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If you "hate!" the airport hassles & the uncomfortable long distance flights to Hawaii, Asia or Australia. So, you have option one way for a cruise back and forth also much more reasonably.
Transpacific cruises represent a variety of sailing options. Enjoy the contrast of the Pacific Northwest and Japan in just ten days sailing across the north Pacific. Or, take a longer trip across the southern Pacific from Los Angeles and visit Hawaii, Tahiti, Fiji, New Caledonia and Australia. Would you rather visit China or New Zealand? Would you rather sun in Mexico or shop in Seattle? Transpacific cruises visit a variety of ports and can last from ten to 45 days. Where you go, and for how long, are up to you. Holland America does a crossing to Hawaii and return. It leaves and returns to San Diego.

Crossing between Eastern Australia and the Americas, call in at ports in New Zealand, New Caledonia, Vanuatu, Fiji, Samoa, French Polynesia, and Hawaii. In the Americas most itineraries start or finish in Honolulu, Vancouver or a Californian port. A few cross from Florida via the Panama Canal, or Santiago in Chile. A Pacific crossing allows for long refreshment and pampering in style; and the delights of mixing with Pacific island cultures. Expect about 13 sea days. Want activity? Modern cruise ship facilities and activities will keep you busy!

Repositioning cruises heading east and west are offered by vessels of Royal Caribbean, Celebrity, Holland America and Princess lines. Sectors of World Cruises are offered by the three Cunard ships, Regent Seven Seas, Crystal Cruises,  Fred. Olsen Cruise Line, Oceania Cruises, Silversea Cruises, Azamara Club Cruises, two P&O International ships, and vessels of Princess and Holland America.

Each April and September ships relocate between seasons – warm Australia and the fjords of North America. Families embark/disembark in Honolulu if Hawaii is their destination. If you want to make the fascinating trip through the Panama Canal, then get on or off a ship in Florida. Many World Cruises offer sectors between Australia and Florida.
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