Cruises to the Hawaiian Islands

Stunningly dramatic coastlines, towering volcanic mountains, spectacular waterfalls, beautiful beaches and a uniquely intriguing culture put Hawaii in a league of its own as a cruise destination.

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Hawaii

Hawaii has largely become synonymous with paradise. It is a multicultural gem where community traditions are kept alive by cultural festivals. It is made up of the descendants of ancient Polynesians, explorers of Europe, American missionaries and Asian plantation immigrants. Capture the sensational Hawaiian sunrises and sunsets and relax on luxurious golden-sand beaches. Hawaii is the best place for a tropical getaway. Heavenly waterfall pools, technicolour coal reefs, enrapturing volcanoes, Pearl Harbor, Old Lahaina Luau, Hilo, Honolulu and Mauna Kea are just some of the many reasons to plan a cruise to Hawaii and see its charm, culture and breathtaking natural beauty for yourself. A luxurious cruise can introduce you to heavenly Hawaii from the most enchanting perspective.

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  Cruise Vancouver to Hawaii
Canada to Hawaii in Style
Canada to Hawaii in Style
10 Nights with the Celebrity Solstice
 09.09.2016
p.p.from AU$ 1761
Vancouver to the Sunny Hawaiian Islands
Vancouver to the Sunny Hawaiian Islands
15 Nights with the Star Princess
 September 2016 - May 2017
p.p.from AU$ 1919
Pacific Voyage from Vancouver to Sydney
Pacific Voyage from Vancouver to Sydney
29 Nights with the Noordam
 25.09.2016
p.p.from AU$ 4363
Circle Hawaii from Vancouver
Circle Hawaii from Vancouver
16 Nights with the Westerdam
 02.10.2016
p.p.from AU$ 2617
Pacific Islands from Vancouver
Pacific Islands from Vancouver
52 Nights with the Amsterdam
 26.09.2016
p.p.from AU$ 7564
  World Cruises
Travel the Globe from Southampton to Fort Lauderdale
Travel the Globe from Southampton to Fort Lauderdale
11 Nights with the Queen Victoria
 January 2017 - January 2018
p.p.from AU$ 2409
World Cruise Sector San Franscisco to Hamburg
World Cruise Sector San Franscisco to Hamburg
95 Nights with the Queen Elizabeth
 04.02.2017
p.p.from AU$ 25743
South America Circumnavigation
South America Circumnavigation
75 Nights with the Queen Victoria
 07.01.2018
p.p.from AU$ 18670
Big Ben to Sydney Tower with P&O Arcadia
Big Ben to Sydney Tower with P&O Arcadia
49 Nights with the Arcadia
 31.12.2016
p.p.from AU$ 9999
Triple Queen Triumph
Triple Queen Triumph
47 Nights with the Queen Victoria
 28.07.2016
p.p.from AU$ 14099
  Cruises from Australia
Paradise of Polynesia
Paradise of Polynesia
17 Nights with the Celebrity Solstice
 20.04.2017
p.p.from AU$ 2278
From Sydney to Hawaii in Style
From Sydney to Hawaii in Style
29 Nights with the Emerald Princess
 12.04.2017
p.p.from AU$ 4073
Transpacific Sail from Sydney to Seattle
Transpacific Sail from Sydney to Seattle
23 Nights with the Explorer of the Seas
 22.04.2017
p.p.from On Request
Great City Sail from Melbourne to San Francisco
Great City Sail from Melbourne to San Francisco
28 Nights with the Aurora
 28.02.2017
p.p.from On Request
Grand Holiday from Sydney to San Francisco
Grand Holiday from Sydney to San Francisco
25 Nights with the Aurora
 03.03.2017
p.p.from On Request
Hawaiian PortsPorts in Hawaii
Honolulu, Hawaii, USAHonolulu, Hawaii, USAfrom
AU$ 1259
Honolulu, Hawaii's capital, is often the first stop for tourists. Here you can experience the vibrant and famous Waikiki Beach. Relax on the long beach, watch the water sports and enjoy the clear water. Stroll through the city, visit the markets and be enchanted by the Hawaiian lifestyle. Discover the city on a city tour and learn about the history and development of Honolulu.
Hilo, Hawaii, USAHilo, Hawaii, USAfrom
AU$ 1412
In Hilo, you have a breathtaking view of both the 4000 m high volcano Mauna Loa and Mauna Kea. Discover a beautiful landscape: orchids, black sand beaches and snow-covered volcanoes. Some cruises offer excursions to the volcano as well as trips to a macadamia nut farm.
Lahaina, Hawaii, USALahaina, Hawaii, USAfrom
AU$ 1667
Lahaina is a region on Maui, Hawaii, with a population of 11,000. Front Street has a lot of shops where you can buy souvenirs for the folks back home. Visit the Banyan Tree, which was planted in the 19th Century, and the remains of the city wall. The city is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Hawaii.
Nawiliwili, Kauai, HawaiiNawiliwili, Kauai, Hawaiifrom
AU$ 1412
Kauai is Hawaii's oldest island and offers many attractions. Mount Waialeale is covered by forests and almost always shrouded in clouds. Due to the large amount of rain - especially on the top of Waialeales - the island offer a diverse flora. The island has many hiking trails for those who want an active holiday and beaches for those who would rather relax.
Kailua-Kona, Hawaii, USAKailua-Kona, Hawaii, USAfrom
AU$ 1412
The small town is located on the west coast of the largest island of the Hawaiian archipelago, Hawaii. From the harbor you can see Hualalai, one of three active volcanoes of Hawaii. Kailua-Kona is known for the annual edition of the most famous triathlon in the world, the Ironman Hawaii and the famous Kona coffee.
Kahului, Hawaii, USAKahului, Hawaii, USAfrom
AU$ 1895
Kahului is a town of over 20,000 people on the island of Maui, Hawaii. The region attracts tourists with its gorgeous sandy beaches and clear waters. A visit to the botanical garden is recommended, where you can learn about the flora of the island.
Hawaii

A hidden paradise of swaying palm trees, cascading waterfalls, secluded white sand beaches, azure blue sky and more, Hawaii makes for the perfect vacation of serenity. This Pacific gem is a splendid mix of ancient tradition and enchanting beauty in harmony with its serenity and island ambience. The Hawaiian Islands together form an archipelago made of 8 main islands, the biggest being Hawai’i Island (the Big Island), built from five volcanoes.

Kauai

Experience a different kind of paradise and escape to Kauai, the Aloha State’s oldest and northernmost island. This beautiful island landscape holds an abundance of lush emerald rainforests and sweeping rivers. An unspoken rule amongst Kauain locals states that no building can exceed the height of a coconut tree, allowing the skyline to be dominated by swaying green palms and majestic mountains, often under a brilliant rainbow. A wide variety of outdoor activities are available from snorkelling with turtles to hiking along one of Kauai’s many extensive trails. Leisure seekers can sample the island’s golden sand beaches and soak up the long-lasting Hawaiian sun.

Honolulu

For the unique cosmopolitan experience look no further than Honolulu, a city bursting with a dynamic culture and vibrancy on the island of Oahu. For a colourful array of exotic local marine life, discover the Waikiki Aquarium and get the chance to meet some of the city’s most loved residents – the exuberant Hawaiian monk seals! Manoa Falls makes for a fantastic dense forest hike, along with boasting a spectacular waterfall at the end of the trail.