Afternoon Snorkel Cruise

Afternoon Snorkel Cruise

2015 Pricing:
$79 - Adults, plus tax
$49 - Children (4-12 yrs.), plus tax
Toddlers (3 and Under) - Free

3.5-hr Cruise (2:00 PM - 5:30 PM), Includes:

  • Fruit and Assorted Snacks
  • Snorkel Equipment
  • Snorkel Instruction
  • Underwater View Boxes
  • Inner Tubes and Other Flotation Devices
  • Two 15-Ft. Water Slides and Dive Platform

Additional Options:

  • No-host bar
  • Personalized Video


Book this Cruise:

24 hour cancellation period. 72 hours for parties of 10 or more.

Kealakekua – PM Snorkel

This is another great Fair Wind cruise to pristine Kealakekua Bay. Departure from Keauhou Bay is at 2:00 PM with a 5:30 PM return, offering 1 1/2 hours of snorkeling time. On the scenic coastal cruise to Kealakekua Bay keep your eye out for spinner dolphins, they often come by the boat to entertain the passengers. 

View Kealakekua Bay Marine Life Photo Gallery.

You will want to eat lunch before this sail since it's not provided. Our friendly staff can suggest a restaurant if requested. A snack of tropical fruit and Kona potato chips are served on the cruise back to Keauhou Bay.

Departs at 2:00 PM, returns at 5:30 PM.
Check-in at 1:30 PM.
Bring towels, sunscreen, sun hat, etc. (storage boxes available on catamaran)

Advanced reservations recommended.
Generally, the afternoon cruises have space available up to a day in advance. However - this cruise does fill-up faster during peak seasons. Just to be safe, we do advise making reservations earlier if possible.

ALCOHOL; PLEASE NOTE: Per Hawaii County Liquor Laws, guests are NOT ALLOWED to bring alcohol onto the vessels. Fair wind does have a license for alcohol sales, available on-board.

SNORKELING / WATER SAFETY BOUNDARIES: While in Kealakekua Bay, snorkelers must stay at least 10-ft away from the shoreline between the Captain Cook Monument and Floating Rock.  TOUCHING THE BOTTOM (REEF) OR GOING ON-SHORE IS NOT ALLOWED. The Captain and Crew will provide specific safety boundaries to you before entering the water. We ask all guests to please abide by these rules for your safety.