Expeditions Ferry

Expeditions Ferry

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Expeditions Ferry – Lanai Roundtrip Tickets

Rated 4.2 out of 5
(4.2)

$60.00 $53.95 BOOK NOW

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Expeditions is the only Lanai ferry service between Maui and Lanai. This is a basic service that offers no transportation once you arrive on Lanai. However, Lanai features a trolley system that is compatible with the arrival and departure times of Expeditions. An all-day trolley pass runs about $10.00. You can purchase the pass at Lahaina Harbor when checking in for the ferry.

Once you arrive on Lanai you can explore Hulopoe beach (The same beach that Trilogy uses) for a fraction of the cost. Have lunch at the Four Seasons or take the trolley into Lanai City. Here you will find a quaint plantation town that is a memory of “Old Hawaii”. Laid back and slow. A little further up the road is the Lodge at Keole and the natural beauty of upcountry Lanai. The Lanai Ferry also provides service to the two world-class golf courses on the island.

From sunny white sand beaches to the mist covered forest of Keole, you will discover paradise on Lanai.

MORE INFO:

The Private Island:
Lanai also called The Pineapple Island is privately owned. The newest owner is Larry Ellison, the founder of Oracle. Since he purchased the island in 2012, the improvements are moving ahead at a rapid rate. These include the harbor, roadways, hotels, golf courses and just about everything else. One of the major goals of the improvements on Lanai is keeping its rural lifestyle. Lanai is private and the locals are intent on keeping that way.

If you would like us to assist you with making your reservations or you have questions, please give us a call at 855-268-0387.

THINGS TO KNOW:

Advance Reservations Required!

Guidelines:
Valid Photo ID is required.
First and last name is required for every guest.

Expeditions Maui to Lanai Ferry is governed by Homeland Security. First and last names of all passengers are required. If you do not provide this information when placing this reservation, Expeditions will not accept the booking.

Terms & Conditions:

This activity can be changed (based on availability) free. You can also cancel the activity with a 15% cancellation fee (covers the processing fees) at any time up to 48 hours before its scheduled start. The activity is 100% non-refundable within 48 hours of the check-in time.

Weather related cancellations by Expeditions are 100% refundable

TIPS:

Wear a swimsuit if you plan on visiting the beach below the Manele Hotel.
Don’t forget the sunscreen.
Bring water & cash or credit card for the trolley.

You can purchase an all-day trolley pass for $10.00 dollars per person.

Other Activity Options by Expeditions: Expeditions – Lanai Jeep Excursion with Ferry, Expeditions – Lanai Sporting ClaysExpeditions – Lanai Trekker Tours

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Expeditions Ferry to Lanai

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per Adult $53.95

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Location: Lahaina Harbor – Public Loading Dock
GPS: 675 Wharf St. Lahaina, Hawaii 96761

Available Days:
Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday
Closed on ALL Major Holidays.

Times:
Lahaina Departures: 6:45am, 9:15am, 12:45pm, 3:15pm, 5:45pm
Manele Bay Departures: 8:00am, 10:30am, 2:00pm, 4:30pm, 6:45pm

Check-in 30 minutes prior to event time.


total Duration:
45 Minutes Each Way

Need Help?

855-268-0387

Reviews

Review Summary

Rated 4.2 out of 5
(4.2)
Expeditions Maui-Lanai Ferry
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4.2 out of 5 stars

Todd Grunow
Todd Grunow

5 out of 5 stars

posted 2 weeks ago

This was such a great experience! If your considering going to Lanai, not only is Lanai absolutely stunning and the snorkeling amazing, but I highly recommend taking a ride on Expeditions Maui-Lanai Ferry. It was like we were on a whale watching trip too, since there were whales breaching all around us.

Joe Konkel
Joe Konkel

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

This is a walk on ferry. Every time my family and I ride the crew is very courteous. The captains like to leave promptly so be on time

Harry Harrisson
Harry Harrisson

5 out of 5 stars

posted 5 months ago

We drove from Wailea to catch a ride over to Lanai and check out the Lanai Cat Sanctuary. Upon arrival we were greeted at the ticket booth and confirmed our arrival. The ship and it's crew are very fast and agile when it comes to docking and loading. There is seating on the top deck for persons who want to sit outside. There is also seating underneath as well as on top (located in a closed location). The ferry ride was very pleasant. Choppy waters at some times but overall a very enjoying ride. You are greeted by shuttle drivers as you dock in Lanai. The ship was in almost perfect shape.

Paige Aufderheide
Paige Aufderheide

3 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

We traveled from Maui to Lenai and back. The boat was very clean, and it was a good trip going out. But there was a couple of things that bothered me. One, I'm 7 months pregnant with a toddler. I did not know how severe the water can be, and it gets EXTREMELY choppy. To the point where the boat literally goes flying in the air and it feels like you're going to tip over (dont worry though. You wont. The boat is made for this). If you are pregnant, with little kids, or easily seasick, do not sit on the top and make sure you grab a few puke bags before you sit down, because they only put them on one side of the cabin and you cant get up when the boat is rocking that hard. Two, my in laws sat up top, and their butts literally left the seats. They were soaked and they said it was super rough, and there are no deaths belts. So it's really not a great place for little ones. My son would have gone flying if he was sitting on someone's lap up there.
Other than that, it was neat. We saw whales and Lenai was cool. But dont be an idiot like me and decide to go out on an extremely windy day with your child while pregnant so you can puke everywhere. It will put a damper on your day and make everyone else's less exciting.

Marc Logalbo
Marc Logalbo

5 out of 5 stars

posted 2 weeks ago

Great ride and services ! Wife and pup loved it ....and got to see whales !!!

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