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Aloha Friday!


Aloha Friday!

Aloha Friday!

The humpback whales are super active now and often they are seen off Maui waters “tail slapping” over and over again – it’s very fun to watch!


Kula Country Farms Pumpkin Patch

It’s pumpkin season on Maui! I had the opportunity to take a drive upcountry this past weekend and stop by Kula Country Farms (always a favorite stop anytime of the year for fresh fruit and vegetables…..the view is amazing!).  It was the opening weekend of their pumpkin patch and it was quite an event with hundreds of parents and children picking out that perfect and special pumpkin. Enjoy!


A Must Have Cup Of Coffee In Lahaina!

The “MauiGrown Coffee Company Store” will surely be one of your favorite places to stop while on Maui, to enjoy a smooth cup of 100% Maui grown coffee.  The store is located at 277 Lahainaluna Road next to the famous (and recently rebuilt) Lahaina Smokestack.

MauiGrown Coffee is the largest individually operated coffee grower in the U.S.  and the only major producer of 100% Maui Origin Coffee in the world.  They grow several varieties of Arabica coffees on it’s 500-acre Kaanapali Coffee Estate, and recently reported a record harvest of more than 350,000 pounds of green coffee!

Visit the MauiGrown Coffee Company Store and be sure to sample their famous Maui Mokka and other varieties of coffee they gorw.  The MauiGrown Coffee Company Store is a great place to purchase both green coffee and roasted coffee, as well as coffee from other parts of Maui and Kona coffee.

Hours of Operation: Monday-Saturday, 6:30am-5pm

This is a very special place – enjoy!


Honu in Honokeana Bay

Mahalo to one of our guest’s, Julie, for taking these great honu (turtle) photos while snorkeling in Honokeana Bay!


Release Your Inner Pirate Aboard The Queen’s Treasure

Check out “Queen’s Treasure”, West Maui’s newest high-performance 65′ sailing beach catamaran!  Book your snorkel and sunset sails now for your next visit to Maui.

Snorkel Sails: Daily except Sundays, 10:30 am – 3:00 pm (Check-in 10:00 am)

Sunset Sails: Daily – times vary during year.  Please call for exact times

Whale Watches: Daily except Sundays, December 15th-April 15th, 7:30 am – 9:30 am (Check-in 7:00 am)

The Queen’s Treasure beach loads in front of Whalers Village in Ka’anapali, Maui.

CALL: 808-667-AHOY (2469)




Queen’s Treasure has arrived!

The “Queen’s Treasure” is West Maui’s newest high-performance sailing beach catamaran!  She is 64′ long and absolutely gorgeous.

I was at the Lahaina Harbor after her long voyage from St. Croix where the catamaran was built by Gold Coast Yachts.  It was a milestone for the yacht building company – their 100th boat!

The owners, Jan Nolan and Amy Sutherland, were of course onboard and invited me aboard and to go sailing on the boat.  What an honor that was.  Along with a full boat of relatives and friends (she holds 49 passengers plus crew), we left the Lahaina Harbor and spent another 5 hours on her!

Queen’s Treasure is solid, so smooth and fast.  We were out of the harbor in no time and the view of the West Maui mountains was incredible.

Everyone on the boat was ecstatic – mahalo to Jan and Amy, Captain Brad and crew members Linda & Greg, who provided us with the best day.  The food was awesome and it was fun to meet new people who all had one thing in common – the success of the Queen’s Treasure!

We anchored off Black Rock in Kaanapali so that passengers and crew could swim in the ocean.  The boating community is tight and it was awesome to see other captains bring their vessels around Queen’s Treasure and congratulate the owners/crew on her arrival.

Here’s a photo of kids jumping off Black Rock!

The day ended at around 5pm when we were back at the Lahaina Harbor.  Here are some more photos of the boat and West Maui for your enjoyment.

MAHALO AND CONGRATULATIONS again to Jan and Amy for an accomplishment of a lifetime.  May you have incredible success with Queen’s Treasure.  Lola


Manta Ray Underwater Video At Honolua Bay

Mahalo to Brandon Pinard for this amazing underwater video he took while swimming recently with a manta ray in Honolua Bay.  Brandon is a professional videographer on Maui and we at Napili Point Resort recently had the pleasure of working with him another another turtle dvd for the resort.  We are excited to promote his work and will be sharing other videos soon (including ours)!

Underwater Video – Manta Ray at Honolua Bay


The Road to Hana

A favorite “must do” while staying at Napili Point Resort is driving “the road to Hana.”


To read one of the best travel reviews for the drive to Hana, click on this link to Frommer’s:

(Photos by Travel & Leisure/Frommer’s)


Swimming With Dolphins at Honolua Bay!

Check this out – how fun would this be??!!!  Click on this link to the full Lahaina News article.  Once there, click on the photo to enlarge.  Lahaina News



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