Our connection has been serving Hawaii since 1882 and is recognized throughout the state as the Islands’ premier ocean carrier. Their role in the economic development of Hawaii has been significant. Its famed passenger liners and Waikiki hotels were instrumental in the development of tourism in the beginning of the last century. In the 1950s, they revolutionized shipping services to Hawaii when it introduced containerization in the Pacific.
Today, service to Hawaii is distinguished by the following features:
The Best Service Frequency To and From the U.S. Mainland
Offers seven arrivals from the West Coast to Hawaii every 14 days, more than any other carrier.
Their schedule includes twice weekly service from Northern California.
From Southern California, twice-weekly service, with direct sailings from Long Beach to Honolulu every Saturday and Wednesday.
In addition, they provides weekly Saturday departures from the Pacific Northwest.
Dedicated Neighbor Island Fleet
Frequent, reliable schedules extend to each of the major ports of Hawaii’s Neighbor Islands: Kahului, Maui; Nawiliwili, Kauai; and Hilo and Kawaihae on the Big Island of Hawaii. Service is also available to the islands of Molokai and Lanai.