Hawaiian Cruises From Honolulu

January 11, 2012

Hawaiian Cruises From Honolulu

Hawaiian cruises from Honolulu are pretty hard to come by as only one cruise line offers them, and that it, drum roll… Norwegian Cruise Lines! Not only do they offer Hawaii cruises from Honolulu, they also offer their cruisers the best deals, as they have their “Best Price Gaurantee” which states that when you buy your ticket, you have 48 hours to try and find a better price on the same type of trip, which if you do then you get to choose from either a re-price where you cruise vacation will be set at the lower cost, or get 110 percent of whatever the difference was between Norwegian’s price and the competitors price in the form of onboard credit!

Norwegian Hawaiian Crusies From Honolulu Itineraries

Norwegian cruises has desiganted their Pride of America cruise ship to be their tour ship for cruising the Hawaiian Islands from Honolulu, which prices as of 2012 range from; $999 for inside cabins, $1099 for oceanview rooms, $1519 for a balcony room as well as $2449 for the suites. All of the Pride of America’s itineraries consist of 7 day round trip cruises, which the departure port is Honolulu and the ports of call, or places they visit consist of Kona, Maui, Kauai as well as Hilo. The Pride of America Honolulu has at least one departure date and usually 4, every single month, offering a wide range of choices for when you want to take your cruise vacation, all of which depart from the Aloha Tower Market Place Pier.

The Pride of America offers guests an experience unlike any other cruise ship on the water, with their “Island Hopping” cruises of Hawaii. With a massive American flag-like design streaked down each side of the ship, you will know that you have arrived on the only ship that cruises “under th American flag”, the first ship to do so in over 50 years! The ship itself offers a guest experience the consists of:

  • An all American style design with pictures of American cars and US buildings, California Gold Rsh as well a monuements of some of the most favored US sites like the Washington Monument.
  • The Madara Spa offer rejevenative spa services.
  • A Hollywood Theater offering award winning shows.
  • Kumu Cultural Center that essentially introduces guests to the culture of Hawaii through the likes of displays as well as classes.
  • Entertainment and fun that consists of magicians, unicycle jugglers, live music, museum showcases, pools and hot tubs, a golf driving net, an arcade, card room, basketball and volleyball courts and a gyrosphere among much more.
  • The American Library offering guests a great selection of books to read.
  • A chapel for those looking to tie the knot or even have their vows renewed.
  • A tropical conservatory.
  • A state of the art fitness center as well as a jogging trailing for those looking to stay fit on their Hawaiian Islands cruise from Honolulu.
  • Kids and teen programs, allowing parents time to sneak away to one of the 9 different bars and lounges.
  • Their “Lifestyles Room” offering a quiet area for reading as well as the Internet Center offering wireless connection.
  • 14 different restaurants that include; Japanese, Italian, French, American Cusine, a steakhouse, 24 hour pizzza delivery, cafe’s and cusines and more.

The Pride of America is again the only cruise ship offering Hawaiian cruises out of Honolulu where the itinerary is dedicated to just Hawaiian locations. Two other cruise lines offer Hawaiian cruises from Honolulu, both Celebrity Cruises and Royal Caribbean Cruises but end up either being one way or venture on to other exotic locations where the cruise lasts over a couple of weeks. For even more information on cruise lines that offer cruise ships that cruise the Hawaiian Islands, check out the following link: Hawaiian Cruises.

Category: Hawaiian Cruises

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