Sail Maui vacations have long been the choice of adventure seekers and beach enthusiasts. It is steeped in tradition and mystic since it was first discovered in 1819 by Captain James Cook and his crew. From that point, it quickly became a favorite destination for travelers, making it one of the most popular destinations in Hawaii. Now, with over five million visitors each year, it has all the qualities a vacationer seeks out on a getaway: quiet beaches, rich culture, and stunning ocean views.
One type of sail Maui vacation that most people do not have the chance to experience is the paragon sailing event. The paragons are the world’s greatest sailing events – when a sailboat is raced against the largest sailboats in the world! There are two types of paragon sailing, and both offer participants the ultimate in relaxation while participating in this historic sport.
The first is the Alihilani Sunset Sailing Regatta. This is a regatta where teams from across the United States and Canada to race against each other in a competition to be named the fastest sailboat in the world. At the end of the competition, the boats are combined and towed behind an aluminum sailboat to be placed into the final competition. This competition is considered the ultimate test of sailing skills, and those who participate will be treated to the best views of the Alihilani Bay and its surrounding islands. Each day at Alihilani Park, guests can go sailing either along the shore or in the middle of the bay.
Another way to enjoy Sail Maui is by taking a snorkeling tour. Snorkeling tours allow participants to view the beautiful marine environment along the coast. Participants can choose to go on an actual snorkeling tour, or they can take a boat tour around the Hawaiian Islands. Whether you choose to go on a boat tour or an actual snorkeling tour, participants are provided with snorkel gear and a safety float. If you decide to do either of these options, you should arrive a day before the scheduled sail so that your gear will be ready for action.
Another way to see the beauty of Hawaii’s Isle of Maui is by joining a paragon sailing group. Paragons are groups of sailors that meet weekly to discuss sailing related events, talk about sailing clubs and plan new ventures. Paragons are like “sea turtles” as they are a protected group that protects the rights to use the water and the right of the other sailors to use the harbors and rivers. Joining a paragon group is similar to being part of a family, only you are sailing on a specific vessel that is out on the sea instead of on land.
If you are interested in getting closer to nature, a sunset sail is a great way to do just that. A sunset sail is available for individuals, couples, families, and groups of friends. If you are a member of a paragon group, you can join us for sunset sailings monthly so that you can experience what it is like to sail with the best sailboat crews in the world.
A paragon sailboat is a luxurious vessel that has been designed and built by professional sailors. Its interiors are completely plush and luxurious, and you will feel every inch of the sail as you take it out into the ocean. The paragon series is powered by the most powerful engines known to man and is equipped with all sorts of modern features that make taking it out on the water a truly enjoyable experience. The paragons were built with a shorter hull that allowed larger sails to be fitted onto it, which allow the boat to cover a greater distance than other boats of its size.
The sailboat will leave from the slip port that is located at Honua Bay. The slip port is named so because it is located on the shore of the island of Maui, which is situated north of the Big Island of Hawaii. Once you have taken off, you will notice that the ship is smaller than its counterparts. This smaller boat is equipped with two catamarans, and one of them is set to sail from the front of the yacht. When you have finished sailing you will come across several Coral Gorges as well as several other exotic fish that live along with the coral gardens of Hawaii.