OAHU TO MAUI FERRY
HAWAII’S ONLY PASSENGER AND VEHICLE FERRY
Welcome! This site is in memory of Hawaii Superferry. It serves as a reminder of the interisland transportation choices Hawaii briefly enjoyed. Hawaii Superferry planned to sail between Honolulu, Oahu and Maui and was seen as an alternative to Hawaii interisland flights from Oahu to Maui. The Hawaii Superferry stopped service between Maui and Oahu in 2009 and many in Hawaii wish they would return as a Hawaii Ferry option. Feel free to browse the Hawaii Superferry site and imagine what could have been.
HAWAII FERRY OPTIONS
There are two interisland passenger ferries operating in Hawaii: the Molokai Ferry and the Maui-Lanai Expeditions Ferry. The Molokai Ferry leaves twice a day from Lahaina, Maui, to Molokai. The ferry trip takes 90 minutes. The Maui-Lanai Expeditions Ferry leaves five times a day from Lahaina to Lanai. The ferry trip takes 45 minutes.
HAWAII AIRLINE FLIGHT OPTIONS
Hawaiian Airlines is the oldest interisland airline with the largest interisland fleet and routes, flying to all of the major hawaiian islands.
Southwest Airlines began interisland jet service in 2019. They fly to the islands of Oahu, Maui and Hawaii.
‘Ohana Airlines offers flights to Lanai and Molokai on turboprop planes that seat 48 passengers.
Mokulele Airlines flies to Oahu, Maui, Molokai, Hawaii and Lanai with nine-passenger Cessna Grand Caravan aircraft.