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Welcome Aboard!

Enjoy a beautiful sunset on the ocean sailing aboard a spacious 65 ft. Catamaran.

 

A fundraiser for KAʻEHU and the

Mālama ‘Ae Kai Program; with 

Jean-Michel Cousteau & Ocean Futures Society on the island of Maui,

July 14th from

5:00pm to 7:30pm(Sunset)

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The Trip includes opening remarks by

Jean-Michel Cousteau,

tasty locally- and culturally-inspired appetizers & deserts,

live Hawaiian Music, and premium bar & drinks

All while taking in the unobstructed views of Kaho’olawe and Lana’i.

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Pupu's

  • Kalua Pork

  • Mini-laulau

  • Poisson Cru (Polynesian Ceviche)

  • Crab Cakes

  • Coconut Shrimp

  • Green Papaya Salad

  • Ginger Tofu Lettuce Wrap

  • Charcuterie Board - Meats, Cheese, Olives

Desert

  • Mo's Lilikoi Cheesecake

  • Haupia

Menu - *Subject to change*

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 General Tickets 

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 VIP Tickets 

VIP Tickets INCLUDE

  • Pre-boarding with VIP group

  • VIP group to exit first

  • VIP Seating

  • Meet & Greet with Jean-Michel Cousteau 1 KAʻEHU Swag Bag

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Mahalo to our sponsors!

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About Mālama 'Ae Kai

KAʻEHU is a nonprofit organization that coordinates youth and community programs that are culturally-grounded, integrated with STEM-grounded classes. We understand the importance and wisdom of traditional Hawaiian land and ocean stewardship practices, which is grounded in science and easily translates to modern STEM approaches to climate change and shoreline restoration. Working with over 2,500 students, community members, scientists and experts, we have been
fortunate to have the training and educational workshops to empower the Maui community with the skills and tools to manage their most precious natural resources.


After hearing about their successful youth programs, we are excited to announce their partnership with Jean-Michel Cousteau and the Ocean Futures Society creating the Mālama 'Ae Kai (Coastal Caretakers) program to help restore Kaʻehu Bay. Jean-Michel Cousteau and OFS will work with our staff and team of scientists over the next 3 years to help restore the coral reefs, marine life, shoreline and coastal wetlands. Mālama 'Ae Kai (Coastal Caretakers) will be "Integrating Traditional Hawaiian Stewardship Practices and Modern Scientific Approaches to climate change and shoreline restoration.

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