Located on the island of Oahu, cruises to Hawaii arrive in Honolulu, the capital of Hawaii, close to famous Waikiki Beach. Renowned for its stunning beaches, volcanic rock, jungle-like vegetation, surfing and enduring culture, Hawaii is a fantastic destination to explore either as part of your cruise itinerary or at the end of your journey. A fascinating yet relaxing place to explore, cruises to Hawaii offer views of famous Diamond Head as you approach the harbour. The ultimate way to arrive in Hawaii, skip the clinical feel of the airport and enjoy the sun on your face and the sea breeze in your hair as you cruise past famous Diamond Head on your arrival in Hawaii. Whether you're seeking a short Hawaii cruise, a one way cruise to Hawaii or a round the world voyage, there is sure to be a Hawaii cruise to suit you. Go from top deck to famous Waikiki Beach in a matter of minutes with a cruise to Hawaii.

Cruises to Hawaii

10 Nights on Celebrity Solstice Departing Vancouver: 18th Sep 2020
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Circle Hawaii
17 Nights on Westerdam Departing Vancouver: 20th Sep 2020
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Hawaiian Islands
15 Nights on Grand Princess Departing Vancouver: 22nd Sep 2020
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South Pacific Crossing
26 Nights on Oosterdam Departing Seattle: 27th Sep 2020
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Tahiti, Bora Bora & Hawaii
17 Nights on Celebrity Solstice Departing Honolulu: 28th Sep 2020
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Cruises to Hawaii from Sydney

South Pacific Crossing
25 Nights on Maasdam Departing Sydney: 4th Mar 2021
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South Pacific Crossing & Sea Of Cortez Colletctor
37 Nights on Maasdam Departing Sydney: 4th Mar 2021
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Hawaii, Tahiti & South Pacific Crossing
26 Nights on Regal Princess Departing Sydney: 9th Apr 2021
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South Pacific Crossing
28 Nights on Oosterdam Departing Sydney: 12th Apr 2021
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Hawaii, Tahiti & South Pacific
31 Nights on Sea Princess Departing Sydney: 29th Apr 2021
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Frequently Asked Questions?

What cruise lines go to Hawaii?

There are a number of cruise lines that go to Hawaii including Norwegian, P&O, Seabourne, Azamara, Princess Cruises, Holand America Line, Carnival, Celebrity Cruises, Royal Caribbean, Cunard, MSC Cruises.

When is the best time to cruise to Hawaii?

Hawaii is a beautiful destination to visit all year round, however the best time to cruise to Hawaii is from April to October. The dry season brings the most favourable weather with blue skies, warm temperatures and optimal water conditions.

What parts of Hawaii will I visit on my cruise?

Cruises to Hawaii visit a number of fantastic destinations including Honolulu, Kahului, Hilo, Kona, Nawiliwili and the Na pali Coast.

Hawaii - Surf Boards


The islands of Hawaii are an attraction in their own right, however each offers its own unique atmosphere and activities. From iconic Waikiki Beach in Honolulu and the famous rocky outcrop of Diamond Head on Oahu to the ancient active volcano of the Big Island and the breathtaking natural environment of Kauai the Garden Island, Hawaii is a popular stop for many cruises to the Pacific.

Perhaps one of the most popular attractions on Oahu are the WWII tributes of Pearl Harbour and Arizona Memorial. Paying homage to the military personnel who sacrificed their lives in the attack on Pearl Harbour, the memorial commemorates important historical events. Providing an insight to that fateful day, the memorial features a short boat trip, guided tour, 23 minute documentary and free time for you to explore at your leisure.

If you have time to venture off Oahu, the Big Island is popular for its main tourist attraction – an active volcano. Situated in the Volcanoes National Park, this is one of Hawaii’s most visited attractions. Encompassing the summit of Kilauea, the world’s most active volcano, the park also features the world’s largest volcano, Mauna Loa. With dramatic landscapes along Crater Rim Drive, explore volcanic caters and unique coastal areas where signs remain where lava once flowed into the sea.

Over on the island of Kauai, Waimea Canyon is considered the ‘Grand Canyon of the Pacific’ and offers striking views by land or air. Measuring more than 3,600 feet deep, 16km long and 1.6km wide, this awe-inspiring natural attraction features some of the most dramatic waterfalls in Hawaii. Adorned with colourful layers of striated rock, the breathtaking canyon has a number of walking paths that lead to silvery waterfalls and the Kalalau Valley Lookout, providing stunning views of the Na Pali coast.

No visit to Hawaii would be complete without experiencing a traditional luau. There are a number of luau options on the islands of Hawaii but two of the most popular include the Polynesian Cultural Centre, a river village that showcases cultural examples of many of the Pacific Islands and the Paradise Cove Luau, set on 12 acres of private beach and offering traditional Hawaiian food and entertainment.

Arrivals & Departures

Pier 2 & Pier 11 Aloha Tower

Ala Moana Boulevard, Honolulu Hawaii

Distance from Waikiki: 5kms (13mins)
Distance from Airport: 8km (12mins)
Taxi Fare Estimate: US$15 – $20 ($20 - $25 AUD) one way, cruise terminal to Waikiki