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  • Hawaii Cruises
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Hawaii cruises sail mainly from Honolulu and are 7 days in length, however there are a significant number of re-positioning cruises that offer a 10-12 Hawaiian itinerary. These cruises typically sail from Ensenada Mexico or Vancouver Canada to Hawaii. Reverse direction itineraries are also available. Norwegian Cruise Line is the only cruise line that sails Hawaii year-round. To learn more about cruises to Hawaii.
Hawaii Cruises ports
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Hilo
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Hilo, on the Big Island's east coast, is Hawaii's charming capital and its largest town. Frequent rainfall in the area around Hilo accounts for an abundance of tropical plants and has earned Hilo the nickname "City of Rainbows".Hawaii, w...
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Kauai (Nawiliwili)
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Pronounced Ka-wa-ee (Hawaiian) or Kah-why (English), Kauai is known as the garden island. Kauai is the oldest of the eight major Hawaiian Islands, with volcanic rock dating back more than 5 million years. But the island still displays al...
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Kona
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The Island of Hawaii, or the Big Island of Hawaii as it is also known, is famous for its incredible natural attractions and specifically the volcanoes that have shaped and continue to shape the landscape. There are also a number of beautifu...
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Maui (Lahaina)
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Lahaina is the second most visited place in Maui- and for good reasons. Lahaina has a wonderful combination of natural scenic beauty, rich culture, and a good serving of Hawaiian history in its sunny shores. In Lahaina, you can head to t...
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Oahu (Honolulu)
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Honolulu is the capital of Hawaii and the main point of entry for most visitors to the state. Easily accessible by direct flights from North America, Asia, and destinations around the South Pacific, Hawaii is a major tourist destination,...
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