Explore the Island of Lanai
TRAVEL UPDATE: ALL PASSENGERS MUST SHOW UP ONE HOUR PRIOR TO DEPARTURE TIME, FACE COVERINGS ARE MANDATORY AT ALL TIMES.
Only the following ferries are running, 0645AM/315PM from Lahaina and 0800AM/430PM from Lana`i, Monday’s, Wednesday’s and Friday’s until further notice. Also ALL activities, beach park and CAMPING on the Island are suspended until further notice. See Restrictions Below.
For 3 decades EXPEDITIONS has been providing the most reliable, affordable transportation between the islands of Maui and Lanai. Local residents and visitors alike enjoy their short trip across the Auau Channel (Approximately One Hour) aboard Expeditions fast, United States Coast Guard certified vessels.
Aboard Expeditions you’ll enjoy spectacular views of Maui County, including the islands of Maui, Lanai, Molokai and Kahoolawe. On a clear day you may even see the Big Island of Hawaii, and during the season (January – April) you’ll marvel at the record number of Humpback whales we share the ocean with during our voyage.
Expeditions will also help you plan your day or overnight stay on Lanai, offering you an exclusive variety of “Explore Lanai” Packages including jeep rentals, horseback riding, sporting clays, guided 4×4 trekker tours and more!
Check out this video by “ALOHA STOKED” – Lanai Adventure! Garden of the Gods
Inability to Sail
In the event that the vessel is unable to sail due to weather, sea, emergency, mechanical breakdown or other unforeseen conditions, Carrier will attempt to notify Passengers and Shippers who have given telephone contact information at the time of booking of the inability to sail. Carrier also will attempt to notify Passengers and Shippers of the inability to sail at the Port of Origin.
When the Vessel’s inability to sail is due to reasons other than weather or sea conditions, Carrier may provide, at its sole discretion, a United States Coast Guard Certified substitute Vessel for all or portions of its sailing schedule as Carrier deems appropriate.
If a voyage is underway and the Carrier, through its Vessel Captain, determines that it is not advisable to complete the Voyage to the Port of Destination, the Vessel may return to the Port of Origin or may land at another port on the Island of the Port of Destination. If the Vessel returns to the Port of Origin, Passenger and Shipper may elect to travel on a later Voyage between the same ports on a space-available basis on that day or may elect to cancel the booking and receive a refund from Carrier, which refund will be mailed to Passenger or Shipper at a mailing address to be provided to Passenger or Shipper within thirty (30) days from the date of election. If the Vessel lands at another port on the island of the Port of Destination, Carrier shall arrange for land transportation of Passengers, Shippers and Parcels from the alternate port to the Port of Destination.