Polynesia Line, established in 1967, was initially developed around the tuna business out of Pago Pago in American Samoa. Over the intervening years the business has grown and now Polynesia Line provides one of the most comprehensive ocean transportation services between US West Coast and Tahiti, American Samoa, Western Samoa and the wider Pacific Islands, including Micronesia. The Company operates a fortnightly frequency with direct ports of call in Los Angeles, Oakland, Papeete, Apia and Pago Pago. Transhipment to Nuku'alofa via Apia and feeder service between Hawaii and California and Washington state and California.
Polynesia Line also owns a 50% interest in Polynesia Shipping Services (Pago Pago) and Polynesia Shipping Services (Apia).