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7 Night Hawaii Cruise from Honolulu

7 Night Hawaii Cruise from Honolulu

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Itinerary

  • Day 1
    Honolulu
  • Day 2
    Maui
  • Day 3
    Maui
  • Day 4
    Hilo
  • Day 5
    Kona
  • Day 6
    Kauai
  • Day 7
    Kauai
  • Day 7
    Cruising (Napali Coast)
  • Day 8
    Honolulu

Pride of America

Pride of America - Norwegian Cruise Line

Pros

Recent reno added high-end furnishings; Hawaii-centric with every day in port; stellar customer service

Cons

Entertainment could be better; best food found at extra-fee restaurants

Bottom Line

Upgraded ship presents perfect way to see all of Hawaii in a week in style and comfort


Cruise Reviews

1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: March 2019
Went on this cruise for our honeymoon Cruise was lovely but found some of staff to be rude Most of the staff on the cruise was ok but found reception to be extremely rude and not helpful The buffet food was lovely for breakfast ... Read More
Went on this cruise for our honeymoon Cruise was lovely but found some of staff to be rude Most of the staff on the cruise was ok but found reception to be extremely rude and not helpful The buffet food was lovely for breakfast and lunch but found the dinner was cold so had to book the restaurants Wich we had to pay for We booked 4 restaurants cost 300 dollars 4 2 people We had Japanes - absolutely outstanding Cagneys steakhouse - out of this world La cuchina - food was lovely but waited nearly over 1 hour and 30 for main course Moderno churrascarĂ­a - staff very pleasant and helpful but food was terrible I asked how meat was cooked they told me Medium rare and came out well done they severed 7 diferent types of meat from chicken to chorizo but all over cooked So the cruise itself is good just the dinner side is a Let down as you have to pay to get something decent Read Less
Sail Date: March 2019
We chose this cruise so we could sample the diversity of multiple islands in one trip. The itinerary is the greatest draw of this cruise. While the Pride of America is not the most glitzy cruise ship out there, it's clean, easy to get ... Read More
We chose this cruise so we could sample the diversity of multiple islands in one trip. The itinerary is the greatest draw of this cruise. While the Pride of America is not the most glitzy cruise ship out there, it's clean, easy to get around in, and everything was on schedule. One key factor for me was having gluten-free dining options. And that's where NCL shined. I contacted the cruise line 45 days out and they passed my dietary needs on to the restaurant management on the ship. It was recommended that I meet with the restaurant manager when I embarked, but that never happened. I was told by guest services to see the individual managers before dining in their respective restaurants. So, there's a little bit of a mixed message there. What I soon found out was the wait staff have been trained very well on how to deal with Celiac needs. If the waiter or waitress was unsure, they immediately consulted their manager -- who came to my table to talk to me about my options. We ate at three of the premium restaurants (buy the "ultimate" dining package to save $). They were quite good. We rounded out meals in the main dining rooms. I never felt unsafe with dining choices and enjoyed great meals. Our stateroom was not huge, but with the Family Balcony, it gave us a little extra room. Views from the balcony did not disappoint. Our steward was attentive and did a great job. The common areas of the ship are a little dated and showing wear, but with constant cruising, they are doing maintenance all the time. Shore excursions available from NCL and private outfitters was another high point for this cruise. Since the ship stays in port overnight at two of the ports of call, you can book early and late activities on those islands. Our tour guides were knowledgeable and kept us entertained. Note: if you take this cruise during whale watching season, you will likely see many whales. We took a boat out of Lahaina and saw two dozen whales! They came up to and under our boat. Amazing! All-in-all, we would repeat this cruise. And, now that we did this cruise, we feel ready to do a land-based vacation in our favorite spots. Read Less
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1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: March 2019
I would absolutely recommend a trip to Hawaii just NOT on NCL! Everything was great until they took my money. After that I was ignored. No return phone calls or emails from my Senior Cruise Specialist! The ship itself is older, it had ... Read More
I would absolutely recommend a trip to Hawaii just NOT on NCL! Everything was great until they took my money. After that I was ignored. No return phone calls or emails from my Senior Cruise Specialist! The ship itself is older, it had a library, a room for table games and a room for funerals, but no clubs for dancing (only one that played older music). The shows were laughable. The staff was unimpressive. They did not seem to care about making guests happy at all. Dinner in the main dining room took 3 hours one of the nights and at least 2 each other night.. They were incredibly slow and the food was not that great. Te coffee was served cold. The shore excursions were expensive, we rented cars instead and did our own thing. They had a party on one of the nights called the famous White Hot Party. The staff dressed in white and wore wings. They had it decorated like a dance club with neon lights and then they played 80's music. It was practically empty. So boring. I have been on many cruises and have never been so disappointed in a cruise. Hawaii is wonderful and I would recommend it on another cruise line. Read Less
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