little rolly and tricky to land at beach.
Good holding ground - big Sand patch for many boats.
Don't anchor where coral are.
Stay away if:
You want the boat don't move at all
You can't handle shorebreak
Don't like people paddle around your boat.
There is a marina here but you can forget it. It is always super packed and all but impossible to
get a “slip”. Just go past the marina and harbor entrance and find an open mooring buoy with
LYC painted on it. In 2010, these buoys were white and there were 7 of them. Most of them ...
Wonderfull anchorage, great snorkeling. Get there early before the tour catamarans arrive and be careful not to anchor
on the coral; big fines if you damage. The bay has two bights. You can only anchor in the eastern. This is a great snorkeling spot
( by mid-morning you will ...
Molokini is a tiny crescent-shaped island about three miles east
of Makena.Molokini Crater is what’s left from an eruption that is said to have
occurred around 230,000 years ago. The cinder cone created has since
been eroded to a crescent atoll. Since it’s violent
La perouse bay is located south of the town of Wailea. It was named for the french Captain Jean-François de Galaup, comte de La Pérouse, in 1786. La Pérouse surveyed and mapped the prominent embayment near the southern cape of Maui opposite the island of Kahoʻolawe. The ...