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Saturday, February 24 2024


THE SKINNY

This morning, Maui’s Ka’anapali and South Shore snorkel zones boast excellent conditions. Waves are anticipated to become extremely hazardous in the Northwest later today.

Northwest: 3.5

This morning, the inside of Kapalua Bay is pretty calm and clear. However, the waves are expected to keep getting bigger throughout the day, and conditions will likely become extremely dangerous with powerful waves, currents and undertow. Currents are already strong, and waves are starting to pick up on the outer points of the bay. Partly sunny with strong winds and scattered showers.

Ka’anapali: 8.0

—> Because of ongoing relief efforts, please be extremely mindful in this zone.

Beautiful snorkeling conditions this morning along Kahekili Beach Park and the south face of Black Rock. Stronger winds are expected and may create rough seas later and currents will become stronger, especially farther out from shore. Mostly sunny with increasing clouds as well.

South Shore: 7.5

Conditions should stay nice and calm through the morning hours. Then, as the afternoon winds pick up, it could become quite rough. The waves have picked up slightly in some areas. All three Kamaole Beaches are fantastic, Ulua Beach and Makena Landing are also looking good. Sunshine, then increasing clouds and wind this afternoon.


Friday, February 23 2024


THE SKINNY

Happy Aloha Friday on Maui! Ka’anapali and the South Shore zones are offering the calmest conditions for snorkeling today!

Northwest: 6.5

The waves are not huge, but be aware that they appear to be starting to pick up along the shallowest areas along the points. Currents are stronger in these areas as well. The inside of Kapalua Bay is really nice and calm, as well as the innermost area of Honolua Bay. Be cautious not to venture into sections of the reef where waves are breaking. Mostly sunny with strong east winds.

Ka’anapali: 9.0

—> Because of ongoing relief efforts, please be extremely mindful in this zone.

Absolutely beautiful snorkeling conditions with calm and nearly crystal-clear water along the south face of Black Rock and Kahekili Beach Park. There are some elevated waves in areas. As usual, currents become very strong in deeper water. There are some elevated waves a little south of Black Rock. Sunshine expected. Winds may affect Kahekili late this afternoon.

South Shore: 8.0

Incredible beach day with super nice snorkeling conditions at most spots. There are little shore-breaking waves to avoid in some areas, but overall things are looking great this morning. The south end of Kamaole 1, all of Kamaole 2 & 3, Ulua Beach down to Makena Landing are good choices. There’s more of a chance of stronger afternoon winds today; however, it should stay nice for most of the day.


Thursday, February 22 2024


THE SKINNY

Snorkeling on Maui has improved! All three zones have areas with calm water and clear visibility.

Northwest: 6.5

Snorkeling conditions are nice and calm inside the bays. While there are still waves along the points and exposed beaches, this morning the waves are pretty small inside Kapalua Bay and most of Honolua Bay, which are the calmest. As always, currents are very strong along the points. Partly sunny with strong afternoon winds.

Ka’anapali: 8.5

—> Because of ongoing relief efforts, please be extremely mindful in this zone.

Excellent snorkeling conditions are expected all day. Light winds may create some texture on the surface, but the waves are very small, and visibility is clear. Kahekili Beach Park is especially calm. The south face of Black Rock is also calm and clear. As always, currents become very strong in deeper water & around the rock tip. Some clouds but mostly sunny.

South Shore: 8.0

Beautiful snorkeling conditions with mostly clear visibility at most spots. The Kamaole Beaches, Ulua Beach, Makena Landing, and just about everywhere in between are calm and clear. There are elevated waves in some areas, but they’re not too big; however, they could pick up a little more later this afternoon. As always, currents are strong farther out from shore. Should stay mostly sunny today.


Wednesday, February 21 2024


THE SKINNY

Ka’anapali and South Shore Zones are looking wonderful for snorkeling today. Enjoy all-day sunshine at almost every beach when you aren’t in the water snorkeling with the Turtles.

Northwest: 4.5

Kapalua Bay is hosting a bit of calm water. The swell from the last few days is still lingering with waves at Honolua and Napili Bay. Expect sunshine for the majority of the day with some strong winds and a small chance of light showers.

Ka’anapali: 8.0

—> Because of ongoing relief efforts, please be extremely mindful in this zone.

Kahekili Beach Park and the south face of Black Rock are looking nice and calm today. A slight shorebreak can be found further south on Ka’anapali Beach. As the sun shines on Ka’anapali, enjoy the light winds and be sure to use some protection from the sun.

South Shore: 8.0

Wonderful snorkeling is likely at Ulua Beach, Charley Young, and Kamaole 1-3. Gently AM winds are support calm ocean conditions while all day sunshine expected. Enjoy the beautiful clear views of neighboring islands with some shade.


Tuesday, February 20 2024


THE SKINNY

Maui is offering beautiful snorkeling conditions along the South Shore and most of Ka’anapali today, where the waves are getting smaller, and favorable winds are expected.

Northwest: 1.5

Extremely dangerous ocean conditions persist with powerful waves, currents, and undertow. The smallest waves are along the beach inside of Kapalua Bay, but dangerous waves are present and currents are incredibly strong; there’s lots of water moving around. After isolated showers in the mountains, mostly sunny skies and breezy winds are expected.

Ka’anapali: 7.5

—> Because of ongoing relief efforts, please be extremely mindful in this zone.

Beautiful beach day with sunshine and favorable winds expected. The waves are much smaller; however, there are still elevated waves in some areas. Along the south face of Black Rock, the waves are smallest, and the water is calmest. Kahekili Beach Park is also really nice if we avoid waves getting in and out. As always, currents are very strong in deeper water and out past the rock tip.

South Shore: 8.5

Super nice ocean conditions and incredible weather should persist for most of the day. All three Kamaole Beaches, Ulua Beach, Makena Landing, and most places in between are all excellent choices. Be aware that the waves may pick up a bit at some point, but so far, we’re seeing only small waves. It’s unlikely, but it is possible the winds may get strong enough to make things rough later this afternoon.


Monday, February 19 2024


THE SKINNY

Maui’s South Shore has really nice and calm water this morning. Ka’anapali also has areas of calmer water. Conditions in the Northwest Zone continue to be extremely dangerous today.

Northwest: 1.5

Conditions remain extremely dangerous with powerful waves, currents, and undertow. The waves are smallest but still present inside of Kapalua Bay; currents are very strong and hazardous. The waves should calm down overnight into tomorrow. As the swell fades, conditions may be deceiving with longer periods of time between the biggest waves and strongest undertow. Strong winds and scattered showers.

Ka’anapali: 5.0

—> Because of ongoing relief efforts, please be extremely mindful in this zone.

The south face of Black Rock is offering a nice area of much calmer water today. Currents become very strong out near & beyond the rock tip. The waves should keep getting smaller throughout the day but are still powerful in areas. Kahekili is looking beautiful but there are powerful waves at times. Sunshine and relatively lighter winds are expected.

South Shore: 8.0

Snorkeling conditions are really nice and calm with small waves at most beaches. Charlie Young and all three Kamaole Beaches, Ulua Beach, as well as Makena Landing are all looking good. As usual, currents become very strong farther out from shore. Afternoon winds may become strong enough to create rough seas later. Sunshine should prevail for most of the day.


Sunday, February 18 2024


THE SKINNY

Maui’s South Shore Snorkel Zone has the smallest waves today. A powerful north swell is causing very dangerous conditions in the Northwest and Ka’anapali.

Northwest: 0.0

Ocean conditions are EXTREMELY DANGEROUS. Incredibly powerful waves, currents, and undertow. Waves are washing high upon the shoreline. Highly recommended to stay out of the water here today. Strong winds out of the northeast gusting around 30 mph. Scattered showers should clear up to become partly cloudy, possibly mostly sunny by this afternoon.

Ka’anapali: 1.5

—> Because of ongoing relief efforts, please be extremely mindful in this zone.

Sunny skies are likely for most of the day. The waves are expected to keep getting bigger throughout the day and are already very dangerous. Powerful waves, currents, and undertow today. The ocean could start to calm down tomorrow in Ka’anapali. The closest area with smaller waves is south of Olowalu, but winds are super strong, blowing out to sea, which will create very strong currents.

South Shore: 6.0

The waves are much smaller here today, however they are still present, mostly at fun sizes for boogie boarding in south Kihei. Makena Landing and the south ends of the Kamaole beaches may be OK for snorkeling if careful to avoid any waves & not go out too far. Makena Beach (Big Beach) is too dangerous. Winds are strong but should calm down as the sun rises before becoming strong this afternoon creating very rough seas.


Saturday, February 17 2024


THE SKINNY

Beautiful Maui sunshine in Ka’anapali and along the South Shore Zones. Waves are still powerful in areas of each zone, with Ka’anapali having the calmest waters.

Northwest: 1.5

Ocean conditions remain very dangerous with powerful waves, currents, and undertow. The smallest waves are inside Kapalua Bay, but waves are crashing over the reef, and currents are very strong along the points and sides of the bay, with only a very small area that is kind of calm in the middle, which is not worth the risk today; it’s too hazardous. Morning clouds should clear up this afternoon. Strong and cold northerly wind.

Ka’anapali: 5.5

—> Because of ongoing relief efforts, please be extremely mindful in this zone.

Beautiful sunshine is expected for most of the day. Strong northerly winds are creating very strong currents. Waves are not huge but are powerful in areas. The south face of Black Rock is offering wind protection, but please be careful not to go out past the rock tip where currents are extreme. Kahekili could be decent; however, there are some shore-break waves and strong currents in deeper water.

South Shore: 3.0

Expect nice & mostly sunny skies. Waves are a bit smaller this morning in South Kihei at the Kamaole Beaches, with the smallest waves along Kamaole Beach #1. They’re still big enough to adversely affect snorkeling. Winds are also strong and will likely keep getting stronger, making currents powerful and seas rough.


Friday, February 16 2024


THE SKINNY

Happy Aloha Friday on Maui! Expect lots of beautiful rainbows today as the sun breaks through isolated showers! Surf’s up in all three zones, with Ka’anapali having the smallest waves today.

Northwest: 1.0

Extremely dangerous ocean conditions today. A huge northwest swell is affecting the area with extremely powerful waves, currents, and undertow. It is highly recommended to stay out of the water and not get too close to the shoreline. Scattered showers and breezy north winds.

Ka’anapali: 5.5

—> Because of ongoing relief efforts, please be extremely mindful in this zone.

While not huge, the waves have picked up and are powerful in some areas. The biggest waves are in front of the Whaler, south of Black Rock, and the smallest waves are along Kahekili Beach Park. Visibility is still good, but currents are very strong near the rock tip at Black Rock as well. Morning clouds should clear up, then may return later this afternoon along with strong north winds.

South Shore: 2.0

The waves have picked up and are causing hazardous conditions with murky water, powerful waves, strong currents, and undertow. The smallest waves are along the south end of Kamaole Beach #1, although snorkeling is not recommended. It is cloudy this morning, but it should clear up for a bit this afternoon. Expect increasing north winds.


Thursday, February 15 2024


THE SKINNY

Rain is heading to Maui today. This rainstorm is not expected to last long but may cause flooding in certain areas. Keep in mind that it is best to stay out of the water during heavy rain and always avoid unclear water.

Northwest: 5.5

Inside Kapalua Bay and Honolua Bay, the ocean is calm with clear visibility this morning. However, heavy rain is expected along with increasing winds out of the north which may create rough water and cause stronger currents. Also, the waves may start to pick up late this afternoon; currents are already very strong around the points.

Ka’anapali: 6.5

—> Because of ongoing relief efforts, please be extremely mindful in this zone.

Calm ocean conditions this morning along Kahekili Beach as well as the south face of Black Rock. However, rain is on the way and is expected to become heavy. It’s advisable to avoid the water during heavy rain. As always currents are strong in deeper water. This storm is not anticipated to last long, and skies could potentially clear up later, although strong winds may follow behind it.

South Shore: 6.0

The sun is shining, and winds are calm this morning, but get to the beach early because rain is on the way and is expected to become heavy, causing conditions to deteriorate. There are still some elevated waves to be cautious of, but the Kamaole Beaches, Ulua Beach, and even Makena Landing are good options this morning. Be aware that incoming rain may cause floods and other hazards.


Wednesday, February 14 2024


THE SKINNY

Happy Valentine’s Day. Morning conditions at Kapalua Bay or Honolua Bay provide the best chance to snorkel with a loved one. Remain cautious around the ocean as the day goes on due to wind and waves.

Northwest: 6.0

Decent snorkeling can be found at Kapalua Bay and Honolua Bay this morning. Water is moving a bit at Napili Bay but snorkeling should still be good in the AM. Partly sunny skies should cover the Northwest zone but expect some scattered showers. Winds will pick up today reaching as high as 22mph. There is a High Surf Advisory scheduled to start later tonight.

Ka’anapali: 5.0

—> Because of ongoing relief efforts, please be extremely mindful in this zone.

Occasional pocket of calm water may be found on the south face of Black Rock this morning. Good AM snorkeling is not likely to remain in the afternoon as the Ka’anapali Zone should host mostly cloudy skies, powerful currents, and steady waves. There is a strong likelihood of rain throughout the day.

South Shore: 2.5

Seas are rough throughout the zone. Steady waves from competing swells affecting the zone. We can expect scattered showers and mostly cloudy conditions throughout the South Shore. Definitely a day to enjoy the ocean from the shore.


Tuesday, February 13 2024


THE SKINNY

Incredible Maui beach weather with calm winds and sunshine expected. Ka’anapali and the Northwest Zones have the calmest ocean conditions today.

Northwest: 8.5

Conditions have greatly improved inside the bays. Kapalua Bay and Honolua Bay are especially calm and clear this morning. As always, currents are still extremely strong around the points and outside of the bays. Winds may increase, but it looks like we’ll have calm water for most of the day. Mostly sunny with only the slightest chance of isolated showers.

Ka’anapali: 9.5

—> Because of ongoing relief efforts, please be extremely mindful in this zone.

Incredibly calm and crystal-clear ocean conditions at both Kahekili Beach as well as along the south face of Black Rock. Currents are always very strong farther out from shore in deeper water. There’s a slight chance a light onshore breeze may create a bit of texture on the surface later. Sunshine with increasing clouds this afternoon.

South Shore: 6.0

Another beautiful beach day with sunshine mixing with cloud cover along with light winds through the morning hours. The waves are starting to get smaller; however, they are still just big enough to affect snorkeling at most beaches. If the waves are thoughtfully and quickly avoided, Makena Landing should have good visibility, while the Kamaole beaches have the smallest waves.


Monday, February 12 2024


THE SKINNY

Blue skies across Maui! The smallest waves and calmest waters are in Ka’anapali today.

Northwest: 6.0

Although not necessarily big, there are waves that are big enough to affect snorkeling and cause strong currents, mostly around the shallow points and more open ocean-exposed beaches. The inside of Kapalua Bay is really nice and clear. The innermost area of Honolua is calm, but there are elevated waves over parts of the reef. Waves are present in Napili Bay. Onshore winds this afternoon.

Ka’anapali: 8.5

—> Because of ongoing relief efforts, please be extremely mindful in this zone.

Excellent snorkeling along Kahekili Beach Park as well as the south face of Black Rock. As usual, currents are strong in deeper water and around the rock tip. A light onshore breeze may become strong enough to create a bit of a bumpy surface, and the waves may pick up a little bit, perhaps this afternoon. Looks like we’ll have blue skies today.

South Shore: 5.5

Beautiful sunny day! While the waves are not exactly big, they are powerful in areas of most beaches, and visibility is not very good. The smallest waves are near Mile Marker 14 and along the Kamaole beaches. Sunshine is expected along with a relatively light onshore breeze this afternoon.


Sunday, February 11 2024


THE SKINNY

Maui sunshine and light winds are making for yet another gorgeous beach day! Ka’anapali continues to have the calmest waters.

Northwest: 4.5

The waves have picked up, and although not huge, they are powerful at times. Currents are strong, especially along the points and around the sides of the bays. The waves are the smallest inside Kapalua Bay and on the shoreline along the north end of Napili Bay but will likely get bigger later. Sunshine with a small chance of any showers.

Ka’anapali: 9.0

—> Because of ongoing relief efforts, please be extremely mindful in this zone.

Kahekili Beach Park has glorious snorkeling conditions this morning. The south face of Black Rock is also excellent. As always, currents are strong in deeper water and out past the rock tip. Winds should remain light, although slightly onshore, raising the possibility of a bumpy surface. Sunny, then possibly increasing clouds this afternoon.

South Shore: 5.5

Waves continue to affect the area by kicking up sand and crashing quite strongly in certain areas. The smallest waves are along the Kamaole Beaches, particularly the south ends of these beaches. Mile Marker 14 has the potential for calm water as well, though with patches of murkiness. As always, currents also become very strong farther out from shore. Sunny skies and light winds are expected today.


Saturday, February 10 2024


THE SKINNY

Sunny Maui beach day! Winds are expected to remain light. Ka’anapali has the calmest snorkeling conditions again today.

Northwest: 7.0

This morning, the waves are small, and the bays are calm and clear, with Kapalua Bay being especially tranquil. A powerful northwest swell is mostly being blocked by Molokai to our west; however, there is still potential for the waves to become dangerous later today. We are just beginning to see indications of this with stronger currents around the points of the bays. Mostly sunny and breezy.

Ka’anapali: 9.0

—> Because of ongoing relief efforts, please be extremely mindful in this zone.

Small waves and light winds are creating excellent snorkeling conditions! Both Kahekili Beach Park and the south face of Black Rock are calm with crystal-clear visibility, although there are usual strong currents in deeper water and around the rock tip. Winds should remain light but may become strong enough to create some texture on the surface. Mostly sunny with a slight chance of isolated showers at some point.

South Shore: 6.5

The waves are not large, but they are elevated and kicking up sand, which is affecting visibility. However, good snorkeling can still be enjoyed if we avoid the sections of each beach with waves. The south end of Kamaole #1, most of Kamaole beaches 2 and 3, as well as Makena Landing appear to be the calmest. There are patches of murky water along Mile Marker 14. Sunshine and light winds expected.


Friday, February 9 2024


THE SKINNY

Happy Aloha Friday on Maui! It’s another beautiful beach day! Great snorkeling is available in areas of all three Zones, while Ka’anapali continues to have the calmest conditions.

Northwest: 7.5

Mostly calm water and clear visibility this morning inside the bays. Kapalua Bay and Honolua Bay are particularly clear. However, outside of the bays and around the points, currents are very strong. Scattered showers are likely near Honolua Bay, and showers may extend farther south. Be aware that there’s also the potential for waves to pick up later in the day.

Ka’anapali: 9.0

—> Because of ongoing relief efforts, please be extremely mindful in this zone.

Excellent conditions again today! Kahekili Beach Park and the south face of Black Rock are beautiful and calm with crystal-clear visibility. As always, the currents become super strong farther out from shore in deeper water and around the outer rock tip. Winds should remain light. Mostly sunny with a slight chance of scattered showers.

South Shore: 6.5

Sunshine and light winds are expected for most of the day! There are still elevated waves, just big enough to kick up some sand. Take care to avoid any waves while getting in and out. South Kihei has the smallest waves. The south end of Kamaole Beach #1, Kamaole Beaches 2 and 3, as well as Makena Landing, have the potential for clear water.


Thursday, February 8 2024


THE SKINNY

Beautiful sunny beach day across Maui! Ka’anapali has the calmest waters and should remain excellent for most of the day.

Northwest: 7.5

Conditions are nice and calm with clear visibility inside of the bays. There are waves on more open ocean-exposed beaches such as D.T. Fleming. Around and out beyond the points, currents become very strong, and seas are rough. Inside Kapalua Bay and Honolua Bay, the water is exceptionally clear. Expect mostly sunny skies and breezy winds.

Ka’anapali: 9.0

—> Because of ongoing relief efforts, please be extremely mindful in this zone.

Incredibly calm ocean conditions with crystal-clear visibility! Both Kahekili Beach Park and the south face of Black Rock have excellent snorkeling conditions. Winds are expected to remain favorable, and the sun shining for most of the day. As always, currents are still very strong in deeper water, farther out from shore.

South Shore: 6.0

Mile Marker 14 is super calm and clear this morning. The south end of Kamaole #1, as well as Kamaole 2 & 3, are also pretty nice if we avoid any of the elevated waves; visibility should improve. Makena Landing also has potential; however, there are waves in the shallows. Currents also become strong farther out from shore. Mostly sunny with light winds through the morning.


Wednesday, February 7 2024


THE SKINNY

Wonderful snorkeling conditions can be found in Ka’anapali today. Kapalua Bay is looking good as well. Expect sunny skies to shine down all across the island.

Northwest: 7.0

Snorkeling at Kapalua Bay and Honolua Bay should be excellent today. Mostly sunny skies and strong winds are expected in the Northwest Zone throughout the day with some isolated showers before noon. There is a high surf advisory but swell is not directly hitting these spots. This may shift so remain cautious.

Ka’anapali: 8.0

—> Because of ongoing relief efforts, please be extremely mindful in this zone.

The south face of Black Rock and Kahekili Beach Park are looking wonderful today. Current can get a bit strong further from shore so remain mindful of where you are. While some strong winds are likely, the sunny skies will no doubt make it a beautiful day in the Ka’anapali Zone.

South Shore: 5.0

Light waves and prominent shore break are consistent throughout the zone. Good snorkeling may be found later in the day at Makena Landing or Charley Young but remain cautious as waves are consistent. Light and variable winds will complement the generally sunny skies in the South Shore. As usual, we can expect the winds to pick up in the afternoon.


Tuesday, February 6 2024


THE SKINNY

Another beautiful Maui beach day with plenty of sunshine expected! Winds are strong; however, calm water can still be found. See details below.

Northwest: 4.0

The waves are a bit smaller but still powerful, and currents remain present, especially around the outer points and shallowest areas. Innermost Kapalua Bay has the smallest waves, but be aware that currents are strong. The innermost area of Honolua is also calm; however, waves are breaking over the most fish-filled area of the reef and may intensify later. It’s partly cloudy with very strong winds.

Ka’anapali: 7.5

—> Because of ongoing relief efforts, please be extremely mindful in this zone.

Sunshine and smaller waves are expected today! There are still powerful shore-breaking waves in some areas, but near the snorkel spots, they are not very big. Kahekili Beach Park is looking great. The south face of Black Rock is also good to go, but currents are still very strong near and past the outer rock tip. Breezy east winds gusting around 17 mph.

South Shore: 6.0

The waves picked back up just enough to affect snorkeling. The smallest waves are along the south end of each Kamaole beach, especially Kam #1. Makena Landing should be okay if careful getting in and out of the water. Also, Mile Marker 14 should be mellow enough. Expect sunny skies with light winds through the morning and stronger winds this afternoon.


Monday, February 5 2024


THE SKINNY

It is a beautiful Maui beach day! The South Shore has the calmest water, Ka’anapali is improving while the Northwest remains very hazardous due to larger waves.

Northwest: 1.0

Hope for calm waters soon, maybe by tomorrow, as the waves are slowly starting to get smaller. However, today is too dangerous. The High Surf Advisory remains in effect. Extremely powerful waves, currents, and undertow are creating hazardous ocean conditions. Winds are also very strong with gusts over 40 mph blowing straight out to sea. Expected partly sunny skies with scattered showers.

Ka’anapali: 5.5

—> Because of ongoing relief efforts, please be extremely mindful in this zone.

The waves are much smaller but still present, and currents remain very strong. Winds are strong as well, adding strength to the currents. The south face of Black Rock is offering good wind protection; please be extra cautious as currents are very strong near and past the outer rock tip. Kahekili is looking good, but has shore-breaking waves and currents are already very strong in deeper water.

South Shore: 8.0

Fantastic snorkeling conditions this morning! The waves are small, and winds are calm. There’s a slight chance winds could get strong enough this afternoon to create rough seas. Kamaole 1, 2 & 3, Ulua Beach, and Makena Landing are all very calm. Possible small areas of murky water to avoid. Even on calm days, currents become incredibly strong farther out from shore. Sunshine is expected.


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