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Maui - Oahu Ferry
HPONOLULU - Hawaii Superferry today announces that there will be a second weekly trip between Maui and Oahu from Friday, May 9th. In the afternoons the trip takes place on Sundays, Mondays, Wednesday and Fridays. Bookings for afternoons are now open and are available for the latest special rates of $39 for one-way passengers and $55 for one-way passengers renewed for trips until June.
"Our clients who want to travel later in the morning will enjoy an afternoons' trip," said the Hawaii Superferry Chairman and Chief Executive Officer. "The second round trips will also be to the advantage of our business clients, giving them the chance to come back the same evening and reach their market more flexibly.
Since our announcement of the restart of our ministry on March 27th, the pre-orders are very good. Complementing our midday sail will give our inhabitants greater opportunity to meet and greet their loved ones during the coming commemoration weekends and summer". From May 9th, the second trip leaves Honolulu at 15:30, arrives in Kahului at 19:00, leaves Kahului at 20:00 and arrives in Honolulu at 23:00. The mornings trip will resume its dayly flight plan at 6:30.
In Kahului at 9:30 a.m.; departure from Kahului at 11:00 a.m. and arrival in Honolulu at 14:00 p.m. The planned arrival time is subject to authorization by the Stadtwerke Commission.
Travelling between hawaiian islands update
In the last few years, the way of jumping on islands has been changing. Go! and Aloha left the shop and left two less carriers. The Hawaii Superferry then turned its motors and added the ferry between Oahu and Maui, but now it is upset because it has never carried out an environmental declaration. Airline companies continue to be a reliable partner for fast inter-island journeys and there are still many possibilities.
The Hawaiian Airlines (website: Hawaiianair.com) provides the most immediate Honolulu International (HNL) jets to all other isles. However, if you are leaving from another isle, you will probably need to make a connection in Honolulu. and the OneWorld partnership. Air travel from the continental area to the neighbouring isles is more frequent, which in the end will save most of the effort and effort.
Please review the web pages of these airlines: Commute companies are a more relaxed option. Since these carriers fly smaller aircraft (e.g. propeller aircraft or jumper puddles), they do not use the major airports' terminal facilities. So you can reduce your travelling times without disrupting the simple isolated atmosphere you've worked so much for.
The commuter carriers include: Iceland Air, headquartered in Honolulu (website: islandair.com) runs 37-seater Dash 8 turboprops. Situated in Kona (website: mokuleleairlines.com), Mokulele Airline runs 9-seater Cessna 208B Grand Caravan turboprope. As well as preventing TSA and more straightforward flight between neighbouring islands, they operate at lower elevations than jet aircrafts and offer travellers incomparable vistas of the beautiful Hawaiian countryside - unspoilt coasts, stunning mountain peaks, freezing streams, thundering falls and thundering cetaceans.
A stopover with a commute air carrier could replace a very expensive one. Updated: As of June 30, 2009 the Superferry has sank. She filing for bankruptcy shelter in May and now wants to discard the two high-speed catamarans and leave Hawaii' taxpayer on the hooks for a cold $50 million in port upgrades to accommodate them (read reclap of how the Superferry sank).
Hawaii Supferry (HSF website: hawaiisuperferry.com) takes a 4-hour drive between Honolulu, Oahu and Kahului, Maui twice a days if the wheather permits. Seasick meds are a good concept, even if you don't think you'll need them. Between Maui and Molokai (which means "crazy fishermen") the Pailolo Canal is one of the most windy and rugged of the islands.
One of the lowest canals between Molokai and Oahu, the Ka'iwi Canal is up to 2300 ft deep, and rolls with more than 20 ft of swell. You will miss the landscape and will be particularly ill at sea. There are other useful information on how to get around the city: the following are just some of the articles: