We were honored last week when Yahoo! Finance recommended CruiseDeals.com’s email newsletter, SeaMail, as their number one resource for saving money on your cruise vacations. As honored as we are to receive such awesome accolades, what gets us really excited is helping you save up $1,160 by beating the competition’s prices on 7-night Hawaii Cruises like we do below:
Save $1,160 with CruiseDeals.com’s Exclusive Rates on Hawaii Cruises
CruiseDeals.com has hundreds of Hawaii cruises aboard the Pride of America where we are able to offer you rates that are that are hundreds and even thousands less than what you will be able to book with the cruise line.
I know, this probably sounds too good to be true. However, we are able to offer these incredibly discounted rates because we took out contracts on group space early, and while rates have continued to rise since then, our rates are locked in (plus there’s some added value in the form onboard credit).
In fact, almost every Pride of America sailing from July, 2014 and beyond will have exclusive CruiseDeals.com discounted pricing for double occupancy cabins (on select categories) as well as onboard credits. Here is just one example of this:
-Our rate for an inside cabin is $1,339 vs. Norwegian’s rate of $1,649 per person
-Our rate for an ocean view cabin is $1,509 vs. Norwegian’s rate of $1,789 per person
-Our rate for a balcony stateroom is $1,829 vs. Norwegian’s rate of $2,409
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Handpicked Hawaii Cruise Deals
Hawaii is one of those destinations that is perfectly fit for a cruise vacation. You can sit back and relax aboard your floating resort as you island hop without the logistics and hassle of actually getting from Island to Island (not to mention you won’t have to do any of that packing and unpacking).
7-night Hawaii Cruises
One of the best Hawaii cruise options is with Norwegian Cruise Line’s Pride of America, which offers 7 Night Hawaii Inter-Island cruises year round from Honolulu. This ship features a port intensive itinerary with two days in Maui, two days in Kauai as well as a day in Hilo and a day in Kailua. While these cruises require air to Honolulu, you will actually get much more time in these popular ports in comparison to the longer Hawaii itineraries that sail from the West Coast.
Extended Hawaii Cruises
If you have more time to spend, longer 15 night cruises that sail roundtrip from the West Coast to Hawaii may be a great option for you. These itineraries are typically offered fall through spring. You will also find some one way cruises that leave from and return to different ports. For example, there are 10 and 11 night Hawaii cruises that sails from Vancouver to Honolulu and the reverse; these are usually offered in April or September as ships move to and from Alaska for the summer season.
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