The countdown is on. Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL) is resuming its Hawaii cruises from 22 January 2022 on board Pride of America – NCL’s 13th vessel to return.
If you book now, travellers can save up to 35 per cent on cruise fares, plus US$2,900 in bonus value.
The package also includes a complimentary beverage package, shore excursion credit, speciality dining package, Wi-Fi package and access to NCL’s third and fourth guest sail at a reduced rate.
Until 31 December 2021, reduced deposit rates of only US$149 per person are available.
The offer is available to book until 27 December 2021.
With the return of flights between Australia and Hawaii, NCL’s 7-day Inter-Island roundtrip itinerary will once again depart Honolulu every Saturday, 52 weeks a year.
Pride of America by land and sea
Pride of America will visit four islands in seven days in Maui and Kaua’i. The voyage has been voted ‘Best Hawaii Itinerary’ 15 years running by Porthole Cruise Magazine.
Zero sea days and more than 70 shore excursions let you truly explore Hawaii’s lush scenery, pristine beaches and rich cultural heritage.
Embark on a jungle falls bike adventure in Hilo. Guides will escort you to a mystical rainforest at Botanical World Adventures. You will have the chance to explore old sugar plantation villages, before arriving at a private waterfall.
Discover the Puna district, the land of frozen fire and the legends of the volcano goddess Pele.
On board, Pride of America guests are spoilt with 14 dining options, including two main dining rooms and speciality dining favourites such as Cagney’s Steakhouse, La Cucina and Jefferson’s Bistro.
After dark, the 10 bar and lounge options include Pink’s Champagne Bar, Waikiki Bar, the New Orleans inspired Mardi Gras Cabaret Lounge & Nightclub, and Broadway-style shows at the Hollywood Theatre.
For a change of pace, guests can take a refreshing dip in the Oasis Pool or Miami-inspired South Beach Pool. Pamper yourself with more than 50 treatments at Mandara Spa or relax with a book in the glass-walled Conservatory.
Guests can also learn about Hawaiian culture through the eyes of native ambassadors who are part of the ship’s crew.
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