Whaling used to be the focus of west Maui’s main town, Lahaina. These days visitors come to watch whales frolic offshore from Papawai Point.
The low-rise harbor at Lahaina retains quite a few whaling-era buildings, but not much remains from the days when Lahaina was the Hawaiian kingdom’s royal capital.
Take a stroll past the restaurants and shops lining historic Front Street, and take a seat in Banyan Tree Square at the foot of the country’s largest banyan tree, planted in 1873.
Brilliant and we got upgraded to a free dinner meal on board.
The service was great! The staff were very pleasant and accommodating.We had a
real good time.We also enjoyed the music. We will do it again.
It was just great, had a great time. Every one was sooo friendly and nice. The food was different but good... The show was better than Broadway.... Wish I were still their!!!!!
Lahaina is on the west coast of Maui, looking over to the nearby island of Lanai.
Highway 30 runs north to the resorts of Kaanapali.