Maui Beaches Weather - Surf & Wind Forecast

Maui beaches surf and wind conditions vary on different sides of the island.

Trade winds come from the northeast, so the north and east sides of the Hawaiian islands get a lot more rain, wind and high waves (surf) than the west and south sides.

Maui beaches on the 'leeward' (west) side of the island tend to have less waves - better for swimmers, but not so good for surfers.

These Maui Beaches Surf & Wind Forecast maps from Hawaii Beach Safety list today's beach safety warnings caused by factors such as wind or surf conditions.

View a detailed Maui Surf Report (opens a new browser window to a different website)

West Maui Beach Hazard Forecast

West Maui beaches include J.T. Fleming Beach and Hanakao'o Beach.

View this west Maui beach map and text on its original page at Hawaii Beach Safety (opens a new browser window to a different website).





South Maui Beach Hazard Forecast

South Maui beaches (Kihei shore) include Kamaole Beach and Makena Beach.

View this south Maui beach map and text on its original page at Hawaii Beach Safety (opens a new browser window to a different website).





North Maui Beach Hazard Forecast

North Maui beaches include Kanaha Beach, Baldwin Beach, and Ho'okipa Beach.

View this north Maui beach map and text on its original page at Hawaii Beach Safety (opens a new browser window to a different website).





My Maui Beach Pages

Maui Beaches Overview
West Maui Beaches
Fleming Beach Park
Kapalua Bay Beach
Kaanapali Beach
South Maui Beaches
Wailea Beach
Maui Beach Weather Forecast
Road to Hana Beaches
Maui Black Sand Beach
Hamoa Beach
Activity Beaches
Maui Snorkeling Beaches
Maui Whale Watching Beaches



Return to Maui Beaches from Maui Beaches Weather

Snorkel Trips
All Maui Snorkel Trips

Molokini Snorkel Trips Only

West Maui

Kaanapali Beach

Honolua Bay area is the most common snorkel destination, a few boats to Lanai.

Sailing Catamaran Gemini

Hula Girl Luxury Catamaran

Sailing Catamarans Teralani 2 & 3

Rafts - Sailing Catamarans Trilogy Excursions also SNUBA

Wakeboard boat Wake Maui

Mala Boat Ramp

Lanai island is the usual snorkel destination

Captain Steve's Rafting

Ocean Riders rigid raft

Lahaina Harbor

Lanai island is the usual snorkel destination

Hawaii Ocean Rafting

Maui Adventure Cruises rigid raft

Raft - Powered Catamarans Pacific Whale Foundation

Fast Cataraman Paragon Sailing Charters

Racing Yacht

Sailing Catamarans - Raft - Trilogy Excursions Picnic Snorkel

Central Maui

Maalaea Harbor

Molokini island is the most common snorkel destination, may combine stops at areas described as 'Coral Gardens' and 'Turtle Town', especially if strong trade winds

Powered Catamaran Aloha Blue Charters optional fishing

Motorboat Aqua Adventure Charters mostly SNUBA

Four Winds II Catamaran - glass bottom viewing

Fast Power Catamaran Friendly Charters - Lani Kai

Frogman Power Catamaran

Cabin Cruiser Leilani

Mahana Nai'a Power Catamaran

Power Catamaran Maui Magic may include La Perouse Bay and dolphins

Power Catamarans - Rafts Pacific Whale Foundation

Paragon Sailing Charters Fast Catamarans

Budget Power Catamaran Pride of Maui

Quicksilver Charters Power Catamaran

Trilogy Excursions Sailing Catamaran

South Maui

Kihei Boat Ramp

These speedy small Zodiac style boats combine Molokini with secluded areas like the Kanaio Coast and LaPerouse Bay

Blue Water Rafting

Redline Rafting

Sea Fire

Private Charter luxury speed boat Wailea Boating Company

Makena Beach Resort

Sailing Catatmaran Kai Kanani Molokini - Kanaio Coast - LaPerouse Bay

Scuba Diving
Maui Scuba Diving