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To put it simply, the day was terrific. I not only was about two feet from a reef shark and somehow managed to find the most rainbow colored octopus I had ever seen, I also swam with sea turtles at 'turtle town' and got caught in a school of black and blue fish. On the food front it was pretty standard for a boat cruise, fruit, baked goods and juice for breakfast and burgers, dogs, chicken, chips and pasta salad for lunch. The bar was nicely stocked though. The only unfortunate thing was that I didn't re-apply the 30 SPF that 3rd time, oops. Oh yeah, and they take a photo of you and your friends as you board the ship that is for sale at the end ($10 a pop).
Si l'on veut voyage en troupeau, faire la queue tout le temps pour s'équiper, aller à l'eau ou encore manger, si l'on aime les colonies de vacances alors je dis : "cette activité est faite pour vous". Le personnel du bateau est sympa, c'est bien organisé, un peu trop meme, mais il y a des endroits plus sympa pour voir des poissons, qui soit dit en passant, ne sont pas très nombreux. Nous n'avons pas vu de tortues contrairement aux belles cote sud de Maui. C'est une activité que l'on peut éviter ou bien y aller avec un petit bateau plus intimiste.
I would highly recommend taking a trip to Molokini. However, I will say I did not appreciate having a confirmation email yet still having to call to find out what time the shuttle was going to pick me up. I missed my shuttle pickup because of the poor communication, although I was rescheduled.
It was a fun trip, but for the money I would have expected to be on a smaller boat with less than 150 people.