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Cruises to Norfolk Island

Norfolk Island (Photo:The Whiteview/Shutterstock)

About Norfolk Island

Home to the famous Norfolk Island Pine trees, Norfolk is located 1,412 kilometres east of the Australian mainland in the Pacific Ocean. Originally inhabited by Polynesians, the tiny 8-by-5-kilometre island was colonised by the British in 1788 -- the same year as Australia itself -- and used as a convict penal settlement.

Norfolk Island's brutal early history was turned on its head in 1856 when the descendants of the HMS Bounty mutineers and their Tahitian "wives" -- including those of Fletcher Christian -- were resettled from Pitcairn Island.

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34 Night
Cruise to Norfolk IslandDetails

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Leaving:San Diego
Cruise Line:Holland America Line
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69 Night
Cruise to Norfolk IslandDetails

Leaving:San Diego
Cruise Line:Holland America Line
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Why go to Norfolk Island?

Pros:

Though tiny, the island has a colorful history and several attractions dedicated to commemorating it

Cons:

Everything is shipped in so provisions are costly on the island, consider bringing what you can from the ship

Bottom Line:

This artsy city has a unique past and plenty of sights and attractions to keep you busy


Norfolk Island Cruise Reviews
unfortunately it rained for most of the time...... Read More
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milliegirl59
Looked good from a distance but did not get there due to large swells. Need to fligh in next time.... Read More
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Fluffy Duck
This stop was missed due to weather condition (not a surprise)... Read More
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wally_bushy
It was a tender port but due to difficulties with the wharf at Norfolk Island, the ship's tenders could not be used and the island used its own, which was one of the first time used, and took only 90 passengers. It... Read More
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