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There aren't many places in the world that rival the natural beauty of Hawaii. Surrounded by the vast Pacific Ocean, the Hawaiian Islands are simply in a class of their own. Hawaii cruises and vacations are on many bucket lists because nothing says “vacation” like the soft breezes and warm sun of Hawaii. Sail aboard the stunning Celebrity Edge ® from Vancouver, British Columbia, or Honolulu, Hawaii and bask in the perfect combination of gorgeous Hawaiian Islands and relaxing days at sea. Immerse yourself in the local flavor on your Hawaiian cruise with unforgettable overnights in Honolulu and Lahaina, Maui, including the renowned Kaanapali Beach. Postcards will never suffice in capturing the unique charms of Hawaii.

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Start off your Hawaiian vacation with an overnight stay in Honolulu, where you can visit the famous Waikiki Beach and Pearl Harbor monument. In Lahaina, admire dormant volcanoes aboard a thrilling helicopter ride, while in Kailua Kona, visit a seahorse farm. Stop by the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park in Hilo before setting sail towards Vancouver, where you’ll disembark after enjoying several relaxing days at sea

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Home to most of Oahu’s population, the port city of Honolulu extends across the southern shores of the island and offers multiple fascinating attractions. From Pearl Harbor to Iolani Palace, the only royal palace in the United States, there’s so much to discover on a cruise to Honolulu. Visit the Honolulu Museum of Art for beautiful art collections that reflect Hawaii’s contemporary cultural landscape, including superb Asian art and fascinating Pacific and Polynesian artifacts. Experience the Hawaiian tropical rainforest on a short 2-mile hike along the Manoa Falls Trail or visit the 200-acre Lyon Arboretum, which has one of the largest collections of palm trees in the world and over 5,000 tropical species flourish. Then, head over to in Honolulu’s Chinatown neighborhood for tasty noodles, juicy dumplings, and fresh seafood.

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Located on the lush coast of the Big Island, Hilo is home to two of the most spectacular waterfalls in all of creation: Rainbow Falls in the south and the mammoth Akaka Falls in the north. Hilo is also home to Volcanoes National Park and the imposing Kilauea Volcano.

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Get high in a helicopter soaring over the dormant Haleakalā volcano and peer down on the spectacular Manawainui Valley waterfalls. Play 18 panoramic holes of golf from 1,100 feet up a mountain slope overlooking the Pacific. A Maui cruise allows you to do some whale watching for acrobatic 40-ton humpbacks. Spot wild spinner, bottlenose, and spotted dolphins from a catamaran off the Maui coast at sunset. Jump in among the dolphins as they do their flips and leaps on a snorkel adventure off the coast of Lanai.

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The islands of Hawaii are popular with families, couples, retirees, groups of friends, and really anyone who enjoys warm weather, tropical scenery, and the Aloha spirit of the 50th state. Each island offers a different climate, attractions, environment, and style, and even on the same island, there are major variations depending on location. On Oahu, for example, there's bustling Honolulu on the south shore and the more secluded surfing paradise of the North Shore . On the Big Island, the Hilo and Puna regions on the east coast are wet and heavily forested, whereas the Kona region, on the west coast, tends to be much drier.

Visitors to Hawaii, especially first-timers, will want to experience as much of the islands as possible, and a cruise is one way to accomplish that. You can embark from any of several ports on the West Coast (or within Hawaii itself), and the convenience of not worrying about hotel changes or local transportation is a plus. Below are some of the best cruises to see Hawaii . Dates, prices, amenities, and itineraries vary, so picking a cruise requires some planning and research. That's always part of the fun, and we hope this list will inspire you to get started.

Holland America: 17-day Circle Hawaii - Round Trip from San Diego

This cruise on the 2,650-passenger Koningsdam departs from San Diego and spends five days at sea. The ship arrives in Honolulu early, giving travelers all day to explore. Optional activities include a trip to Pearl Harbor, a whale-watching excursion, a road trip around Oahu, and a scenic drive along the Windward Coast. After an overnight sail to Kauai, the ship docks at Nawiliwili Harbor. Guests can take a Wailua River cruise to the Fern Grotto , a tour of a coffee plantation, or a trip to Waimea Canyon, the Grand Canyon of the Pacific. Maui is the next island on the itinerary, with a luau, a drive or helicopter flight to Haleakala Crater , a scenic drive along the East Maui coast, or an underwater cruise on the Atlantis submarine. The final two stops, Hilo and Kona, are on the Big Island. Options include visits to Volcanoes National Park and Rainbow Falls . After four days at sea, the Koningsdam stops in Ensenada, Mexico, before returning to San Diego.

Royal Caribbean: 8-night Hawaii Cruise - Vancouver to Oahu

This trip aboard the 4,905-passenger Quantum of the Seas offers passengers much to do during days at sea, including a surf simulator, bumper cars, a skydiving simulator, and a 360-degree observation deck. After departing Vancouver, British Columbia , the ship spends four days at sea before it arrives in Lahaina, Maui, for a day of exploring. Options include strolling through the historic town, visiting Haleakala Crater, whale watching, and swimming at Kaanapali Beach. The next stop is the Big Island, where guests can snorkel alongside dolphins and sea turtles or head to Kaloko-Honokohau National Historical Park , a Hawaiian heritage site with temples, ancient petroglyphs, and centuries-old aquacultures ponds. The final stop is Oahu, where passengers spend as much time as they want exploring Honolulu, Waikiki Beach, or the rest of the island before heading home.

Norwegian Cruise Line: Hawaii Inter-Island Cruise from Honolulu

Spend a week exploring four of Hawaii's islands during this this cruise aboard the 2,186-passenger Pride of America , with onboard activities that include basketball, volleyball, video games, theater, hot tubs, spa, and shopping. Departing Honolulu on Saturday evening, the ship heads to Kahului, Maui for two days with options like a drive on the Road to Hana, a catamaran cruise to Molokini for snorkeling with sea turtles, a tour to Haleakala Crater, and more. Next is a day in Hilo on the Big Island where guests can see a volcano, rain forest, waterfalls, or a lush botanical garden. On the other side of the island in Kona, snorkeling, fishing, cruising in a catamaran, and a reef tour are among optional activities. On Kauai , passengers can enjoy a traditional luau, hike through a rainforest, go kayaking, or take in Waimea Canyon . The cruise ends the following Saturday back in Honolulu, where passengers can explore the city, nearby Pearl Harbor , or Oahu's North Shore.

UnCruise Adventures: Hawaiian Seascapes

This eight-day cruise aboard the 36-guest Safari Explorer begins in Kona, on the Big Island, with a champagne welcome from the captain. The next two days feature a hike up the slopes of Hualalai with a naturalist guide, night snorkeling among Giant Pacific Manta rays, and plenty of opportunities for swimming or kayaking. On Maui, guests can stroll through historic Lahaina, snorkel among coral and sea turtles, or kayak in a marine sanctuary. Lanai is the next island, where guests can paddleboard or kayak past 1,000-foot-high sea cliffs, go snorkeling, or visit the quaint Lanai Culture and Heritage Center. On Molokai, guests can learn how taro is cultivated and turned into poi , or they can hike to a spectacular waterfall in Halawa Valley . At the Molokai Museum, a lesson on the island's history is followed by a pa'ina (feast), complete with traditional music. Passengers disembark the next morning at Kaunakakai , where they can either transfer to Molokai Airport or extend their stay.

Princess Cruises: 16-day Hawaiian Islands - Round Trip from San Francisco

This cruise aboard the 3,080-passenger Crown Princess departs San Francisco in the late afternoon. Swimming pools, hot tubs, miniature golf, Discovery at Sea programs, movies, dancing, and shows ensure plenty to do during the four days at sea on the way to Hawaii. Shipboard programs for youths, teens, and families provide something for everyone. On the Big Island, guests can zipline through the rainforest or ride to the top of Mauna Kea, the world's tallest mountain . Next is Oahu, where activities include a tour of Pearl Harbor, snorkeling in Hanauma Bay, and a tour of the only royal palace in the United States . On Kauai, there are hiking , snorkeling, and kayaking adventures. On Maui, guests can sail on a catamaran, Zodiac, or submarine. After four days at sea, passengers get a day to explore Ensenada, Mexico , on the Baja California peninsula, before the Crown Princess sails back to San Francisco.

Celebrity Cruises: 13-night Hawaii Cruise - Vancouver to Oahu

This cruise on the luxurious, 2,918-passenger Celebrity Edge departs Vancouver and stops briefly in historic Astoria, Oregon before continuing onto Hawaii. During the six days at sea, passengers can play blackjack in the casino, take a yoga class in the fitness center, or enjoy cocktails while hovering over the ocean on the Magic Carpet . In Hilo, guests can explore waterfalls, volcanoes, wineries, and gardens on the lush coast of the Big Island. The ship cruises to Kona on the other side of the island for another two days of snorkeling or other onshore activities. The next two days are spent in Lahaina, Maui, home base for a cruise among dolphins and whales, a plantation tour, or a traditional luau. The ship cruises to the final stop in Honolulu, where guests are free to enjoy Oahu at their leisure before heading back to the mainland.

Disney Cruise Line: 10-night Hawaiian Cruise from Vancouver Ending in Honolulu

With an itinerary that includes both Maui and Mickey, this cruise aboard the 875-stateroom Disney Wonder is perfect for families and Disney lovers alike. Departing from Vancouver, you’ll spend the next six nights at sea, with entertainment ranging from Broadway-style musicals with Disney characters to a Marvel-themed superhero academy in the Oceaneer Club for kids. The first stop is Hilo on the Big Island, where guests can visit volcanos, rain forests, and the famous astronomical observatories at Maunakea . The next day is spent in Honolulu, with options like a tour of the Dole Plantation or a hike to the top of Diamond Head for a spectacular view over Oahu. More breathtaking nature awaits on the island of Kauai, including pristine beaches, jungles, and waterfalls. The last day of the cruise is spent in Kahului, Maui, where guests can learn about Hawaiian arts and culture, go on a scenic bike ride along the Skyline Trail, or relax at Kanaha Beach Park. The next day, the Disney Wonder returns to Honolulu, where passengers can transfer to the airport or extend their stay.

Viking Cruises: Hawaiian Islands Sojourn - Round Trip from Los Angeles

This 17-day voyage from Los Angeles takes place aboard the Viking Star , an all-veranda small ship that carries a maximum of 930 guests. The first stop is the Big Island, where guests can view Kilauea by helicopter, visit waterfalls, or explore Hilo Bay by kayak. The next stop is Oahu, followed by Kauai, where excursions range from an ATV tour of the island to snorkeling along the South Shore. On Maui, highlights include Haleakala National Park, whale watching, and exclusive access to the private Lona Ridge Estate for a lesson in making a traditional lei . The ship then sails on to Ensenada, Mexico, where passengers can indulge in wine tastings, e-bike tours, and ATV adventures in the Guadalupe Valley. The Viking Star returns to Los Angeles the next day.

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The thing about Hawaii cruises is that there’s no bad time of year to take one. Thanks to its year-round sunshine and warm weather, Hawaii will be there for you whenever you’re ready to set sail. 

Several cruise lines, including Holland America, Princess Cruises, and Viking Cruises, call on ports in Hawaii, with many of them traveling to or from the United States or Canada. Norwegian Cruise Line is the only company that sails exclusively between Oahu and neighboring Hawaiian islands. The  Pride of America , a United States-themed ship, makes stops in Maui , Kauai, and the Big Island before returning to Honolulu , a perfect home base for visiting Waikiki Beach and Pearl Harbor. 

Sailing between the Hawaiian Islands is generally relatively calm, though there are occasional reports of rough patches on cruises that cross the Pacific Ocean. And while every month is a good month to cruise to Hawaii, peak whale-watching season in the region is between January and March. It can be rainy, so you’ll want to pack a rain jacket. But a little rain might just be worth it to avoid summer crowds in one of the most popular travel destinations in the world. 

Cruises are an ideal way to explore Hawaii, and there are plenty of options that fit a broad range of travel styles and tastes.  

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The best Hawaii cruises for easy island hopping 

Most cruises to Hawaii require several days at sea, but not Norwegian’s  Pride of America . The 2,186-passenger  Pride of America is the only cruise ship that sails from Oahu to neighboring Hawaiian islands, minimizing sea days while taking travelers to four Hawaiian islands in a single week. The  ship departs from Honolulu every Saturday all year long, making it easy to tack on visits to Pearl Harbor, Diamond Head, and Waikiki Beach. The ship spends the night in Maui and Kauai, and makes two stops on the island of Hawaii—also known as the Big Island—in Hilo and Kona. Aboard the  Pride of America , you’ll find a Miami -inspired pool, a Gold Rush Saloon, and restaurants for every palate. 

Royal Caribbean offers several  eight- to 10-night cruises between Hawaii and the western coast of North America, giving travelers the chance to island hop between Oahu, Maui, Kauai, and the Big Island before or after sailing the Pacific Ocean. This itinerary doesn’t require as many sea days as a roundtrip journey but includes plenty of time for lounging by the pool, catching shows, and trying all the on board restaurants. 

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The best Hawaii cruises for travelers who love sea days

Holland America ships sail roundtrip from  San Diego and Vancouver to Hawaii , giving travelers the chance to swap a long flight across the Pacific Ocean for 10 long, lazy sea days. The journey includes stops in Ensenada, Mexico, as well as at four Hawaiian islands: Oahu, Maui, Kauai, and the Big Island. 

Or opt for one of Princess Cruises’ many  Hawaii itineraries . They sail roundtrip to Hawaii from Los Angeles , San Francisco , and San Diego . Ships spend long days in port, and a variety of restaurants and events, like movies screened under the stars, are sure to keep you and yours entertained on board the ship. And while 10 might seem like a lot of sea days, skipping the airport could be a priceless vacation upgrade.

The best Hawaii cruises for travelers who love sea days and small ships

For a smaller ship, consider Viking Cruises. Viking’s 17-day roundtrip  Hawaiian Islands Sojourn from Los Angeles happens on board the Viking  Star , which carries a maximum of 930 passengers. This journey includes 10 sea days and stops in Hilo, where you can see Mauna Kea, Hawaii’s largest volcano, and in Kauai, where you can take in the breathtaking sight of Waimea Canyon, the Grand Canyon of the Pacific. Check the ship’s daily schedule for expert lectures, and make time to experience the spa’s snow room while getting acquainted with Nordic bathing rituals.

For fewer sea days, sail from Honolulu to Vancouver on the 462-passenger Seabourn  Odyssey . Seabourn’s  11-day Hawaiian itinerary includes stops in Maui, Kauai, and the Big Island and requires just six sea days, plenty of time for playing cards, lounging by the pool, and relaxing at the spa. 

The best Hawaii cruises for travelers with lots of time

Why cruise only to Hawaii when you could cruise to Hawaii, Tahiti, and Fiji? Holland America includes several Hawaiian stops on longer itineraries, including the 51-day Tales of the South Pacific and the 35-day Hawaii, Tahiti & Marquesas voyages. Each of those itineraries departs from and returns to San Diego, crosses the Equator and international dateline, and stops in Kiribati and French Polynesia.

Princess and Seabourn also include Hawaii on longer cruise itineraries. In 2024, Seabourn is offering a  145-day cruise from Los Angeles to Athens, Greece. That itinerary includes port days in Oahu, Maui, Kauai, and the Big Island before sailing around New Zealand and Australia en route to the Middle East and Greece. Spend one sea day cruising the Great Barrier Reef and the others treating yourself to spa days, meals with new friends, and drinks under the stars. The luxury cruise line Azamara plans to sail from  San Diego to Hawaii, Bora Bora, and Tahiti in January 2025.

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The best Hawaii cruises for travelers with kids 

If Disney and Hawaii are both on your travel list, you’re in luck. Disney plans to cruise to Hawaii in 2023 and 2024 , giving you a chance to merge your Disney dreams with your Hawaii volcano and beach dreams. The Disney Wonder is scheduled to sail this itinerary, and it’s sure to quickly win over anyone who’s a Marvel fan or grew up on Disney movies. The ship’s Oceaneer Club gives kids the chance to step in Andy's Room from Toy Story or to connect with their inner superhero in a Marvel-themed room. And like all Disney experiences, there’s a good chance you may run into your favorite characters on board.

Holland America ships have cabins that can accommodate up to five guests, big enough for the whole family. On the Holland America Koningsdam, which sails an  18-day itinerary around Hawaii, the kids club is at the top of the ship and includes three enclosed outdoor play areas. Sign up for family-friendly shore excursions or leave your kids onboard to paint, learn to cook, or play video games while you explore. There’s also special programming for kids, tweens, and teens. 

The best Hawaii cruise for getting off the tourist track

If boarding a ship with thousands of strangers isn’t your idea of a vacation, UnCruise Adventures may be the cruise line for you. UnCruise itineraries are all about connecting with nature and local culture. UnCruise offers a yacht-like experience on board the 36-passenger  Safari Explorer . Sail from November through April on a seven-night itinerary that swaps touristy Oahu for Hawaii’s least developed island—Molokai. Because it’s so small, the Safari Explorer can access ports the big ships can’t and help travelers better connect with local communities. This itinerary includes a traditional evening feast in Molokai, something you won’t find on other Hawaiian cruise itineraries.

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Cruises take travelers to four major Hawaiian islands -- the perfect way to see it all without having to coordinate interisland flights and multiple hotel stays. As restaurant prices can be high on the remote islands, a cruise can also be an affordable way to explore since you can eat your meals on the ship. Some ships even offer sailing along the Napali Coast, so you won't have to book your own boat tour in Kauai.

What are Popular Activities in Hawaii?

Beach time and water sports are popular in the islands, with snorkel and kayak trips and surf lessons topping the list. Scenic cruises to see the seasonal whale population or gaze at the gorgeous Napali coastline are more sedate ways to get onto the water. The famous Road to Hana twists and turns to reveal beautiful waterfalls and lush sceneries to tourists with steady stomachs. Caffeine fiends can tour a coffee plantation and taste the local wares.

Hawaii's volcanoes also top the activities list. You can bike down Haleakala on Maui (or take a bus to the summit to see the sun rise or set), wander through lava tubes at Volcanoes National Park on the Big Island, or tour the observatory at the top of Mauna Kea.

A Hawaii cruise lets visitors experience Hawaiian culture as well. Ships stay in port late so passengers can attend a luau, offering a chance to try local culinary favorites and watch a spectacular show with hula and fire dancing. You can also visit places like Pu'uhonua o Honaunau National Historical Park, a refuge in olden times and still a sacred site for Hawaiians.

When is a Good Time to Cruise to Hawaii?

You can cruise to Hawaii year-round, thanks to Norwegian Cruise Line's Honolulu-based ship. High season is the winter (late December through April); summer is also popular due to honeymoon season and school breaks. Early fall can see an uptick in cruise ships, as cruise lines route ships to the islands on their way from Alaska to a warmer destination.

The slow travel season between Thanksgiving and Christmas is one of the best times for deals. Summer and fall see the least amount of rain, but seas can be rough in August. If you're looking for whales, January through March are the peak months for sightings.

What are Popular Ports in Hawaii?

Most cruises to Hawaii call on the same limited number of ports: Honolulu on Oahu; Hilo and Kona on Hawaii (the Big Island); Kahului Harbor or Lahaina on Maui; and Nawiliwili Harbor on Kauai.

Small-ship cruise line UnCruise sets sail for smaller harbors, such as Molokai, Lanai and Olowalu in West Maui.

Where do Hawaii cruises depart from?

Honolulu is the main departure port in the islands. Norwegian Cruise Line sails roundtrip from that port, but most big ships sailing to Hawaii depart from mainland North American ports, including Los Angeles, San Diego, San Francisco, Seattle and Vancouver, sailing one-way to Honolulu. Smaller ships can depart from Molokai and Kailua-Kona.

What are Tips to Find Cruise deals to Hawaii?

Here are our best tips for finding a cheap cruise or cruise deal to Hawaii. If you book a “guaranteed cabin” (they select for you), a cabin on a lower deck or sail on an older ship from a brand you like, then you can get the best price for a specific cruise to Hawaii. Last minute cruises deals to Hawaii appear as you get closer to the sail date, usually 1-2 weeks in advance. Taking a cruise to Hawaii in the shoulder season (before or after the peak season) can also be a great way to find a cruise deal.

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Explore four of the Hawaiian Islands over one week aboard a small ship cruise with a maximum of 36 passengers.

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Island-hopping adventure: one week, four islands.

Embark on a captivating journey, cruising through Molokai, Lana‘i, Maui, and Hawai‘i, the Big Island. Begin your adventure in Molokai’s ancient Halawa Valley, engaging with a local Kahuna (expert) for an authentic insight. Experience the warmth of Molokai culture with an evening pa‘ina (feast) and Hawaiian music session. Scale the Hualalai Volcano on the Big Island, where you can peer into its crater and explore a mesmerizing lava tube. Split your time between relaxing on pristine beaches and immersing yourself in water activities, uncovering secluded historic sites along the way.

Dive into snorkeling adventures, seeking out sea turtles amidst vibrant coral reefs, and navigate the coastline’s majestic 1000-foot cliffs through sea kayaking, paddleboarding, and skiff explorations. Cap off your journey with a visit to the Humpback National Marine Sanctuary on Maui’s South Shore, where whale, dolphin, and diverse marine life encounters await. Your home throughout this journey is a luxurious 36-guest boutique yacht, offering an intimate and comfortable experience.

All-Inclusive Experience

Enjoy the freedom of an all-inclusive experience, with no additional fees for excursions. Choose from kayaking, hiking, snorkeling, paddleboarding, or simply lounging onboard to soak in the breathtaking views. Indulge in delicious daily meals, beginning with dinner on the first evening and concluding with breakfast on your final day. This all-encompassing approach also extends to our warm water escapes in Belize and Baja , ensuring a seamless and enjoyable adventure.

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Length:  7 nights Price: $5,595 to $10,200 per person; $375 for port taxes & fees Season:  November – April Min. Age:  8 years Activity:  Expedition Cruise Adventure Level:   Mild

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Hawai'i Cruise Details

Day-by-day details  for Molokai to Kona, Hawaii (*or reverse); variations may occur to maximize your experience.

Day 1 – Molokai, Hawaii* – Embark

Welcome to Hawaii! You’ll be transferred to our hospitality area on Molokai. Later, the Captain and crew greet you with smiles and champagne as you board the awaiting Safari Explorer. Settle in and enjoy dinner (the first included meal of the rip) aboard the yacht, before a presentation about your week ahead.

Day 2 – Molokai

A warm Aloha spirit gives you a sense of Hawaii long ago. No stop lights, no high-rises, just a welcome slower pace. “Talk story” with locals and experience their land and traditions as few visitors ever do. You’ll hear legends and lore, then take in a cultural lesson in taro patches and poi making, or hike to a towering waterfall in Halawa’s cathedral valley-one of the island’s most historic places. At the Molokai Museum, discover the history of this ancient homeland as you enjoy an evening paina (feast), complete with a home-style Hawaiian jam session.

Day 3 – Lanai

Gear up for a day of play on the “Private Island.” Thousand foot sea cliffs line the shore and ancient volcanic plugs sit both above and below the water’s surface as host to a wide diversity of marine life. Snorkel, paddle board, kayak, explore by skiff, or stretch your legs on hike-whichever activities suit your fancy. Take a stroll to ancient Hawaiian historic site. Learn about the islands plantation days and unique history.

Day 4 – Maui

Today we may snorkel among coral gardens teeming with underwater life and a known sea turtle habitat. The Humpback National Marine Sanctuary located between Lana’i, Molokai, and Maui provides front-row seats as you cruise through these productive breeding grounds searching for dolphins, whales, and other marine life. Look above and below the surface. Then stretch your legs in Lahaina for an afternoon amble through this historic town or take a leisurely beach stroll.

Day 5 – Captain’s Choice Exploration

Leave it to your Captain and crew to seek out and unveil the best opportunities the islands hold in store today. Dramatic volcanic backdrops, marine life sightings, and chances for snorkeling, kayaking, and paddle boarding are all possible!

Day 6 – Kona Coast

Fringed by coconut palms, Kealakekua (more commonly known as Captain Cook Bay, the fateful location of his unlucky demise) offers a morning filled with corals, sponges, and tropical fishes all set to the tune of the rich history of the Hawaiian Dynasty of Kings. From the tiniest fish to the widest stretch of coral, it’s all spectacular. Depending on weather and your mood, spend the day in the water or let us do the work, and explore the rugged coastline on a skiff ride.

Day 7 – Puu Waawaa State Wildlife Sanctuary

Active adventure guests are off to Puu Waawaa State Wildlife Sanctuary where you and a local naturalist climb the trails above the Kona coast. Head up Hualalai Volcano, then set out on a long hike up the cool and misty slopes, complete with natural history interpretation. Hike through dryland native forest and past lava tubes, and peer into a pit crater from its edge (if you’re up for it, you can even go inside a lava tube). A shorter option boasts views of craters, fissures, and lava tubes.

While more relaxed guests visit with a ranger (and become a Hawaii Junior Ranger if you choose), hike the trail to petroglyphs, or check out the Kaloko fishpond and remnants of the Aiopio fish trap. Bird watch or relax on the white coral sand beach—you may spot a green sea turtle.

For your final afternoon, relax onboard or go for one last dip. Celebrate with the Captain’s Dinner and a photographic recap of your adventure.

Day 8 – Hawaii, the Big Island – Disembark

As the Safari Explorer docks at Kawaihae Harbor, you’ll be transferred to the Kona Airport for your return flight home. Breakfast will be the last included meal of the trip.

*For trips departing from Hawaii, the Big Island to Molokai, the itinerary will be in reverse.

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Your trip will begin in either Kaunakakai, Hawaii on the island of Molokai where you will fly into the regional Molokai Airport or in Kawaihae Harbor on Hawaii, the Big Island where you will fly into the Kona International Airport. The first day of your trip, you will meet your fellow travelers in the outfitter’s hospitality area before enjoying your first dinner aboard the yacht.

The last night on the ship, you will have a special farewell dinner, and the next morning after breakfast, you will disembark in Kawaihae Harbor on Hawaii, the Big Island or Kaunakakai, Hawaii on the island of Molokai for your return flight home.

Price Includes

All onboard meals; premium spirits, wine, and beer; non-alcoholic beverages. Exclusive transfers and baggage handling between airport/vessel on embark/disembark days. Entry fees to national parks/preserves. All adventure activities and equipment from the boat. Your vessel also has wellness offerings such as fitness equipment, yoga mats, and a complimentary massage.

The weather in Hawaii can vary depending on which island you visit, but typically Hawaii’s average daytime high temperatures November – April range from 75ºF – 85ºF. Evening temperatures usually dip a little to 60ºF – 70ºF. This time of year is also the rainy season, but most of the rainfall is overnight and most showers are short-lived.

Hawaiian Islands

Made up of the exposed peaks of a great undersea mountain range formed by volcanic activity, the Hawaiian Islands are known for their natural beauty and tranquil culture. This yacht trip is more than just taking in the scenery; you will learn about the rich traditions of native Hawaiians; paddleboard or kayak near thousand-foot sea cliffs; and snorkel among coral gardens and sea turtle habitat. Experience the spirit of Aloha woven throughout all your travels.

This is a small-scale cruise and your vessel will have a maximum number of 36 guests and a generous guest to guide ratio of 2 guests for each crew member. You will have plenty of opportunities to learn about the landscape, ecology, and culture of the area, as well as have expert instruction for all your adventure activities.

Meet the Safari Explorer – a spacious boutique yacht with 18 guest cabins that offers ample vantage points for taking in the sights and relaxing. The ship carries all the adventure equipment for guests including kayaks, paddleboards, inflatable skiffs, hiking poles, and snorkel equipment. All cabins are equipped with a TV and DVD, iPod docking station, private bath, view windows, and generous closet space. Your vessel includes an intimate wine library, salon, and inviting dining room to sit back and relax. The vessel also comes equipped with fitness equipment, yoga mats, and a complimentary massage for you to enjoy.

You can look forward to a delicious daily menu filled with meals designed to reflect the flavors of Hawaii including locally sourced ingredients when possible. For breakfast – you can choose from an early riser breakfast with fresh baked pastries and fruit or a full breakfast with hot, cold, and specialty dishes. For lunch – you will find a range of salads, sandwiches, and homemade soups. During happy hour – enjoy a cocktail and hors d’oeuvres in the lounge. Dinner – choose from several entrées including fresh, local seafood and meats or a vegetarian dish with a chef-selected wine pairing and be sure to leave room for an indulgent dessert, such as tiramisu.

Full Schedule

This expedition cruise consists of a flexible, fun, and full itinerary. Your days will be filled from the moment you wake until you retire to your cabin with chances for group meals, off-ship outings, and presentations in the evening. Choose to participate in the activities and presentations each day or sit them out, but one thing is for sure, this cruise will keep you moving!

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We’ve been connecting our clients to water adventures around the world since 1987. We partner with select outfitters who share our values and are pros at creating exceptional experiences. There is no fee for our service; we earn our commission from the outfitters we represent, and the cost of your expedition is the same as booking direct.

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Why settle for seeing just one island on a Hawaii resort-based vacation when you can cruise in style and explore multiple island jewels? Sailing with Princess is a far better vacation value, and you’ll visit popular Hawaiian islands — Oahu , Kauai and the Big Island ( Hilo and Kona ) — without all the time-consuming hassle of island hopping by plane. From enriching Discovery and Animal Planet shore excursions to our immersive "Aloha Spirit" program onboard, you'll discover each island's unique charm — and fall in love with Hawaii's enchanting beauty.

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Our Hawaiian cruises offer an intoxicating mix of island adventure and carefree cruising. You'll venture to four dazzling islands — including a full day and late evening in Honolulu to see the sights and experience its famed nightlife. And there’s so much to do while you’re at sea, like enjoying live entertainment, world-class cuisine, island-inspired activities and endless ocean views — plus it's all included in your cruise fare! Discover why the Travel Channel named us "Best Cruises to see Hawaii."

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Step on to a Princess Hawaiian cruise and you’ll be immersed in the color, culture, and flavors of Hawaii through our unique "Aloha Spirit" onboard program. Join in on our colorful King Kamehameha Festival, learn to play the ukulele, dance the Hula, weave a flower lei, see folkloric performances, indulge in tantalizing island fare and so much more. We make cruising to Hawaii just as fun as being there!

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In appreciation of the brave men and women of the American and Canadian militaries for their service, Princess Cruises® offers up to $250 free onboard spending money for veterans as well as active, retired or disabled military personnel. This special military benefit can be used towards a wide variety of amenities and experiences, including Lotus Spa ® treatments; dining in our specialty restaurants ; gifts , jewelry and clothing in our onboard boutiques ; and Princess Cruises shore excursions .

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Cruises to Hawaii

This is the complete calendar of cruises around the Hawaiian Islands for 2024 . As you can see, they are available year-round.

Go directly to cruises to Hawaii in January 2024 , February 2024 , March 2024 , April 2024 , May 2024 , June 2024 , July 2024 , August 2024 , September 2024 , October 2024 , November 2024 or December 2024 .

Looking for a specific length cruise? Check out the 7-day cruises to Hawaii or 14-day and 15-day cruises to Hawaii .

January 2024

January 6: 7-day round-trip cruise from Honolulu on Norwegian Cruise Line . January 6: 7-day cruise from Molokai to Hawaii on Uncruise . January 6: 15-day round-trip cruise from Los Angeles on Carnival Cruise Line . January 7: 16-day round-trip cruise from San Francisco on Princess Cruises . January 13: 17-day round-trip cruise from San Diego on Holland America Line . January 13: 7-day round-trip cruise from Honolulu on Norwegian Cruise Line . Janaury 13: 7-day cruise from Hawaii to Molokai on Uncruise . January 20: 7-day round-trip cruise from Honolulu on Norwegian Cruise Line . January 20: 7-day cruise from Molokai to Hawaii on Uncruise . January 21: 14-day round-trip cruise from Los Angeles on Carnival Cruise Line . January 27: 7-day round-trip cruise from Honolulu on Norwegian Cruise Line . January 27: 7-day cruise from Hawaii to Molokai on Uncruise . January 30: 18-day round-trip cruise from San Diego on Holland America Line .

February 2024

February 3: 7-day round-trip cruise from Honolulu on Norwegian Cruise Line . February 3: 7-day cruise from Molokai to Hawaii on Uncruise . February 10: 7-day round-trip cruise from Honolulu on Norwegian Cruise Line . February 10: 7-day cruise from Hawaii to Molokai on Uncruise . February 16: 15-night cruise from Australia to Honolulu on Disney Cruise Line . February 17: 35-day round-trip cruise from San Diego on Holland America Line . February 17: 7-day round-trip cruise from Honolulu on Norwegian Cruise Line . February 17: 7-day cruise from Molokai to Hawaii on Uncruise . February 17: 15-day round-trip cruise from Los Angeles on Carnival Cruise Line . February 22: 16-day round-trip cruise from San Francisco on Princess Cruises . February 24: 7-day round-trip cruise from Honolulu on Norwegian Cruise Line . February 24: 7-day cruise from Hawaii to Molokai on Uncruise .

March 1: 10-night cruise from Honolulu to Vancouver on Disney Cruise Line . March 2: 7-day round-trip cruise from Honolulu on Norwegian Cruise Line . March 2: 7-day cruise from Molokai to Hawaii on Uncruise . March 9: 7-day round-trip cruise from Honolulu on Norwegian Cruise Line . March 9: 7-day cruise from Hawaii to Molokai on Uncruise . March 9: 16-day round-trip cruise from San Francisco on Princess Cruises . March 16: 7-day round-trip cruise from Honolulu on Norwegian Cruise Line . March 16: 7-day cruise from Molokai to Hawaii on Uncruise . March 16: 15-day round-trip cruise from Los Angeles on Princess Cruises . March 21: 15-day round-trip cruise from Los Angeles on Princess Cruises . March 23: 7-day round-trip cruise from Honolulu on Norwegian Cruise Line . March 23: 7-day cruise from Hawaii to Molokai on Uncruise . March 30: 7-day round-trip cruise from Honolulu on Norwegian Cruise Line . March 30: 7-day cruise from Molokai to Hawaii on Uncruise .

April 4: 16-day round-trip cruise from San Francisco on Princess Cruises . April 4: 15-day cruise from Australia to Honolulu on Royal Caribbean . April 5: 22-day one-way cruise from San Diego on Holland America Line . April 6: 7-day round-trip cruise from Honolulu on Norwegian Cruise Line . April 6: 7-day cruise from Hawaii to Molokai on Uncruise . April 6: 15-day round-trip cruise from Los Angeles on Carnival Cruise Line . April 9: 17-night cruise from Australia to Honolulu on Celebrity Cruises . April 10: 12-day cruise from Tahiti to Honolulu on Norwegian Cruise Line . April 12: 17-day cruise from Australia to Honolulu on Royal Caribbean . April 13: 7-day round-trip cruise from Honolulu on Norwegian Cruise Line . April 13: 7-day cruise from Molokai to Hawaii on Uncruise . April 13: 18-day cruise from Australia to Honolulu on Royal Caribbean . April 14: 17-night cruise from Australia to Honolulu on Celebrity Cruises . April 14: 16-day round-trip cruise from Vancouver on Princess Cruises . April 19: 10-night cruise from Honolulu to Vancouver on Royal Caribbean . April 20: 7-day round-trip cruise from Honolulu on Norwegian Cruise Line . April 20: 7-day cruise from Hawaii to Molokai on Uncruise . April 22: 16-day cruise from Honolulu to Vancouver on Norwegian Cruise Line . April 25: 11-night cruise from Honolulu to Vancouver on Celebrity Cruises . April 27: 7-day round-trip cruise from Honolulu on Norwegian Cruise Line . April 27: 7-day cruise from Molokai to Hawaii on Uncruise . April 28: 8-night cruise from Honolulu to Vancouver on Royal Caribbean . April 30: 9-day cruise from Honolulu to Vancouver on Royal Caribbean .

May 1: 10-night cruise from Honolulu to Vancouver on Celebrity Cruises . May 4: 7-day round-trip cruise from Honolulu on Norwegian Cruise Line . May 4: 7-day cruise from Hawaii to Molokai on Uncruise . May 8: 16-day cruise from Vancouver to Honolulu on Norwegian Cruise Line . May 11: 7-day round-trip cruise from Honolulu on Norwegian Cruise Line . May 18: 7-day round-trip cruise from Honolulu on Norwegian Cruise Line . May 24: 12-day cruise from Honolulu to Tahiti on Norwegian Cruise Line . May 25: 7-day round-trip cruise from Honolulu on Norwegian Cruise Line .

June 1: 7-day round-trip cruise from Honolulu on Norwegian Cruise Line . June 5: 12-day cruise from Tahiti to Honolulu on Norwegian Cruise Line . June 8: 7-day round-trip cruise from Honolulu on Norwegian Cruise Line . June 15: 7-day round-trip cruise from Honolulu on Norwegian Cruise Line . June 17: 16-day cruise from Honolulu to Vancouver on Norwegian Cruise Line . June 22: 7-day round-trip cruise from Honolulu on Norwegian Cruise Line . June 29: 7-day round-trip cruise from Honolulu on Norwegian Cruise Line .

July 6: 7-day round-trip cruise from Honolulu on Norwegian Cruise Line . July 13: 7-day round-trip cruise from Honolulu on Norwegian Cruise Line . July 20: 7-day round-trip cruise from Honolulu on Norwegian Cruise Line . July 27: 7-day round-trip cruise from Honolulu on Norwegian Cruise Line .

August 2024

August 3: 7-day round-trip cruise from Honolulu on Norwegian Cruise Line . August 10: 7-day round-trip cruise from Honolulu on Norwegian Cruise Line . August 17: 7-day round-trip cruise from Honolulu on Norwegian Cruise Line . August 24: 7-day round-trip cruise from Honolulu on Norwegian Cruise Line . August 31: 7-day round-trip cruise from Honolulu on Norwegian Cruise Line .

September 2024

September 7: 7-day round-trip cruise from Honolulu on Norwegian Cruise Line . September 10: 16-day round-trip cruise from Vancouver on Princess Cruises . September 14: 7-day round-trip cruise from Honolulu on Norwegian Cruise Line . September 16: 15-day round-trip cruise from Los Angeles on Carnival Cruise Line . September 21: 12-night cruise from Vancouver to Honolulu on Celebrity Cruises . September 21: 7-day round-trip cruise from Honolulu on Norwegian Cruise Line . September 22: 9-night cruise from Vancouver to Honolulu on Celebrity Cruises . September 22: 10-night cruise from Vancouver to Honolulu on Royal Caribbean . September 23: 10-night cruise from Vancouver to Honolulu on Disney Cruise Line . September 24: 15-day round-trip cruise from Seattle on Carnival Cruise Line . September 25: 16-day cruise from Vancouver to Honolulu on Norwegian Cruise Line . September 28: 7-day round-trip cruise from Honolulu on Norwegian Cruise Line . September 29: 16-day round-trip cruise from San Francisco on Princess Cruises . September 29: 16-day round-trip cruise from Los Angeles on Princess Cruises . September 30: 51-day round-trip cruise from San Diego on Holland America Line .

October 2024

October 1: 17-night cruise from Honolulu to Australia on Celebrity Cruises . October 3: 18-night cruise from Honolulu to Australia on Celebrity Cruises . October 4: 9-day cruise from Vancouver to Honolulu on Royal Caribbean . October 5: 17-day round-trip cruise from Vancouver on Holland America Line . October 5: 7-day round-trip cruise from Honolulu on Norwegian Cruise Line . October 12: 7-day round-trip cruise from Honolulu on Norwegian Cruise Line . October 13: 14-day round-trip cruise from Los Angeles on Carnival Cruise Line . October 15: 16-day round-trip cruise from Los Angeles on Princess Cruises . October 19: 7-day round-trip cruise from Honolulu on Norwegian Cruise Line . October 26: 7-day round-trip cruise from Honolulu on Norwegian Cruise Line .

November 2024

November 2: 7-day round-trip cruise from Honolulu on Norwegian Cruise Line . November 9: 7-day round-trip cruise from Honolulu on Norwegian Cruise Line . November 16: 7-day round-trip cruise from Honolulu on Norwegian Cruise Line . November 16: 7-day cruise from Molokai to Hawaii on Uncruise . November 20: 17-day round-trip cruise from San Diego on Holland America Line . November 23: 7-day round-trip cruise from Honolulu on Norwegian Cruise Line . November 23: 7-day cruise from Hawaii to Molokai on Uncruise . November 30: 7-day round-trip cruise from Honolulu on Norwegian Cruise Line . November 30: 7-day cruise from Molokai to Hawaii on Uncruise .

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December 2024

December 1: 14-day round-trip cruise from Los Angeles on Carnival Cruise Line . December 2: 16-day round-trip cruise from San Francisco on Princess Cruises . December 3: 16-day round-trip cruise from Los Angeles on Princess Cruises . December 7: 7-day round-trip cruise from Honolulu on Norwegian Cruise Line . December 7: 7-day cruise from Hawaii to Molokai on Uncruise . December 14: 7-day round-trip cruise from Honolulu on Norwegian Cruise Line . December 14: 7-day cruise from Molokai to Hawaii on Uncruise . December 18: 16-day round-trip cruise from San Diego on Holland America Line . December 18: 16-day round-trip cruise from San Francisco on Princess Cruises . December 19: 16-day round-trip cruise from Los Angeles on Princess Cruises . December 21: 7-day round-trip cruise from Honolulu on Norwegian Cruise Line . December 21: 7-day cruise from Hawaii to Molokai on Uncruise . December 28: 7-day round-trip cruise from Honolulu on Norwegian Cruise Line . December 28: 7-day cruise from Molokai to Hawaii on Uncruise .

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Hawaii Cruises

Trade the winter chill for warm breezes and sun-kissed shores on our Hawaii cruises. Circle the Hawaiian Islands roundtrip from San Diego, relaxing on days at sea. Unpack just once and visit four islands, where you can explore Kauai’s Napali Coast, stroll moon-lit Waikiki on a Honolulu overnight, marvel at the Big Island’s lava lakes, and experience northern Maui's natural beauty.

Another legendary archipelago awaits on these cruises: Tahiti . Experience lush islands ringed by blue lagoons and teeming with rainbow fish. Welcome to paradise with the cruise line named best in the region.

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Maui is welcoming visitors. While West Maui recovers, we will stop into Kahului on the island’s north side. Show love to the island by shopping and dining at local businesses. Our “On Deck For A Cause” walks during Hawaii cruises will support Lahaina relief efforts.

Hawaii Cruise Itineraries

Roundtrip San Diego

Circle the islands on an 18-Day Circle Hawaii cruise from California. Starting from USD $1,799 per person.

Roundtrip Vancouver

A luxurious 16-Day Circle Hawaii cruise from Vancouver, B.C. Starting from USD $1,599 per person.

Hawaii & Tahiti Cruises

Cruise Hawaii and Tahiti on this 35-Day Hawaii, Tahiti & Marquesas roundtrip from San Diego. Starting from USD $4,519 per person.

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HONOLULU, HAWAII Honolulu is breezy by day and all lit up after sunset. Take a walk under the stars on Waikiki or dine at one of many amazing eateries on our luxurious overnights.

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HILO, HAWAII A natural beauty, Hilo is surrounded by ambrosial gardens and dramatic waterfalls. Head to its black-sand beaches or helicopter over the Kilauea Volcano, known for bubbling lava lakes.

Mid-Sized Ships

Take in Hawaii’s serene landscapes from the deck of this perfectly sized Pinnacle-class ship. Koningsdam has numerous dining and entertainment options and a blend of nautical meets modern décor.

A sanctuary at sea, Zuiderdam is known for its spectacular art collection. Immerse yourself in Hawaiian culture with regional cooking demonstrations and tastings.

Graced with floral and tapestries, Volendam is the ideal ship for your Hawaii adventure. Relax at the Greenhouse Salon & Spa or dine at one of numerous restaurants.

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Cruises to the Hawaiian Islands

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Hawaii cruises are relaxing and unforgettable adventures that introduce you to the spirit of aloha and allow you to experience the islands as they were meant to be experienced — by sea.

The Hawaiian islands have become universal symbols of relaxation, and AAA’s concierge cruises amplify the rejuvenation by treating you to a host of benefits, including exclusive parties, gifts and excursions.

AAA concierge Hawaiian cruises also offer priority boarding and complimentary specialty dining, and are coordinated by an experienced AAA host who will help you with all your travel needs so that you can focus on being refreshed by the Hawaiian islands.

Continue reading to learn more about our cruises to Hawaii or contact your AAA agent today to begin making plans.

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Hawaii Cruises — An Introduction to the Islands

We offer a variety of cruises to choose from, so to help you select the ideal Hawaii cruise for your interests, here is a brief introduction to some of the most popular islands.

1. Island of Hawaii First on the list is the state’s namesake. The island of Hawaii is both the largest and the youngest island in the archipelago. Its impressive size, compared to the other islands, has earned it the nickname “The Big Island.”

The island of Hawaii is home to many amazing geographic features, ranging from snow-capped mountains to massive volcanoes. Here you’ll encounter beautiful coastlines, verdant valleys and jet-black sands.

The Big Island puts its true ecological and natural diversity on full display for cruisers and there are endless adventures to be had on this magnificent slice of paradise.

2. Oahu Many cruises to Hawaii will have you making an extended stop in Oahu. This island is often referred to as “The Gathering Place,” as it’s a central hub for all kinds of activity.

Oahu is home to the vast majority of Hawaii’s people, fusing Western and Eastern cultures in homage to the traditions and heritage of the Native Hawaiian people.

This fusion creates a distinct contrast in Oahu between modern and ancient cultures that makes it an awe-inspiring, beautiful geographic region.

The island is packed with everything from fast-paced city life to more slow-speed surf towns. You’re sure to find loads of activities, magnificent restaurants and enough beautiful vistas to keep your interest the entire stay.

3. Molokai Molokai is an island like no other. As the second-smallest inhabited island in Hawaii, it’s a mere 38 miles long and 10 miles across. But don’t let Molokai’s size fool you — there’s still a Pandora’s box of adventures waiting for you on these shores.

Molokai holds the unique distinction of being home to the world’s highest sea cliffs (3,900 feet high), as well as the longest continuing reef structure in the U.S.

Much of the population on Molokai is descended from Native Hawaiian ancestors. This fosters the island’s strong home pride and emphasis on preserving the land of Molokai.

One effect of this value for the natural landscape is that you won’t see any buildings taller than coconut trees here. No traffic lights, no large stores — this is a place where life slows down to keep pace with authentic Hawaiian life.

4. Kauai Kauai is known as the “Garden Island,” and it’s not hard to see why. Hawaii’s fourth-largest island brims with beautiful emerald landscapes and lush vegetation.

Kauai is home to tropical rainforests, fantastic waterfalls, a network of crystal-clear rivers, fine-pointed mountain spires, and rocky cliffs carved by time and nature. Its terrain can make it difficult to access by land, so cruising Hawaiian islands like Kauai is the best way to get a close-up look.

5. Maui Hawaii’s second-largest island, Maui, is often called “The Valley Isle.” It’s decorated with breathtaking beaches, the mythical Iao Valley, and heavenly sunrises/sunsets.

Maui has repeatedly earned the vote of “Best Island in the U.S.” by Condé Nast Traveler readers. Are they correct? You’ll have to cruise to Maui to see for yourself.

Shore excursions include visiting fruit plantations, dining at magical restaurants like Wailele Luau (where you’ll eat only the best Polynesian cuisine), and traditional dances and storytelling experiences.

6. Lanai Lanai is another popular sight on Hawaiian island cruises. As the smallest inhabited island in Hawaii, it rarely pops up as a stop for cruise excursions, but its size and gorgeous shoreline make it worth seeing from the ship’s deck as you cruise by.

While not a stop on your cruise itinerary, do jot down Lanai for future visits, as this island offers huge incentives for tourism. Lanai has fantastic luxurious resorts, a world-renowned golf course and loads of rugged back roads to make discoveries in.

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Hawaiian Island Cruises From AAA

AAA offers a broad selection of cruises to help you get up close and personal with the energetic cultures and iconic landscapes of Hawaii, including concierge cruises that unlock a host of benefits and experiences.

Here are some of the top cruise to Hawaii offerings from AAA. (Keep in mind that dates, amenities and itineraries are subject to change.)

Concierge Spring Hawaiian Islands Cruise This magical 18-day cruise by Holland America features four of the state’s top islands, numerous excursions, fantastic food, and a genuine introduction to Aloha culture.

You’ll be able to lounge in the Greenhouse Spa & Salon, spoil yourself at the ship’s casino, relax at World Stage (a massive music venue), and dine in a variety of sophisticated restaurants and dining rooms.

On top of the standard Hawaiian cruise experiences, this is a AAA concierge cruise, which includes:

  • Roundtrip motor coach between Seattle and Vancouver, B.C.
  • Up to $250 per stateroom onboard spending credit
  • Experienced AAA Host on board to assist with all your travel needs
  • Exclusive hosted AAA parties and onboard events
  • Special AAA Hawaiian gift

Of course, the best part of joining a concierge cruise to Hawaii is that your journey will be spearheaded by an experienced AAA host. Your host will manage all the logistics of your trip and will always be available to answer your questions and make your trip easier.

This 18-day cruise starts and ends at Vancouver, B.C.’s bustling seaport. From there, your itinerary will flow like this:

  • Four days at sea, cruising from Vancouver to the Hawaiian islands. This gives you ample time to enjoy the ship’s expansive amenities, connect with fellow travelers, and relax in one of the many leisure centers.
  • Hilo, Hawaii. Your first port stop offers numerous excursions, including a trip to Rainbow Falls and Kaumana Caves, Circle of Fire helicopter experiences, a visit to historical Hilo and Akaka Falls, a trek to Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, and much more.
  • Kona, Hawaii. Your next port introduces you to the coffee farms and microclimates of Kona. Port activities include tours of Place of Refuge National Historical Park, an Atlantis submarine dive, rafting and snorkeling adventures, and walks through award-winning Mountain Thunder Coffee Farm. On the way back to the ship, make sure to stop by Royal Kona Coffee for refreshments.
  • Lahaina, Hawaii. Welcome to Maui — a stunning island packed with beaches, volcanic craters, rain forest, waterfalls, and a host of activities for you to enjoy. Excursions include treks to Haleakala Crater, submarine dives, scenic helicopter rides, and a journey through Polynesian entertainment at the Drums of the Pacific Luau.
  • Nawiliwili, Hawaii. Kauai is the oldest Hawaiian island, and you may recognize it from its numerous movie appearances (Jurassic Park, Raiders of the Lost Ark, and more). Your stop here may include river cruises, a trip to breathtaking Waimea Canyon, sightseeing by helicopter, snorkeling, and food and wine tours around the island.
  • Honolulu, Hawaii. Your last two days in Hawaii will be enjoyed on Oahu’s south shore. Here you can experience Pearl Harbor, food tours through the heart of Waikiki, whale watching, submarine dives, museum visits, and much more.
  • Four days at sea. Your return to Canada is spent reminiscing on the memories you made in Hawaii and enjoying the rejuvenating amenities on the ship.

Learn more about this 18-day Hawaii cruise here , or contact a AAA agent today to make your travel plans.

Concierge Fall Hawaiian Islands Cruise This 15-day autumn cruise to Hawaii features world-class entertainment, impeccable service, and a colorful variety of shore excursions. Your ship is the Crown Princess, by Princess Cruises — a luxury resort on the sea, offering onboard festivals, sporting events, musical productions, and six salons and spas for joyful rejuvenation.

By booking your trip as a AAA concierge cruise, you gain access to additional benefits, including:

  • One complimentary dining experience for two (for one of your port days).
  • A special Hawaiian-themed welcome gift.
  • $100 of onboard spending credit.
  • Priority check-in.
  • Access to exclusive AAA-hosted parties.
  • Complimentary transportation between Vancouver, B.C., and Seattle.

As with all our concierge cruises, the best part of booking through AAA is that your trip will be overseen by an experienced host who knows your itinerary like the back of their hand. Your host will handle all the complexities of the trip for you so that you can focus on relaxing.

Port stops on this 15-day cruise include:

  • Honolulu, Hawaii. As Hawaii’s state capital and largest city, Honolulu offers over 30 excursions for you to choose from. Popular destinations include tropical rainforest walks, Pearl Harbor tours, Iolani Palace visits, scenic helicopter adventures, treks to Diamond Head Crater, and immersive Hawaiian Luaus at the Polynesian Cultural Center.
  • Kauai, Hawaii . Your next port will help you get up close and personal with the raw beauty of Hawaii’s rugged landscapes. This stop offers over 20 excursions, including helicopter rides, horseback tours through the mountains, off-roading past gorgeous waterfalls, numerous hikes and walks, snorkeling, zipline, and much more.
  • Maui, Hawaii. This picturesque island was the capital of the Kingdom of Hawaii, giving it immense significance to Hawaiians and making it a special stop on this cruise. The dozens of excursions at this port will help you connect with the history and natural beauty of this island. Notable activities include Atlantis submarine dives, catamaran sailing, food tours, pineapple and lavender farm visits, and lei-making lessons with local Hawaiians.
  • Hilo, Hawaii. Welcome to the Big Island. While you cruise around this Hawaiian island, take time to explore the iconic black-sand beaches, lush rainforests, and rugged lava fields. Excursions include volcano tours, trips to Akaka and Rainbow Falls, lava field and snorkeling adventures, dolphin swims, and helicopter volcanic landscape viewing.

Click here to learn more about this fall Hawaii cruise , or contact your AAA agent to book your cruise today.

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Hawaiian Cruise FAQs

Hawaii may get referred to as one “place,” but it’s quite misleading to think of it that way.

By now, you can see that there is an astounding amount of terrain to cover in Hawaii — with endless discoveries to make.

Here are some frequently asked questions by Hawaiian cruisers who’d like some help preparing for their upcoming adventure.

What Is Hawaii’s Exact Location?

Hawaii is located deep into the Pacific Ocean — about 1,500 miles north of the equator and about 2,500 miles west of Los Angeles.

How Long Does It Take to Get to Hawaii?

It usually takes four days to reach Hawaii by cruise ship. Don’t worry about getting bored during your transit, though, as your ship offers spas, entertainment centers, sports venues, restaurants, pools, casinos, and a litany of other relaxing activities.

When Is Best Time of Year to Cruise Around the Hawaiian Islands?

The best times of year to visit Hawaii on a cruise are during the spring and fall. These shoulder seasons help you avoid the summer crowds while at port, keeping your trip as relaxing as possible.

Trying to avoid the rain? Book a spring cruise for high temperatures and low rainfall.

Want to avoid the heat? Then select our fall concierge cruise to Hawaii for cooler temperatures.

How Can I Get Around Hawaii?

Getting around Hawaii is simple, as our cruises offer a variety of transportation options. You’ll be able to explore by bus, boat, private car, helicopter, and in some cases, even horse! You can also make use of public transportation, which is available in the larger cities.

What Should I Wear In Hawaii?

The annual temperatures in Hawaii range from 70 to 90 degrees. With this in mind, it’s wise to select clothes with plenty of breathability. Typically, you’ll be fine with shorts and t-shirts during the day, and casual slacks and sundresses being ideal for your evening outings.

Book Your Cruise to Hawaii With AAA

AAA is here to help make your cruise an unforgettable one. Whether you opt for a short trip around the islands or a more extensive stay, there’s an itinerary for you.

To begin planning your rejuvenating Hawaiian adventure, contact a AAA agent today.

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The best time to cruise to Hawaii

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Hawaii is a year-round cruise destination known for its tropical weather and warm South Pacific waters teeming with sea life, so the best time to cruise to Hawaii is often whenever you can get there. But some months are hotter or rainier than others, specific time periods attract more crowds and certain seasons are known for signature activities such as whale watching and big-wave surfing.

Only one major cruise line, Norwegian , offers year-round itineraries, but more than a half dozen others sail 9-to-16-night, one-way or round-trip cruises to Hawaii from ports on the West Coast and in Hawaii during specific times of year. That means you'll have a greater selection of cruise dates and itineraries in certain months, generally October through April.

But when exactly is the best time to cruise Hawaii?

It depends on what you prioritize. The weather in Hawaii is generally at its most pleasant in April, May, September and October, but if you prefer it hot and dry, the best time to cruise Hawaii is from June to August. The best times to see whales are the winter months (January through March), but you'll likely experience some rain. The best times to cruise for low prices and great value are early November and early December.

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It is worth repeating, however, that there really isn't a bad time to set sail in Hawaii.

Here's a look at what you can expect when taking a cruise during each seasonal travel period in Hawaii. Knowing the general weather outlook and what natural phenomena or special events will be taking place can help you pick the right time to cruise for your travel group.

Hawaii's seasons

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There are only two seasons in Hawaii: summer (May to October, when the average daytime temperature is 85 degrees) and winter (November to April, when the mercury dips slightly to an average of 78-80 degrees). Even at night temperatures rarely drop below 65-75 degrees.

Love to swim and snorkel? Seawater in Hawaii is generally around 74 degrees in winter and 80 degrees in summer — and dolphins frolic in Hawaii's waters year-round. Hawaii's latitude close to the equator also means sunset times have little variation, occurring between 6 p.m. and 7:15 p.m.

The wildcard is precipitation. Hawaii is known for its abundant sunshine and lush, tropical vegetation — and the latter needs rain. So yes, you're likely to encounter some showers during your visit to Hawaii, but more so in some regions and during specific months. In December and January, the islands receive almost 3 inches of rain, while the tally is less than half an inch in June, July and August.

It's also important to note that each of the four major islands typically visited on a cruise — Oahu, Maui, Kauai and the island of Hawaii — have what are called windward and leeward sides. The windward sides, which are lusher and greener, get more rainfall, while the leeward sides are generally sunnier and warmer.

For example, on the island of Hawaii, many cruises call on both Hilo, located on the windward side and known for its rainforests and waterfalls, and Kona, located on the leeward side and known for its arid climate and lava landscapes. So, it's possible in a single day to experience endless sunshine on one side of an island and intermittent downpours on the other. But there's a silver lining: the Hawaiian Islands are famous for their incredible rainbows.

What about major tropical storms? Although hurricane season in the central Pacific runs from June through November, storms making a direct hit on the Hawaiian Islands are pretty rare. Just five hurricanes or tropical storms have caused major damage since 1950 — the most notable of which, Hurricane Iniki, devastated the island of Kauai in early September 1992.

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Winter: January to March

Winter is peak season for tourism in Hawaii — even though it is also the rainiest period in the islands — so airfares and hotel room rates are apt to be high and popular attractions are likely to be crowded. Still, a chance to escape the cold blanketing much of the mainland U.S. from January to March means it's among the most-desired times to enjoy a visit to the Aloha State. You'll find the most cruise options during these months and by booking well in advance (at least six months) you can likely snag a good-value cruise fare.

Weather-wise, daytime temperatures are comfortable at around 80 degrees, with nighttime lows of 65. Rainfall averages just under one inch a month in Honolulu, but certain ports are more likely to experience showers than others. These include the aforementioned Hilo on the island of Hawaii and Nawiliwili on Kauai, where monthly rainfall averages 4-5 inches in December and January.

Winter is also the season to experience two of Hawaii's most incredible phenomena. One is the annual migration of more than 10,000 humpback whales to the waters around Maui, where females give birth to their young. The other is big wave season (with swells as high as 30 feet) on the North Shore of Oahu, where professional surfers ride gigantic curls — the Banzai Pipeline being the most famous — during annual surf competitions in January and February.

Other events that can affect flight availability and crowds during this period are the Tournament of Champions PGA golf tournament at Kapalua on Maui and the All-Star Hula Bowl Classic Football Game on Oahu, both of which take place in January. Spring break in March is also a popular time for family vacations in Hawaii, so crowds can be expected.

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Spring: April and May

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The spring sweet spot, between the winter peak but before the summer onslaught, is a terrific time to book a Hawaii cruise, although there are slightly fewer sailings during these months. Since this is the shoulder season, cruise fares, airfares and hotel rates are generally well priced.

The weather is also more than likely to be ideal, with just an inch of rain or less per month on Oahu, Maui and the island of Hawaii and about two inches on Kauai. Temperatures will be in the high 70s to mid-80s.

Spring also marks the tail end of humpback season; cruisers on April and even early May sailings may be able to spot a few of these mammoth creatures hanging around before beginning their long journey up to Alaska. Sea turtles can be spotted on all the islands in spring, but especially around Maui and Lanai as the waters warm with the approach of summer.

Traditionally, Japanese travelers have visited Hawaii in late April and early May during the so-called "Golden Week" when four Japanese holidays occur over a period of seven days. After three years of COVID-19-related vaccination and testing requirements were lifted in mid-2022, Hawaii expects to see a surge in Japanese tourism for Golden Week 2023, so plan accordingly to avoid the crowds. May 1 is also a statewide holiday in Hawaii known as Lei Day.

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Summer: June to August

Summer is actually Hawaii's busiest season since the islands are extremely popular with both families and honeymooners. They are also at their warmest and driest. That's great if you like the heat (daytime highs approach 90 degrees in July and August) and prefer to swim in water that's almost as warm as the air. Calmer waters on the north shores of Oahu, Maui and Kauai also mean that some beaches can be enjoyed by more than just surfers. And on land, less rain means safer trail conditions if hiking is on your Hawaii must-do list.

But summer is also least busy when it comes to cruise ship arrivals, with only Norwegian and Princess offering sailings from June to August (when most cruise lines move their Pacific-based ships to Alaska). Hotel occupancy is extremely high, so pre-and post-cruise stays can be pricey.

Summer festivals include the Ukulele Festival Hawaii on Oahu (in July), Duke's OceanFest in Waikiki (in late August) and Koloa Plantation Days on Kauai (in July). Bon season, an obon dance tradition handed down by Japanese plantation workers, means bon dance events are held throughout the islands during the summer months. King Kamehameha Day (June 11) is a popular annual holiday in Hawaii.

Turtles are also abundant in Hawaii's warm, calm waters during this time since it's nesting season, while dolphins frequent Hawaiian waters year-round. So, while you'll miss the chance to see wintering humpback whales, there's still plenty of sea life to spot.

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Early fall: September and October

Early fall is another shoulder season that offers good weather (as noted above, Hawaii is generally not in the path of storms during the central Pacific hurricane season) and fewer crowds. Cruise tourism to Hawaii begins to pick up again as cruise lines reposition ships from Alaska, and it's possible to find good-value fares during this time by booking well in advance or even last-minute. Airfare and hotel rates for pre- or post-cruise stays should be lower, too.

Weather-wise, September's rainfall is similar to that of the summer period, with totals under half an inch on Maui, an inch on Oahu and the island of Hawaii, and two inches on Kauai. Rainfall is double those amounts in October, but still less than in November and December.

Events to keep in mind when booking a cruise in September or October are the Ironman triathlon world championships, held annually in early October in Kona on the island of Hawaii, and several food and wine festivals, including the Hawaii Food & Wine Festival, which takes place in late October in Honolulu.

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Late fall: November and December

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Late fall and early winter in Hawaii bring a major influx of tourists over the Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year's breaks. But the weeks in between are both great times to snag a deal on a Hawaii sailing — early November for a less-harried ambience and early December for lower cruise fares and airfares. Yes, December is Hawaii's rainiest month, but it doesn't rain every day and certainly not all day. (The rain comes in small bursts and mostly after dark.) Temperatures can dip into the 60s at night on some islands.

Once the calendar page hits mid-December, however, Christmas and New Year's crowds begin arriving and cruise, airfare and hotel room prices skyrocket. If you're on a tight budget or crowds make you crazy, it's best not to book a holiday cruise.

Events to keep in mind include the annual Kona Coffee Cultural Festival on the island of Hawaii in early November and the Honolulu Marathon in early December.

If a post-Thanksgiving/pre-Christmas cruise in Hawaii sounds appealing, you're apt to encounter the arrival of the humpbacks during the first two weeks of December. The waves on Oahu's North Shore also begin to swell, making for dramatic photos. And seeing this palm-tree-studded paradise decked out in holiday decorations along with abundant tropical poinsettias in full seasonal bloom makes for a memorable travel experience.

Bottom line

The best time to cruise Hawaii is the season or month that best suits your schedule, interests and/or budget. If abundant sunshine is paramount (and you don't mind sharing paradise with lots of fellow visitors and are OK if temperatures approach 90 degrees), think summer — although you'll have fewer cruises from which to choose and hotel rates will be high. If you're looking to escape the cold and want to see whales, big waves and tropical Hawaii at its most lush (and don't mind a bit of rain), opt for winter, when most major cruise lines sail the islands. Again, expect to pay a premium, especially for a pre- or post-cruise hotel stay.

The two shoulder seasons, April-May and September-October, offer up a happy medium with pleasant weather and generally good prices, while the lulls during early November and early December mean pre-holiday deals on flights and cruise fares are often available. These last three time periods are all the best times to cruise for overall value — even if you might miss seeing whales and those ginormous North Shore waves.

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    One of the more relaxed road trips is Kahului to Kapalua via the scenic Honoapiʻilani Highway. Pick-up a rental car and admire the mountain and beach park views along the way to Lāhainā. Between Dec-Apr humpback whales frolic off the coastline. Venture down Lāhainā 's Front Street, past the giant banyan tree.

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    Best Time To Cruise To Hawaii Read Article Sign up and start planning your best vacation ever. Privacy Policy Escape to the beautiful islands of Hawaii on a Celebrity cruise. Voted Best Premium Cruise Line. View sailings online and book your Hawaii cruise today!

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    The itinerary features two-day overnight visits to Maui and Kauai and stops in both Kona and Hilo on the Big Island, as well as scenic cruising along Kauai's famed Napali Coast. It's easy to book pre- or post-cruise stays in Honolulu to explore places like Waikiki Beach, Diamondhead Crater and Pearl Harbor.

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    Your Hawaii cruise will let you counterbalance naps on Waikiki with a tour of the USS Missouri at Pearl Harbor or a visit to Iolani Palace, the residence of Hawaii's royal family. MONUMENTS OF THE PAST No trip to Oahu is complete without paying your respects to the victims of Pearl Harbor at the USS Arizona Memorial.

  7. The best Hawaii cruises for every type of traveler

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  8. Cruises to Hawaii 2024-2026 with Carnival Cruise Line

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  9. THE TOP 10 Hawaii Day Cruises (w/Prices)

    99. Escape the hustle and bustle of Kona and round-out your day on the Big Island of Hawaii in style with a relaxing sunset cruise. Aboard a comfortable and spacious catamaran, take in the views as you sail along the Kona coastline and toast the sunset with an included beverage or two. 1 hour 30 minutes.

  10. 8 Best Hawaii Cruises for Every Type of Traveler

    Guests can take a Wailua River cruise to the Fern Grotto, a tour of a coffee plantation, or a trip to Waimea Canyon, the Grand Canyon of the Pacific. Maui is the next island on the itinerary,...

  11. 13 Best Hawaii Cruises 2022: Disney, Norwegian, Viking, and More

    Royal Caribbean offers several eight- to 10-night cruises between Hawaii and the western coast of North America, giving travelers the chance to island hop between Oahu, Maui, Kauai, and the Big...

  12. THE TOP 10 Oahu Day Cruises (w/Prices)

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  13. Cheap Hawaii Cruises

    15+ days Cruise ship quick links Cruise line Cruise ship View Ship Cruising Guide Why Cruise to Hawaii? Cruises take travelers to four major Hawaiian islands -- the perfect way to see it all without having to coordinate interisland flights and multiple hotel stays.

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  15. Seascapes Hawai'i Small Ship Cruise

    Explore four of the Hawaiian Islands over one week aboard a small ship cruise with a maximum of 36 passengers. Cruising between Molokai, Lana'i, Maui, and Hawai'i, the Big Island. Talk with a local Kahuna (expert) in Molokai's ancient Halawa Valley. Then enjoy an evening pa'ina (feast) and Hawaiian jam session with Molokai locals.

  16. Hawaiian Cruise 2023-2024

    Sail to Paradise on Hawaii Cruises. Our Hawaiian cruises offer an intoxicating mix of island adventure and carefree cruising. You'll venture to four dazzling islands — including a full day and late evening in Honolulu to see the sights and experience its famed nightlife. And there's so much to do while you're at sea, like enjoying live ...

  17. Cruises from Oahu (Honolulu), Hawaii

    Insider's Tips. 1 The Waikiki Trolley stops at sightseeing and scenic spots near Honolulu, where you can hop on and off at will. 2 To explore more of the island, rent a car or use Honolulu's bus system, called simply TheBus. Find cruises from Oahu (Honolulu), Hawaii. Royal Caribbean guests can choose from multiple cruises out of Oahu (Honolulu ...

  18. Cruises to Hawaii

    This is the complete calendar of cruises around the Hawaiian Islands for 2024. As you can see, they are available year-round. ... February 3: 7-day cruise from Molokai to Hawaii on Uncruise. February 10: 7-day round-trip cruise from Honolulu on Norwegian Cruise Line.

  19. Cruises to Hawaii 2024 and 2025

    Maui is welcoming visitors. While West Maui recovers, we will stop into Kahului on the island's north side. Show love to the island by shopping and dining at local businesses. Our "On Deck For A Cause" walks during Hawaii cruises will support Lahaina relief efforts. Hawaii Cruise Itineraries Roundtrip San Diego

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    Here are some of the top cruise to Hawaii offerings from AAA. (Keep in mind that dates, amenities and itineraries are subject to change.) Concierge Spring Hawaiian Islands Cruise This magical 18-day cruise by Holland America features four of the state's top islands, numerous excursions, fantastic food, and a genuine introduction to Aloha culture.

  21. The best time to cruise to Hawaii

    Hawaii is a year-round cruise destination known for its tropical weather and warm South Pacific waters teeming with sea life, so the best time to cruise to Hawaii is often whenever you can get there.

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    Cruises From Honolulu, Oahu | Norwegian Cruise Line - NCL © 2024 Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd. "The Caribbean's Leading Cruise Line" Explore the beauty of Honolulu on your next Hawaii Cruise. Visit Pearl Harbor or the Koolau mountains on your next Honolulu cruise vacation.

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