Give back to Maui and lend a hand mauka to makai with Trilogy.
54' sloop rigged sailing catamaran
Built: 2000, Pacific Rim Yachts, Aberdeen, WA
Sails: 1,200 sq. ft. working sails, custom spinnaker
Specs: 54' x 30', Draft @ DWL 4'
Capacity: Normal working capacity 55
Crew: Captain, 1st mate, 2nd mates as needed
Other Info: Twin 350 hp. Yanmar diesel engines, two electric heads, covered cabin, cushioned seating, large galley, netting forward, custom swim steps forward, twin swim steps aft, full electronics, AC/DC.
Blue‘Aina’s objective is to clean up and maintain Maui’s reefs and surrounding lands, educate the community through classes and citizen science, and raise money and lend volunteer support to local non-profits. Registration for water-based clean ups is $30.
Please refer to our blog for our calendar of upcoming Blue 'Aina reef cleanup events.
JULY 12th - Land Based Fundraiser
Non-Profit Recipient: Hui O Ka Wai Ola
Corporate Sponsor: Dog & Duck Irish Pub (Kihei)
Timing of Event: 7:00pm - 10:00pm
This charity trivia night is FREE to play, and the top 3 teams will take home some awesome prizes! So put your thinking caps on, and come join us for an evening of fun, all for a great cause. No reservations required!
Blue Aina reef cleanup program - Trilogy parters with Surfrider Foundation to clean-up reefs around Maui
Maintaining day use mooring - For all boats in Maui county (helps save the reefs)
Eliminating overboard discharge - Trilogy is the first company in Hawaii to retrofit its boats to pump all waste onshore
Our Trilogy family takes seriously the responsibility of supporting our local Maui community and has a strong commitment to preserving our ocean and island environment. Learn more about Trilogy's involvement with the Community & Environment.
Trilogy adheres to DOLPHIN SMART Guidelines: All photos and videos were taken while viewing from a responsible distance. The dolphins or whales in these photos and videos approached the boat while the engines were in neutral or off. All underwater photos and videos of dolphins and whales were taken with a remote device while following guidelines for responsible viewing. More information on Dolphin SMART