Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL) says it’s counting down to the return of Hawai’ian island cruising from 22 January 2022 on board Pride of America – the line’s 13th vessel to return to sailing as part of its Great Cruise Comeback.
Following the re-launch of direct flights between Australia and Hawai’i tomorrow, NCL’s 7-day Inter-Island roundtrip itinerary will once again depart Honolulu every Saturday, 52 weeks a year.
As the only major cruise line to offer year-round inter-island cruises in Hawai’i, Pride of America visits four islands in seven days, including two overnight stays in Maui and Kaua’i.
There are no sea days, and more than 70 shore excursions to truly take in Hawai’i’s lush scenery, pristine beaches and rich cultural heritage.
The voyage has been voted ‘Best Hawai’i Itinerary’ 15 years running by Porthole Cruise Magazine.
“With direct flights to Honolulu taking off this month and cruises recommencing in January, a heavenly Hawai’ian holiday aboard Pride of America is the ideal close-to-home escape for cruisers who can’t wait to set sail again,” said Ben Angell, NCL Vice President and Managing Director, APAC.
“No one does Hawai’i like Norwegian, plus with savings of up to 35% on cruise fares, there’s never been a better time to book the holiday of a lifetime”.
Right now, travellers can also enjoy savings of up to 35% on cruise fares together with US$2,900 in bonus value*, including a complimentary beverage package, shore excursion credit, specialty dining package, wi-fi package and access to NCL’s ‘3rd and 4th guest sail at a reduced rate’.
In addition, until 31 December 2021 reduced deposits of only $149 per person are available.
Click here or visit your local travel advisor for more information.
*Conditions apply. Offer is available to book before 27 December 2021 and excludes Sail Away fare categories. For full T&Cs, please click here.
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