Captains 4th of July Dinner Sail

A 4-course dinner menu accompanied by fireworks over Lahaina town, craft cocktails, and sailing!

This tour departs at 5:15 pm

Steak Entree

$169

Fish Entree

$169

Chicken Entree

$169

Vegetarian Pasta

$169

Adults (18+) only for this tour!

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Trilogy II

64' Custom SeaRunner/Cutter rigged sailing catamaran

Built: 2010, Schooner Creek Boat Works, Portland, OR
Sails: 1,950 sq/ft working sails
Specs: 64' x 32', Draft @ DWL 5'
Capacity: Normal working capacity 60 passengers
Crew: Captain, 1st Mate, 2nd Mate, Deckhand
Other Info: Twin 350 hp Yanmar turbo diesel full electronics, covered cabin, netting forward & aft, two heads, large galley, cushioned seating inside and outside.

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Celebrate Independence Day on the water and take in a spectacular display of fireworks in front of historic Lahaina town. TRILOGY II, our spacious and comfortable Ma'alaea based sailing catamaran is the perfect viewing platform to watch the fanfare while enjoying a chef-prepared 4-course dinner menu. Join the Captain and step outside the crowded restaurant scene to relish in the exclusivity of a unique venue with a front row seat to Maui’s legendary firework show! Limited to 20 couples, adults only. 

Conveniently departing out of Ma’alaea Harbor allows you to skip the drive and still enjoy the fireworks. 

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Please note this trip departs out of Ma'alaea Harbor. If you are using GPS please use the following address: 11 Ma'alaea Boat Harbor Road, Wailuku, Hawaii 96793.

Parking:
 Parking is $.50 per hour, please be sure to pay the meter prior to checking in. 

Check-in:  Our Captain will meet you in front of slip #62 at the Maalaea Harbor for check-in. This slip is on the breakwall side of the harbor.

Departure:~ 6:00 pm from Ma'alaea Harbor.

Dinner Menu
Items are subject to change without notice

Appetizers
- Freshly baked breadsticks dusted with Ala'e Sea Salt with Lilikoi Butter
- Smoked Salmon "Wedge", Crispy Pita & Fresh Dill
- Maui Onion Cream Cheese Topped Cucumber
- Tataki-style Beef Tenderloin on Crostini 

Salad
- Trilogy Caesar Salad with Blue Cheese Vinaigrette 

Dinner Options
(Select One)
 All dinner options are served a swirl of Molokai Sweet and Buttermilk Mashed Potatoes & Sautéed Seasonal Maui Vegetables
- Pan Seared Fresh Rosemary & Garlic Crusted Top Sirloin Steak
- Fire-Grilled Citrus Thyme Chicken Breast
- Fresh Caught Island Fish Sautéed topped with a Lemon Butter Caper Sauce*
- Penne Pasta Tossed with Thai Basil Marinara & Topped with Portobello Mushroom (Vegetarian) 

*Trilogy is a conservation partner with Monterey Bay Aquarium's Seafood Watch, and proudly serves sustainably caught seafood. 

Dessert
- Trio of Lilikoi Cheesecake, Fresh Island Fruit, and Dark Chocolate Truffles

PREMIUM BAR
Moloka‘i Mule, Lana‘i Tai, Maui Brew Co.’s Bikini Blonde Lager, Kona Brewing Co.'s Big Wave Golden Ale, Prosecco, Sauvignon Blanc, & Pinot Noir. *For guests 21 and over with valid ID

Return to Ma'alaea: ~ 9:30pm

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Bring a jacket or sweatshirt & we recommend deck shoes or rubber-soled shoes. We only accept credit cards for any onboard upgrades and/or purchases. 

suncreen

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For groups larger than 20, consider a private charter

Your Ticket Price Goes Towards

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

Environment & Community

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