Maalaea Bay - Has a number of different launches to choose from depending on the distance you want to paddle and the conditions
Kihei Run - “Our south side run is pretty epic. It's about a 10 mile run from North Kihei to Makena landing. North wind on the north shore is generally a good indication that the south shore is working. It's a super fun run, small bumps, easy to catch and easy to connect (we call it the ego run). The wind over there, however, is a little more fickle, and can shut down mid run or blow super strong off shore (good to have a rudder).” - Devin Blish
alternate takeouts - Ulua Beach Park (near to “Andaz Wailea”) (2.5 miles shorter), Keawakapu Beach ( also referred to as “Mana Kai” or “Sorento's” (restaurant closed?) (3.5 miles shorter)
Maliko Run - 9.6 miles from Maliko Gulch and ends at Kanaha Beach, the Canoe Club, or in Kahului harbor. Maliko is a very consistent run with the peak months being from June - October. The Maliko run is easily accessible and has a shuttle service that will pick you up and take you to Maliko Gulch allowing for multiple runs per day.
Maui to Moloka'i - Close to 23 miles starting at Flemings Beach on Maui and ending at Kaunakakai Harbor on Molokai. The logistics for this run, such as having a ride back to Maui and the costs that are involved, can make doing this run a challenge, but it's all worth it on a good windy day for a prepared paddler.