Atlantis Submarine – Maui Value Pass
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Atlantis Submarines has added more ways to have fun on Maui with this unique combo pass, the Atlantis Submarines Maui Value Pass. One ticket, four Maui activities. The Atlantis Submarines Maui Value Pass includes Atlantis Submarines, Maui Ocean Center, The Maui Tropical Plantation and the Bailey House Museum. The only activity you need to schedule is the Maui Submarine ride, the other three you’ll be given a pass for and can go as you please. Atlantis Submarines Hawaii issues the passes for the Maui Ocean Center, Tropical Plantation, and the Bailey House Museum when you check in for the submarine.
Atlantis Submarine Tour:
Your Maui submarine ride takes you 125 feet beneath the ocean, exploring a sunken ship and massive reef. The entire journey expands on the sensitive nature of Maui’s reefs and marine life. It’s a thrilling opportunity to see the world from underwater, the last frontier. The dive lasts for about 45-minutes. It’s a wonderful Maui activity for families and seniors.
Lights wrap around the outside of the submarine. They light up the reef like a ballpark. The entire journey is narrated. Atlantis has large viewing portals that are a three-foot circle. They are spaced about 12 inches apart. Each window has a fish identification card, so you can identify what you are looking at. The seating is two rows, one on each side facing the windows. The seats are a bit tight but comfortable.
Maui Ocean Center:
The aquarium is open daily from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm. Reservations are not necessary. The Maui Ocean Center is mainly known for their one-million-gallon tank that you can walk into by way of a glass tunnel. It’s pretty fascinating. Other exhibits are and indoor aquarium that features species of fish that can only be found in Hawaii. There are some outside exhibits that feature Manta Rays, Green Sea Turtles and a Surge pool. My favorite is the Jelly Fish exhibit inside the main building.
The Maui Ocean Center offers lectures throughout the day that emphasizes the environmental impact of global warming and how it harms the reefs not just in Maui, but around the world.
Maui Tropical Plantation:
Located in Wailuku, the Maui Tropical Plantation offers a glimpse into what plantation life was during the Plantation Days of Maui. There are some interesting cultural kiosks on the property. Your tickets include a tram ride through the Plantation that shares agriculture that at one time was a staple of the Plantation Days. It’s a fun ride. Plenty of Aloha. Reservations for the tram ride are not necessary. The tram operates daily on a schedule, so all you have to do is show up.
The Baily House Museum:
Located in Wailuku, the Bailey House is opened during the week days from 9:00am to 5:00pm. Reservations are not necessary. The museum is an opportunity to look back in time at how Maui was during the Missionary Days. There are quite a few interesting artifacts, stories and cultural information available at the Bailey House Museum. I have found the museum offers a lot of insight on the religious beginnings in Maui and how religion was introduced in Maui during the 19th century. Religion played an important role in the development of culture during this timeframe of Maui’s history.
There is a trick to enjoying all these activities. Atlantis is the only scheduled activity and located in Lahaina. The Maui Ocean Center, Topical Plantation and the Baily House Museum are in Central Maui. They are all pretty close to each other. The three do it yourself activities can be done all in one day, or spread out over several days. How you plan them, depends on where you are staying. Visitors staying on the West Side, may want to consider, including these when they have something already planned for that side of the island. We all know that the Honoapiilani Highway can be busy and slow to a crawl. To take advantage of time by reducing the time spent driving from the West Side to Central Maui, incorporate them into something you already are planning on doing.
South side visitors have an advantage as the roads are not as congested. All of them except the submarine are basically close. You can plan them as you choose, but it’s best to combine them to maximize your time.
Through the years, we have found that this type of planning will help you enjoy them, without stressing or feeling like you are strapped for time. If you don’t plan them, there is a chance a portion of the Maui Value Pass will not be used. Plan ahead and have fun.
Tip of the Day:
Wear a dark shirt.
Bring a camera
It’s best to turn off the flash. It reflects in the window
Atlantis does not provide any food during the submarine ride.
Restrictions for Atlantis Submarines Maui Value Pass:
Must do Atlantis Frist
Atlantis issues the passes for the other events.
Must be 36″ Tall & Able to Descend Steep Ladder
Atlantis Submaries Maui Value Pass
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Meet Location: Logo store – Atlantis Submarines – Pioneer Inn – Lahaina
GPS: 658 Wharf Street, Lahaina 96761
Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday
Children must be at least 36″ tall to ride submarine
48 Hour Cancellation Policy
9:00am, 10:00am, 12:00pm, 1:00pm and 2:00pm.
Check-in 30 minutes prior to activity start time.
Total Duration: 90 minutes
The Maui Value Pass is an exciting combo package that combines four different events into one low price. Combining the Atlantis Submarine, Maui Ocean Center, Maui Tropical Plantation and the Bailey House Museum you will stretch your vacation dollars and you can visit all of them with the Maui Value Pass.
Overall the hype is overrated. Was expecting a little more from the experience for the premium we had to pay which was over $100 a person.
It started out with a 10 -15 min boat ride to middle of the ocean where the submarine was located. I'm glad the host (Steve) was funny with his corny punch lines and 'Dad' jokes. Once we arrived to the location of the submarine, we waited for the sub to surface which was pretty cool to see. We had to wait for the previous group to board onto our boat and then we boarded. The layout of the sub is 2 entrances on the top - one in the front and and the other on the back. Inside the sub were 2 rows of seats - one of the port and the other facing the starboard side. (I think it could for fit up to 40 people but we had 28 people in our group). Once ready, we submerged to 100ft deep and started the tour - that's where everything went mediocre. Also, the viewing windows are positioned too low and the person had to lean over and stick their neck awkwardly to get a good view out of the window. Don't get me wrong, we saw fish, coral reef, a sunken ship but it got boring really quick. We made 5 stops in the ocean which lasted approximately 90 mins.
It's a submarine, need I say more but I will. Watching the sub sink and touching the ocean floor was two memorable moments. The staff was friendly and seemed to enjoy their jobs, as they should. This is worth a visit, pictures and a good boat ride to the submarine was also an added bonus. Enjoy🤗😊
This tour was really cool. Went 130' deep! We saw a shark, sting ray's and tons of other fish. The tour guide we had was very knowledgeable and had a good sense of humor. The boat and the sub were very clean.
My husband and I did this April 2019 it was awesome!!! The crew is very entertaining and we even learned something. I also loved the awareness the crew provided about corrals declining so we as humans can fix what we have ruined. Overall a great experience for all ages it's not as scary as it may seem so give it a try.
This was one of my kids' very favorite parts of our Maui vacation! It was near for me as I can't scuba dive so I wouldn't have had the opportunity to be that deep otherwise. The crew is fun and friendly and really make the whole experience fun and memorable 😊