DISCOVER THE TRUE ESSENCE OF 'ALOHA'

Experience the spirit of ‘Aloha’ on an unforgettable Hawaii cruise.

Fnd yourself embraced by stunning beaches, energised by warm tranquil waters, and immersed in a range of activities catered to both laid-back and adventurous travellers. Whether you choose to explore the Hawaiian islands on an inter-island cruise, a roundtrip sailing to or from the West Coast of America, or on a one-way repositioning cruise, a Hawaii cruise is a dream come true.

Each of Hawaii’s six major islands –  Kauaʻi, Oʻahu, Molokaʻi, Lānaʻi, Maui, and the island of Hawaiʻi –  has its distinct personality, adventures, activities and sights. Obviously, a top attraction is Hawaii’s many breathtaking beaches where you can ride the waves of Hawaii’s legendary swells, explore underwater wonders while snorkelling alongside magnificent green turtles, or embark on a thrilling kayak adventure in the open sea. Hawaii is a nature lovers paradise, with hiking trails, whale-watching, volcanoes and waterfalls galore. And of course, there is also the Hawaiian culture and history, an allure unto itself. Indulge in a traditional luau, revel in vibrant music and dance performances, gain insights into local agriculture, or delve into the history of Pearl Harbour.

Your journey through and around the islands of Hawaii promises to be an unforgettable experience. Get ready to embrace the aloha spirit and discover one of our exclusive cruise packages, tailor-made to provide you with an unforgettable experience. Relax, immerse yourself in the laid-back atmosphere, and let us take care of every detail.

Hawaii Cruise Offers

Fly, Stay, Cruise

Passport to Paradise: Vancouver to Honolulu

  • 04 Oct ‘24
  • 22 nights
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Day Hawaii, South Pacific, New Zealand & Australia

  • 27 Nov ‘25
  • 47 nights
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Grand Hawaii & Polynesia

  • 31 Jan ‘25
  • 32 nights
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Hawaii, Tahiti & South Pacific Crossing

  • 06 Apr ‘24
  • 24 nights
From $5,000 /person pp

Circle Hawaii & Panama Canal Holiday

  • 18 Dec ‘24
  • 31 nights
From $11,599 /person pp

Grand Hawaii & Polynesia

  • 27 Oct ‘24
  • 32 nights
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Glaciers & Volcanos: Alaska To Hawaii

  • 31 Aug ‘25
  • 28 nights
From $8,999 /person pp

Hawaii

  • 28 Apr ‘24
  • 8 nights
From $1,486 /person pp

Cruise Season

With year-round warm weather, there really is no “bad” time of the year to enjoy a Hawaii cruise. Norwegian Cruise Line offers week-long, inter-island itineraries all year on board Pride of America, so you can visit the Hawaiian Islands whenever you want really. If you’re wanting a lengthier voyage, such as a roundtrip itinerary from the west coast of America, your best bet is selecting a cruise between October and April during the dry Summer season. But during Spring and Autumn, as the Alaska season starts and ends, you’ll find fantastic value one-way repositioning cruises available.

Popular Cruise Lines

Hawaii is one of the most sought-after cruise destinations in the world, so it’s not surprising that some of the world’s best cruise lines craft itineraries that include these stunning islands. With a variety of options available, cruising to and around the Hawaiian Islands has never been easier.

Norwegian Cruise Line’s Pride of America offers year-round 7-night round trip itineraries from Honolulu. You can opt for one of our fly-cruise packages and fly directly to Hawaii to embark on this inter-island itinerary. Another possibility is flying to the U.S or Canada and cruise from there. Princess Cruises, Carnival Cruise Line, and Holland America Line are some of the options you can consider for these itineraries. Royal Caribbean and Celebrity Cruises are good options for fantastic repositioning cruises to and from Hawaii in the shoulder seasons.

For those seeking the luxury treatment, Seabourn, Silversea and Oceania are all good options, offering upscale accommodations, all-inclusive amenities and a more intimate cruising experience.

Highlights of Hawaii

Explore Hawaii’s unique take on the popular travel trend known as “forest bathing.” Hawaii offers an exceptional chance to establish a deep connection with mother nature. Lose yourself in the awe-inspiring beauty of Rainbow Falls on the Big Island or indulge in the enchanting ambiance of Hana Rainforest on Maui. Immerse yourself in Hawaii’s abundant flora, with aromatic flowers and fascinating healing plants like māmaki. As you wander amidst the native trees, embrace the opportunity to touch and listen to them, savour the scents carried by the wind, and truly appreciate the sights around you as if you’re witnessing them for the very first time. With each step, you’ll feel your worries melt away and time itself becomes an afterthought. It’s no wonder that Forbes recognises Forest Bathing as one of the top five travel experiences in the world that every adventure-seeking traveler should have on their bucket list.

Waikiki Beach and Diamond Head resorts in Oahu

Diamond Head State Park, Honolulu

Pride of America, Norwegian Cruise Line

Aerial view of Kauai

Kayaking in Oahu

Alii Drive in Kailua Kona on the Big Island of Hawaii

Hawaiian Hula Dancer

Makapu'u Beach in Oahu

Key Ports in Hawaii

⚓ Honolulu, Oahu

Uncover the charm of Honolulu, where captivating history meets breathtaking landscapes. Dive into a world of intrigue at Pearl Harbor and awaken your senses on Waikiki Beach. Indulge in Hawaiian culture at a traditional luau and embark on thrilling adventures at Diamond Head crater. 

⚓ Nawiliwili, Kauai

Escape to the breathtaking beauty of Kauai’s rugged landscapes, where picture-perfect moments await. Journey through the enchanting Waimea Canyon and Napali Coast, capturing memories that will last a lifetime. Whether you seek adventure or relaxation, Kauai offers endless opportunities for exploration.

⚓ Hilo, Hawaii

Explore the awe-inspiring wonders of Hilo, Hawaii’s vibrant east coast, and ignite your sense of adventure amidst active volcanoes, enchanting waterfalls, and mesmerizing black sand beaches. And for a taste of the extraordinary, don’t miss the Volcano Winery with its exquisite blend of grapes and local fruits. 

⚓ Kona, Hawaii

Discover the hidden treasures of Kona where the tantalising aroma of world-renowned coffee beckons you. Dive into the ancient mysteries of Polynesian culture at Pu’uhonua o Honaunau National Historical Park, or surrender to the allure of serene beaches, thrilling snorkeling escapades, and captivating boat and submarine tours.

⚓ Lahaina or Kahului, Maui

Experience the stunning beauty of Maui, with its vibrant ports and unforgettable attractions. From the majestic Haleakala volcano to the picturesque road to Hana, immerse yourself in the charm of Lahaina and explore the crystal-clear waters teeming with marine life.

Hanauma Bay on Oahu, Hawaii

Weather

Throughout the year, daily high temperatures in Hawaii range from the lower to higher twenties, with nighttime and winter temperatures only slightly cooler. Due to Hawaii’s diverse landscape of majestic mountain peaks, idyllic coastlines, and serene valleys, weather patterns can fluctuate considerably between each island. In one location, it might be pouring rain, while just a short distance away, the sun is gloriously shining.

Insider Tip

At virtually every port, your ship will have to tender. If you’re new to cruising, this is when passengers board smaller boats, typically life boats, to reach the shore. Because of the nature of an island-hopping cruise, your ship likely won’t be able to directly dock at many of the stops. Therefore, when planning your excursions, make sure to allocate extra time for getting ashore.

Want to discover more tips to island hopping Hawaii by cruise? Read our blog “Island Hopping Bliss“.

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