Honolulu - Hawaii Superferry announced today that beginning Monday, March 2, all passenger fares will be $39 each way. The $39 one-way fare is available for travel through January 3, 2010.
“Hawaii Superferry remains an affordable way for families to travel inter-island,” said Hawaii Superferry’s Vice President of Sales & Marketing. “With this fare available through the end of this year, customers can plan vacations and family visits throughout the year, loading up their car with all of their gear for a weekend of camping on one trip and for a family birthday party on another visit.”
The $39 fare is a flat rate for adults, military personnel, seniors and children. Infants under two years of age travel free. Passengers who book 14 days in advance will save an additional $5 per person. One-way vehicle fares from $57, which includes the fuel surcharge amount. These one-way passenger and vehicle fares do not include applicable taxes and fees. Peak pricing is applicable on certain travel days.
Customers are encouraged to visit the website for the latest schedules and fares and to make their reservations online. Customers may also make reservations by calling from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. HST, seven days a week.
Hawaii Superferry’s ship, the Alakai, seats up to 800 passengers and carries approximately 200 vehicles. Visit our website for more information, arrival and departure times, and to learn what passengers can bring aboard, accessibility, and other information.