3 Hawaii Cruises to Check Out for 2012

by Jessica on January 26, 2012

by Jessica | January 26th, 2012  

The Hawaiian Islands are the proverbial island paradise and the best way to experience the crystal clear water and cool trade winds is on a Hawaiian cruise. Without having to worry about meals, accommodation and transportation, you can visit each island in style with one of the cheap cruises below. With all the amenities of a first class resort, getting there is a vacation in itself, and once you reach the islands the adventure begins. Cruises depart from major cities throughout the year. Here are three excellent Hawaiian cruises in 2012.

Princess Cruises

Princess Cruises are organized so that the journey is just as much fun as the destination. They sail roundtrip from Los Angeles or San Francisco and visit Honolulu, Hilo, Kauai and Maui. They bring the spirit of Hawaii on board the ship with island activities, cultural events and lectures on the art and culture of Hawaii. They also offer freshly prepared Hawaiian cuisine. Ukulele lessons, making fresh flower leis, hula dance lessons and Hawaiian themed movies are just a few of the ways they bring the Hawaiian experience on board. Cruises leave San Francisco for 15 days roundtrip on March 19th, April 13th and 28th, October 6th and 21st and November 5th and 20th.

Norwegian Cruise Line

Norwegian Cruise Line offers inter-island Hawaiian cruises for seven days and nine nights. They promise a visit to each island where you can leisurely explore the forests, volcanoes and cities. On board NCL has a free style atmosphere where passengers can eat when they want and with whom they want and dress how they want. Accommodation, meals and entertainment is all included, so all you need to do is enjoy yourself and have a relaxing journey and exciting adventure in Hawaii. They depart from and return to Honolulu throughout 2012.

Holland America

Holland America has a 16 day cruise from April 19th to May 5th in 2012. They depart from Vancouver, British Columbia and are at sea for five days. They visit Hilo, Honolulu for two days, Nawiliwili Kauai, Lahaina, Maui and five days at sea back to Vancouver. They offer freedom to dine as you wish and several dining rooms with award winning cuisine. You will find on board a café with espresso and the New York Times, a spa and salon, fitness center with personal trainers, a digital workshop, culinary arts center, afternoon Dutch High Tea once during the cruise, 24 hour in-room dining, gaming in the casino, live music entertainment and DJs for dancing as well as movies and more.

Cruising Hawaii provides a warm cultural experience, and the best possible beach holiday destinations. It gives true value for money because it includes everything and more that you need for a spectacular vacation. For the same price you can visit multiple locations. You are able to visit the islands without unpacking each time and arranging and paying for flights. You can join groups and meet new friends or have a romantic, secluded honeymoon. The choice is yours, and that is the best reason ever to take a cruise to Hawaii.

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