Expeditions – Lanai Sporting Clays
There are few gun shops on Maui and fewer places to practice shooting. Expeditions has created a sporting clay package for the avid hunter, shooter or gun enthusiast. Nestled in the forest above Keole, the range is one of a kind. Lanai sporting clays offers a 14-station shooting course that will test the skill level of even the avid shooter. Targets are launched simulating the flight patterns of a variety of fowl such as ducks, doves, pheasants. Recently added to the course are rabbit run patterns. Experienced shooters will marvel at the diverse angles and target directions from the 6 high towers along the course. The course also features five stand smaller shooting area for beginners that offers 8 targets and a skeet field with nine shooting stations. Skeet shooting is one of the three major disciplines of competitive clay pigeon shooting and features targets lobbed from several fixed locations both high and low. If you are a first-time shooter you will be fitted with a shotgun that is based on your size and weight to minimize recoil. Another unique feature with Lanai sporting clays is that you can also schedule gun safety courses that include etiquette, instruction, gun awareness and course rules. Shooters will be fitted for use guns by the heritage brand Beretta. Sporting lays on Lanai are just one of the many varieties of Maui activities that can be enjoyed. For gun enthusiasts, it’s a dream come true as now you can enjoy a competitive and exciting day of hiking through the forests of Lanai all the while enjoying your favorite sport.
Lanai as an island in Hawaii is far behind the mainstream. With no large harbors or airports to ferry people and good in, Lanai remains as it has for hundreds of years, quiet, remote and rural. Most of the population of Lanai is centered in Lanai City. Of the 2900 residents that call Lanai home 2600 are in Lanai City. At one time during the peak of the pineapple industry on Lanai thousands work the fields living in camps strung across the island.
Valid Photo ID is required.
First and last name is required for every guest.
No children under 8 years old
Expeditions is governed by Homeland Security. First and last names of all passengers are required.
EXPEDITIONS SPORTING CLAYS
- E-Ticket Delivery
- Free cancellation
- No booking or Credit card fees
Meet Location: Public loading dock – Lahaina Harbor.
GPS: 675 Wharf St. Lahaina, Hawaii 96761
48 Hour Cancellation Policy
Advance Reservations Required
Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday
Closed on ALL Major Holidays.
Check-in Lahaina 6:15 am. Depart 6:45 am. Return Manele Ferry 2:00 pm
Check-in Lahaina 8:45 am. Depart 9:15 am. Return Manele Ferry 4:30 pm
Check-in 30 minutes prior to activity start time.
Total Duration: Based on the return ferry departure time. Whatever works best for you.
If I could give this initial experience a 0 or even a negative review I would. Unfortunately google is too kind, so a 1 star experience will suffice. First off, I understand that the ferry is a limited means of travel from Maui to Lana'i so you get what you get. The overall ride was fine, fairly quick, and the crew did a fine job. The one thing that left a sour taste in my mouth, and my family's as well, was the blatant disregard and disrespectful nature of the captain towards another family. Prior to boarding and exiting the ferry, Captain Ron, clearly did not have the "Aloha Spirit". Instead, he degraded the customers by yelling at them and blaming them for holding up the line. He noted that it was their fault for not making a reservation when the crew themselves shared a few minutes prior that customers would be able to buy a ticket aboard. Captain Ron continued to belittle the customer and the child. As a customer wanting to experience the beauty and friendliness of the islands, it was clear to me that Captain Ron had little to no understanding of what that meant. The bottom line is that he was a rude and arrogant bully with no patience for the elderly and children.
we took a day trip to Lanai and loved our ferry ride. the bottom portion of the ferry sells drinks and snacks which made the 45 min trip so fun.
I don't like this ferry they don't let bring chickens on the boat
Very rude and arrogant crew.
This is the ferry that takes you back and forth. You can buy your tickets online and then you have to check in when you get to Lahaina. The ride can be very bumpy if you travel in the afternoon, and you can feel absolutely horrible if you are riding it at night. You lose the horizon, which is awful. Try to go for morning rides. Stay an extra night so you can enjoy drinks while on Lanai!