The cruise lines are all in Wave Season, which means they are bringing you the best deals of the year in order to sell out their inventory for the rest of the year. Included in these sales is Norwegian Cruise Line's latest entry: Hawai'i. They are continuing their "Upgrade Wave" sales event that has a bonus day on Friday February 1, 2013. What goes better with the word "wave" than Hawai'i?
On all new Hawaii cruise reservations on board Pride of America, the only large US-flagged cruise ship, guests will receive $100 on board credit per stateroom (regardless of category), plus free upgrades, reduced deposits and an e-coupon booklet with over $300 in on board savings. Guests who book a Hawai`i cruise can use the on-board credit toward an array of incredible Hawai`i shore excursions; pampering treatments in the ship’s award-winning Mandara Spa; delicious dinners in one of Pride of America’s specialty restaurants and much more. Air credits of up to $400 are also available on select sail dates. Rates begin at $1,299 for double occupancy cabins.
Pride of America sets sail on seven-day cruises from Honolulu year-round offering guests nearly 100 hours of port time on four spectacular Hawai`i islands. The unparalleled itinerary includes an overnight in Kahului, Maui; an overnight in Nãwiliwili, Kaua`i; stops in Hilo, Hawai`i and Kona, Hawai`i; as well as an afternoon cruise by the awe-inspiring Nãpali Coast.
Getting to and from Hawai'i is actually a lot easier than you might expect from Charlotte. With non-stop flights out of Charlotte Douglas International Airport to the West Coast, you can be in Honolulu and onboard quickly to enjoy one of the more relaxing vacations you've ever had. If you need assistance with something of this nature, Your Charlotte Cruise Ships Examiner can help, otherwise, see your local travel agent for more information. Email Your Charlotte Cruise Ships Examiner at firstname.lastname@example.org if you need a list of recommended travel agents for your area.
Stay tuned for more news and trends in the cruise industry in future articles. Until then, Bon Voyage!