Hawaii Superferry to resume service

Posted by stephen on April 4, 2008

Hawaii Superferry has announced it will resume service between Oahu and Maui starting Monday, April 7. The interisland ferry has been out of service since February 13 for repairs and maintenance. It was scheduled to be in dry dock until April 22, but its return was urged after Aloha Airlines halting all passenger service due to bankruptcy.

Hawaii Superferry said it will be taking reservations for the Kahului, Maui service with special fares available through June 5.

Hawaii Superferry’s single ship, the “Alakai”, is capable of transporting up to 866 passengers and 282 subcompact cars. The 349-foot catamaran features floor-to-ceiling windows offering panoramic views, sofas and family seating, and flat-screen TVs and video games.

The company plans to double its fleet with a second identical ship, scheduled for completion in 2009.


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