From today until February 1st, Maui Magic is currently in Dry Dock. CLICK HERE for info.
Dry Dock Alert Maui Magic
From today until February 1st, 2016, the Maui Magic is unavailable for tours while she is in for her routine Dry Dock on the Island of Oahu.
Every two years, we take her out of the water to do a complete maintenance and make improvements. Should you wish to take a snorkel trip during these dates, we recommend that you check-out our other vessel, THE FOUR WINDS II.
The Four Winds II is spacious catamaran, with a glass bottom viewing room and lots of shaded cabin area, which makes it an ideal boat for couples, and families with children. Although she does not offer a Dolphin Search, or visits the exact locations as The Maui Magic, The Four Winds II does snorkel at Molokini (weather and conditions permitting) and also Coral Gardens. Known as "Maui's Family Fun Boat", the Four Winds II delivers a great time, delicious food, boasts a fantastic crew and provides you with awesome snorkeling!
It is great that you have chosen to book with Four Winds. We look forward to welcoming you onboard soon!
Are Wheelchairs okay?
On the Maui Magic we can not accommodate guests with wheelchairs due to our dock/loading space that the harbor assigned us. However, we have accommodated wheelchairs when the boat is privately chartered. On our daily trip we are limited to space (due to the passenger count) and use of our slip. But when the boat is privately chartered it can have less people aboard and we can also use another dock facility that can be easier to load a wheel chair onboard.
Another daily option for people with a wheelchair is, our sister ship. The Four Winds II can accommodate wheelchairs on a daily basis. And they do this with great success too! The Four Winds II is a much larger vessel than the Maui Magic and also has a totally different slip configuration. The Four WInds II has an actual dock that makes loading a wheelchair possible. Please keep in mind that the individual, who requires the wheelchair, will initially need to be carried up a couple of stairs, or walk up on their own, in order to get onboard. Once onboard the wheelchair can be used.
Please provide us with some notice and our crew can definitely assist you in all of your needs with getting both the person and their wheelchair onboard.