636 Norwegian (NCL) Pride of America Hawaii Cruise Reviews

Great way to see the islands of Hawaii, but this cruise catesr to the large proportion of OVER 55+ in activities, music & entertainment. We are in our 40's and traveled with a 16yr son from Australia and found the onboard ... Read More
Great way to see the islands of Hawaii, but this cruise catesr to the large proportion of OVER 55+ in activities, music & entertainment. We are in our 40's and traveled with a 16yr son from Australia and found the onboard activities lacking and boring. But we were there to see the islands and you are so busy getting off each day to explore that it did not matter to much. It is not a kids or party cruise. My advice for each port and what we did follows: We booked with Tombarefoot tours and probly saved $100 per person on any tour rather than through the ship. However you risk the chance if the ship can't go into port due to weather etc. I am not sure about obtaining refunds if that happens. Your call. Port Maui- Book a TOUR- there is nothing to see where they come into this port (some pretty average shops) or hire a car and do the trip to Hana(beautiful), there for 2 days. We met Richard who drove us all day and over to Lahaina (small fishing town-is a must) for $100 per person which is a cheap all day. His email is kekaukike@msn.com. Port Hilo- Helicopter flight over where the volcano had erupted and destroyed homes. Was super interesting. Taxi to airport and taxi back.Or hire a car to look around but do a tour or activity here, as not much else to do. Port Kona is beautiful with MANY shops to walk through and sit and relax looking out to the ocean- a great day to not tour and enjoy.Kauai we hired a car and drove to the Waimea Canyon, then did the Kipu Ranch ATV on the way back to ship. Would of been difficult to get to and back if we had not hired the car. Park car on street overnight close to ship and then explored next morning up North East side of island. Back by lunch because ship leaves at 2pm. Then that afternoon cruise along the Napali coast which is amazing to look at so grab a drink and get a good seat with your camera for the afternoon. Buffet food and diner food was fine. Lots of selections and dietry options with the flexibility of eating when suits. Our room configuration was a queen bed and fold out sofa (for 6ft son). His bed did not have foam to soften it and they put two doona inserts under the bottom sheet to fluff it up.Not comfortable and we did expect more comfort than that. Staff were average in comparison to my other cruise experiences. Coming from Australia the tipping is hard to get your head around but we included our gratuities in cruise payment and then tipped any better service if found (20%). They do tend to look after you a little better if you do so tip early in the cruise. The decor was not fashionable to our tastes but again you are there to see the islands and that out weighs everything, plus you need to make your own fun. I think its a do it once cruise to really see the islands. We had two nights in Waikiki before the cruise that allowed us to get over jet lag, then 5 nights when we got back to do Pearl Harbour, North Shore (hire car) and around the entire island of Oahu & Diamond Head. We felt it was enough time to see and do everything we wanted too without rushing and still relaxing on the beach at Waikiki...Was a fantastic holiday.TIP: Australians take a jar of instant coffee with you and some Vegemite!!! Read Less
Sail Date January 2020
Embarkation: Super easy and quick. We were early (second in line to wait for security) as we wanted to drop off our luggage and check-in prior to going to Pearl Harbor. Ladies and girls will get a beautiful orchid lei and men and boys ... Read More
Embarkation: Super easy and quick. We were early (second in line to wait for security) as we wanted to drop off our luggage and check-in prior to going to Pearl Harbor. Ladies and girls will get a beautiful orchid lei and men and boys will get a shell lei. Check in was a breeze at the counter. I'm sure if you hit the wrong time, you would have a bit of a wait. I'm sure the Platinum or higher line would help with the queue if you have that status and used it as it didn't snake around the terminal as the cattle call line. Entertainment (shows): The two main shows were great... if you can make it to them. Many others have mentioned that since there are no sea days, you're typically in port exploring Hawaii and after a full day of excursions and walking, you want to eat and sleep. We also caught the magician Jason Andrews twice and the up close magic in Mardi Gras was really cool. We saw the comedian once for the family show and he was really funny. It was way over the kids heads so they weren't too impressed. Behind the Scenes Tour: This was subpar as compared to other BtSTs we've done. This is a perk for attaining Platinum and above. It ocurred on Friday at 9:30am (Nawilliwilli, Kauai). It is hosted by CruiseNext staff taking you to the stage area, dressing rooms for performers, laundry, galley, provisions and a walk along "Route 66" (I-95 for many of the other ships). I'm used to actually seeing and hearing from the heads of those departments and having access to speaking with them on other tours. Latitudes Internet Perk: What is with the fee to activate my FREE Internet access Latitudes perk? On prior cruises, you can access the plan without a fee. Perhaps it is only on the PoA being domiciled in the USA? Outdoor areas and pools: All were well kept without a lot of cups and dishes sitting around. If you have kids, there is a "pool" and "hot" tub on 12 mid/aft behind the checkers game. I put them in quotes because, it's probably 5" deep with a tiny slide and the "warm" tub was just that. Some folks may feel a bit clausterphobic even though there is glass looking out to the deck. Dining: My favorite! I am really not picky when presented with food I didn't have to prepare. If it's not moving, I'll eat it. If I'm really hungry and it is moving, it would probably stop moving in my mouth. You get the idea. We had the 3 ultimate dining package perk (3UDP) with our reservation and initially chose Teppanyaki twice along with Cagney's. We had Teppanyaki on embarkation night and it was "ok." A bit saltier and greasier than we're used to. So we moved the second Teppanyaki to La Cuccina. We also receive the Platinum perk of Le Bistro (Jefferson's) or Cagney's with a bottle of wine and Moderno or La Cuccina. For those two we selected Jefferson's and La Cuccina. The food at Jefferson's Bistro was great as long as you can find something on the menu that you like. Henry provided wonderful service and was very attentive. The Maitre'd (didn't get his name) at Jefferson's Bistro was phenomenal. He was accommodating and helped with an extra dessert. Read Less
Sail Date November 2019
First cruise, so nothing to compare with. Overall very good. The buffet was crowded, the food was better in the sit-down menu restaurants. Enjoyed the added comp packages. Check in and check out was smooth and organized. Traveled with a ... Read More
First cruise, so nothing to compare with. Overall very good. The buffet was crowded, the food was better in the sit-down menu restaurants. Enjoyed the added comp packages. Check in and check out was smooth and organized. Traveled with a mobility scooter so had an ADA cabin but the door was very heavy and it DID NOT have auto open/close...help was needed to hold the door. In addition, the elevators were very narrow and the scooter needed to go down the middle. Also the room button panel was behind so help was needed to select a deck number. The deck aisles did have auto open/close buttons. The balcony on the port side had excellent views. The actual cruising was done at night so no scenery was missed. Island excursions were limited due to using the scooter but the excursion on Kauai was handicap accessible and worthwhile. The bus driver handled the scooter easily. Not recommended to travel solo if handicapped. Enjoyed all four islands even though three were from the ship. Last time in Hawaii was over fifty years ago with the military. The entire crew was pleasant and helpful. No complaints. Read Less
Sail Date November 2019
This was an excellent way to see most of Hawaii, without having to pack up and change locations. We considered it a floating hotel. Our room attendant was amazing. Always smiling, happy and very kind. She kept our room immaculate, ... Read More
This was an excellent way to see most of Hawaii, without having to pack up and change locations. We considered it a floating hotel. Our room attendant was amazing. Always smiling, happy and very kind. She kept our room immaculate, tidying up twice a day. The staff we encountered were all friendly and easy to engage in conversation. Anyone I asked for directions or assistance was more than happy to help. Probably, our only complaints had to do with the food. It is not that there weren't more than enough choices to make as far as venues are concerned, it's that (especially in the Aloha Cafe), the food was slightly warm to lukewarm much of the time. If it had any warmth when self plating it, by the time we got to the table, it didn't have much appeal. The Skyline had nice choices, but the first time we tried it, again, the food was lukewarm. We didn't experience the Entertainment options on this cruise, so can't comment on that. We found the 13th deck to be a perfect little hideaway spot with a small dipping pool and whirlpool. It's the area where smoking is allowed, and it does have an outside bar. Not many people use that as their pool area, so it's not overcrowded and noisy. We went on three NCL reserved excursions, the Maui Plantation; Hawaii Volcanoes National Park; Kauai Director's Cut. All good choices and we enjoyed all three. I would recommend this cruise for anyone who would like to see the most the Hawaiian Islands have to offer in a convenient way. Read Less
Sail Date November 2019
We chose to cruise Hawaii so we could see as many islands as possible. We really enjoyed the suite package that Norwegian has to offer. As a family of 4 the suite was roomy and had plenty of storage. The balcony was amazing and our ... Read More
We chose to cruise Hawaii so we could see as many islands as possible. We really enjoyed the suite package that Norwegian has to offer. As a family of 4 the suite was roomy and had plenty of storage. The balcony was amazing and our favorite spot. The amenities were also a treat with the added butler service. We had access to an iron and additional dining options. The food was average for the complimentary food choices but we really enjoyed the specialty dining and used our 3 free restaurant credits. The cruise staff were friendly and helpful. The rooms were clean. The excursions we tried were worth the time Maui was the snorkeling day. We say lots of fish and a few sea turtles, the boat was full so we did have tight areas for snorkeling. We also went on the helicopter tour of Kauai which was amazing and the trip was well organized and great! The shows on the ship were enjoyable. The Polynesian show was like attending the Luau without the meal and our favorite. The Magician and Vegas show were also entertaining. Seating was always available. Both the embarking and disembarking procedures were easy and we took advantage of the airport transfer. The only advise I wish I had known was that renting a car was very easy in all ports and the taxi/ shuttle services were also easy to access. We hope to use Norwegian again because of the free as sea offers which we fully enjoyed when traveling with a family of 4. Read Less
Sail Date October 2019
We were celebrating our 25th anniversary and Hawaii has been on our bucket list. The ship was a perfect way to see all of the islands. Our trip was a breeze from the moment we got left off at the pier. We sailed through check in and ... Read More
We were celebrating our 25th anniversary and Hawaii has been on our bucket list. The ship was a perfect way to see all of the islands. Our trip was a breeze from the moment we got left off at the pier. We sailed through check in and were led to a separate area for a snack. The cat was out of the bag and I couldn’t hide the surprise from hubby. I had booked us in a penthouse suite with a butler After a short wait we were brought on board by Lauren. We then had lunch at Cagney’s, which is the breakfast and lunch spot for suite guests. Our deck was called while we were eating an amazing lunch. When we got to our rooms, our bags were outside our suite. Jeffery was our butler who brought us breakfast in our suite, helped us with tenders and priority disembarking. We spent most days ashore doing excursions, with only 2 lazy pool days. We enjoyed the specialty dining with Cagney's and Moderno being the favourites. Our other evening was Teppanyaki. Good ambiance but we found the food was prepared with too much butter and salt. We ate at Cadillac diner, Aloha cafe and Key West grill. We did excursions with NCL and Roberts Hawaii. Even though the scenery is breathtaking, the driver does make the tour worthwhile. We had great drivers and others that weren’t on their game. Our preferred tours were with Roberts. If you can take part in the Cruisenext program it is worthwhile to plan the next one, as the on-board credits pay for 1/2 of the deposit you put down. With the other on board credits accumulated, our next cruise deposits cost us nothing. Overall this was an amazing cruise. Despite bad reviews, we did not have any negative experiences. Read Less
Sail Date October 2019
This was our 20th anniversary and we have been planning on doing Hawaii all this time. When we found out about the Pride of America and it's ports we decided it would be the best and most economical ways of getting the most out of ... Read More
This was our 20th anniversary and we have been planning on doing Hawaii all this time. When we found out about the Pride of America and it's ports we decided it would be the best and most economical ways of getting the most out of our vacation. We had a 10th deck balcony cabin and it was perfect. Our cabin steward was our Hero for the week. We almost always eat in the dining room when we are on a cruise and we did here most of the week. The food was good but the menu did not change much from night to night so there was not much of a variety in choices. The buffet was ok, I don't like buffets so that skews my review. We did notice some discontentment in the employees working the buffet and that reflected in the job they did. Outside of that all the other people were nice and professional giving top notch service. We loved all the shows that were done in the Hollywood theater. all the excursions we did were through NCL and we did not have any complaints about any of them. I have found that the excursion guides think that they need to talk a lot more than they do on any cruise. There was just the two of us and we are seniors who still work full time so we were looking for short duration so that there would still be time to relax and rest. I would travel with NCL again if the occasion arises, We enjoy cruising!. The only thing not enjoyable was the long flights but hey, its a long way to Hawaii! Read Less
Sail Date October 2019
Let me begin by saying that you choose the Pride of America because of the awesome itinerary rather than the ship. We were in port every day and I came back to the ship every night tired enough that I really didn’t want much on the ... Read More
Let me begin by saying that you choose the Pride of America because of the awesome itinerary rather than the ship. We were in port every day and I came back to the ship every night tired enough that I really didn’t want much on the ship. The ship itself is nothing special, but not bad either. In fact, it didn’t stand out in any way, positive or negative. It was clean and comfortable, but lacked many of the modern amenities of newer ships. But, who cares? You’re there to island hop and if you’re on the ship enough to care, then you are missing the point of this cruise! Honolulu We arrived the day before departure and were suffering serious jet lag. Caught a cab ($30) to the Aston at Executive Center hotel and were very favorably impressed. It was a nice, clean hotel at a reasonable (for Honolulu) price. We walked to china town for dinner at a Korean BBQ called Topped. Best food of the entire trip! Stopped by the Walmart that was adjacent to the hotel for some last minute items and went to bed. Next morning, we walked to the Iolana palace, state capitol and then the pier. All within a few blocks. After the cruise, we took the circle tour ending at the airport. Tour was fine, but nothing special. If you have a late flight, it is something to fill the time. Kahului, Maui We had 2 full days a Kahului, Maui. First day, we rented a car and went to the West Maui mountains and the Nakalele blowhole. It was a beautiful and fun trip without all of the traffic issues of driving to Hana. If you choose to do the West Maui Mountains, make sure to go through Lahaina rather than Kahakuloa. By all reports, the road through Kahakuloa is very dangerous! One note about renting a car. Avis/Budget had a shuttle from the pier. Enterprise had an office within walking distance. All others took cabs. Cab fare was $12+tip. The second day we took the downhill bicycle excursion. It was a great tour and a lot of fun. We ended in a cool cowboy town called Makawao. Hilo, Hawaii When we arrived in Hilo, we rented a car. All of the major car rentals had shuttles to the airport rental counter, so that was easy. Since the volcano has stopped erupting, we chose to drive along the Hamakua coast instead of going to Volcanos NP. It was a beautiful drive and we stopped at Akaka falls. Next we checked out Carlsmith beach park. It had a bunch of really great lagoons for swimming and the sea turtles supposedly like it too, but not when we were there. I recommend it, but beware! There or large volcanic boulders in the water so be careful! You can easily cut yourself or break a toe. Kona, Hawaii Kona was the only harbor on our itinerary that actually had a pretty place for use to come ashore. It was a very picturesque place. However, it was very, very crowded! It turns out that we were there 3 days before the Ironman triathlon and all of the athletes were there. You could tell at a glance who were the tourists from the ship and who were the athletes! :o Nawiliwili, Kauai Kauai was by far the greenest and most rugged of the islands we visited. Those mountains go straight up! We made use of the rental car shuttles (all the major brands had them) to rent a car. On the first day, we drove to Waimea Canyon. Spectacular place, but we were slow and did not beat the tour busses! If you choose to drive to Waimea canyon, be sure to take Waimea Canyon road on the way there rather than the “recommended” route on Kokee road. You’ll avoid the tour busses and see several worthy scenic lookouts on the way. On the second day, we took the complementary shuttle to the Anchor Cove shopping center. The Marriott adjacent to the center has a wonderful botanical garden with a great Koi pond. We arrived right a feeding time. It was quite a site. Best of all, it was free! There’s also a fine swimming beach adjacent to the shopping center and we had a great time there. Read Less
Sail Date October 2019
I thought it would be an awesome way to see some of the Hawaiian Islands. The room was very nice. Service to our room wasn't great. Our room attendant had the suites upstairs and wasn't around much. The room service we ordered ... Read More
I thought it would be an awesome way to see some of the Hawaiian Islands. The room was very nice. Service to our room wasn't great. Our room attendant had the suites upstairs and wasn't around much. The room service we ordered in one night was amazing and came very timely. La Cucina restaurant food was terrible and the service was poor. Our waitress had an attitude. You really need a new cook in this restaurant. The Moderno was amazing. Service and Food both amazing. We couldn't use our third specialty restaurant night because we didn't want to eat at 9:30 at night. I don't thing the carefree dining exists. If you don't make your reservations ahead of time you will not have good times to eat period! and you might not even get into the restaurant you want. The excursions..... This started our cruise off wrong, we went to the service desk to inquire about on of our excursions and found out that the horseback riding was weight based. Interestingly the weights are on all other excursions, ie...can't be over 275 or 250 pounds etc... BUT not the horseback riding. I was so excited for it. WELL, the weights were very low and I didn't make the cut and didn't know this would be an issue until day one of the cruise. SO it was very upsetting for my weight to be thrown in my face at the desk in front of everyone instead of in the quiet of my own home. IF you are doing this excursion you need to be fit and thin. I can't remember the chart but for 5'6 inches you had to be under 180lbs... YOU HAVE to fix this problem with not having the info on the website for booking. Its not your fault how much people weight but it is completely a Norwegian customer service issue to continue to embarrass and make people feel bad once they board the ship excited for their plans only to have to cancel. I literally cried at the desk because I felt so bad. I didn't need to start my cruise like this and it is completely your fault. I could have looked at the weights and heights at home and not booked the excursion, picked something else and avoided the first day on the ship being ruined. So THANKs for ruining my first day. It was Hawaii though so I got better quick and let it go. It is wrong on many fronts the way you handle this excursion. Michael Masci in the pink flamingo lounge was so amazing and included the guests. He was so personable and just a wonderful person. The staff was so friendly on the boat. Honestly I just wish we had more time. The day we toured the Na'apali coast it was foggy and rainy and we didn't get to see it so that was a HUGE let down and bummer...but you can't control the weather. WE made the best of eat with food and drinks on the ship. The massage was very nice that we got and I really enjoyed it. Overall, once I recovered from my hurt and embarassment day one, it was nice. There needs to be improvements with dining options that aren't at bedtime and improvements with the horseback riding excursion information. Its so simple, but the chart they gave me on the website under excursion info! SERIOUSLY get this fixed so no one else has to go thru this. Its a sensitive private issue, allow people the courtesy of dealing with it in their own home. Oh and it took an hour or more to get off the ship....so be prepared for that. Go down early if you want right off, if you wait until after 8:30 you will be in a line around the ship for over an hour...uggh. But it is what it is, they have to get everyone off. The staff was trying so hard to help everyone. Cruising the Hawaiian Islands this was was so amazing. WE got to see so much. It was my first Norwegian cruise and I enjoyed the drink package. the dining was rough because we didn't make many plans ahead of time believing the easy dining title.... MAKE reservations or you won't get what you want. You have to plan out your dining ahead. I would do Norwegian again, the service really was great overall, only a few issues. SKIP LA CUINA restaurant. So thanks to all who made the cruise wonderful and please fix the couple issues and it would be excellent! Read Less
Sail Date October 2019
I had a very low expectations given the reviews that I read hear prior to taking my trip. I am very grateful that my expectations were very low as I was pleasantly surprised. First the good. We were in cabin 4100 and it was great as it ... Read More
I had a very low expectations given the reviews that I read hear prior to taking my trip. I am very grateful that my expectations were very low as I was pleasantly surprised. First the good. We were in cabin 4100 and it was great as it made it easy to get on and off the boat. Our cabin steward was great though we barely interacted with her. We did not find the boat to look old or in disrepair. The staff was by and large pleasant and attentive and the itinerary was good. Now for the ok but not great. I have been on a celebrity cruise where the food was excellent. The food on the pride of America cannot be described as excellent but it is really good enough for the most part. The main dining room was a mixed bag. The items that stay on the menu from day today or better than the daily selections. For a cruise that is in Hawaii it is a shame that the fish is so terrible. The steaks on the main dining room and you are pretty reliable as are the pasta dishes and the soups. We found the aloha café to be more convenient for breakfast and dinner as the quality of the food was every bit as good as in the main dining room and the selection was better. We rented a car at each port and did not take part in any of the Norwegian cruise line excursions. We downloaded the GPS tour guide called GYPsy And found it to be invaluable in guiding us towards the best sites to see. We purposely arrived late, at 2:30, for embarkation hoping to not have to wait. We still waited about 30 to 40 minutes to be processed. Disembarkation was not much better and also took about 30 minutes though we did not have to wait for luggage.We had full days touring in our rental car so we were pretty exhausted at the end of each day. We did not go to any of the shows. I did try to go to the library but all the books are Locked up in the cabinet and there is no staff person in the library to unlock the cabinets. The fitness center is well stocked and huge. We did not do anything in the spa. The walking track, running track is on the six deck The wind doesn’t look like a walking or running track. There is no other cruise like this and I feel like we got a lot out of the experience. I was so glad to have read all the cruise critic reviews as I felt I was well prepared when I got on the boat. I was also happy that my expectations were pretty low. Read Less
Sail Date September 2019
This was my first time to Hawaii and I wanted to see as much as possible. The cruise allowed us to island hop without the hassle of packing and unpacking. Was disappointed in the theater. The seats were old and uncomfortable. After ... Read More
This was my first time to Hawaii and I wanted to see as much as possible. The cruise allowed us to island hop without the hassle of packing and unpacking. Was disappointed in the theater. The seats were old and uncomfortable. After seeing the first show (which was good), we opted not to go back. The restaurant food selections were mediocre. Never offered shrimp or lobster which we had on a cheaper cruise. Went to the specialty restaurant (Italian) and I paid to have fettuccini alfredo which was offered free at the complimentary restaurant the next night. Other than being a smaller and quieter restaurant, we did not see the value of the specialty restaurant. I did like the gathering points for the excursions on the ship instead of out in the heat on shore. My favorite excursion was the On Land and Sea in Kona. My favorite island was Kauai Mahalo and Aloha! Read Less
Sail Date September 2019
Nothing kills a good mood other than having two 12 once cans of diet Pepsi confiscated by "security" while boarding. I'm platinum level with over 40 cruises and never had a problem bringing on a few cans of pop. The ... Read More
Nothing kills a good mood other than having two 12 once cans of diet Pepsi confiscated by "security" while boarding. I'm platinum level with over 40 cruises and never had a problem bringing on a few cans of pop. The cruise itself was fine, though expensive for a seven day cruise, we'll probably stick to the Caribbean, Hawaii was nice to see once, but the Caribbean has better beaches. Staff and food were the same as other cruises and cruise lines. no complaints Booked 3 excursions through outside vendor (Robert's and Big Island Tours), two through the ship. All shows were good, loved the Comedian. Cruise director wasn't seen most of the time, assistant seemed a bit wacky, but that may be the persona she wants to present. The one tender port seemed a hassle for people that aren't at a level to just get in line by showing your 'card'. Read Less
Sail Date September 2019
We did the 8 day cruise on Pride of America. It started out well until the medical emergencies (3 total) onboard causing us to not sail to Kona and having a late departure from Kauai. There was 1 day at sea because of the 1st medical ... Read More
We did the 8 day cruise on Pride of America. It started out well until the medical emergencies (3 total) onboard causing us to not sail to Kona and having a late departure from Kauai. There was 1 day at sea because of the 1st medical emergency, which was not planned or part of the itinerary. The reason we chose this particular cruise was because of no days at sea, so this was a huge disappointment for many. NOTHING was offered as compensation—only multiple apologies. Otherwise, we did not spend much time on the ship. We rented cars at every port and spent our days touring and exploring the islands on our own. We only ate breakfasts and dinners on the ship—most pallets should be able to find something they like to eat. The quality of the food was okay; people had to constantly be reminded not to fill their personal water bottles with ice/drinks. Buffet style has most selection, but when dealing with thousands of people unfortunately you see some uncleanliness and greed amongst people. Desserts were not the best, but they looked nice. The staff does try to enforce hand sanitizing (“washie washie”) at every dining room entrance. We didn’t participate in the evening activities as we were exhausted from our sightseeing and wanted to be fresh and rejuvenated for the following day. I did learn how to make a lei of ribbon on the day at sea, which was nice. I’m most disappointed with missing the port of Kona, but I would do the cruise method again as all 4 islands have so much to offer. If only there was a guarantee of getting to every port on the itinerary... Read Less
Sail Date September 2019
We booked this for our 5th wedding anniversary and was very nervous about all the negative reviews. We wanted to see all that Hawaii has to offer without hopping from hotel to hotel. To our suprise the trip exceeded our expectations! The ... Read More
We booked this for our 5th wedding anniversary and was very nervous about all the negative reviews. We wanted to see all that Hawaii has to offer without hopping from hotel to hotel. To our suprise the trip exceeded our expectations! The ship is clean but the only thing I think they should tend to are the windows. The food was NOT awful. The Aloha Cafe buffet was really good. Le Bistro was fantastic. The ports were the main star, Hawaii is gorgeous. The staff was not unfriendly at all. The cruise director and the assistant cruise director were fantastic. Josh and Kyle in the Waikki bar made us drinks and kept them coming. We only attended the magic show and my husband got picked to come on stage. It really was a vacation of If you are on the fence about this cruise , do not hesitate book today! Read Less
Sail Date August 2019
Pride of America's 7 day tour of the Hawaiian Islands is a great way to see multiple islands! We rented a car on port days and explored on our own. We downloaded the Shaka guide for the "Drive to Hana" on Maui. Highly ... Read More
Pride of America's 7 day tour of the Hawaiian Islands is a great way to see multiple islands! We rented a car on port days and explored on our own. We downloaded the Shaka guide for the "Drive to Hana" on Maui. Highly recommend the drive and the audio tour. We upgraded our balcony cabin to a 2 bdrm suite at the last minute (bid $400 each) . Best decision ever, as there were 3 of us traveling. Cabin 7678 was amazing. The wrap around balcony gave us the perfect view of Kauai's Napali coast on our last sailing day. The rental car companies pick you up at the pier, but expect the process to take some time. Uber and Lyft are a good way to get around BUT be aware, they cannot come into the Pier area to pick you up, so you may have to walk a long ways. Especially Maui. The crew and staff on the ship are terrific. Happy and attentive. The food however was pretty average. The specialty restaurants were better, but costly without a freebie package. Beware of the Eggs Benedict, the Hollendaise sauce is the nastiest thing ever. I highly recommend that they try Knorr's packaged mix. Way better! The beef in Cagney's Steak house was amazing. Teppenyaki and Moderno Churasca were good and a lot of fun. The Italian restaurant did not measure up. The Adult Hawaiian Beverage package was good but I'm glad I got it for free. This trip has so much time in port, it would be hard to drink your moneys worth. P.S. If you have the Beverage package ... it includes bottled water, so don't buy cases of water separately. The best things on the buffet were the Pizza and the French fries! Desserts were a little disappointing. Good news is that we didn't gain any weight! Bottom line is that this itinerary is terrific, the ship is clean and comfortable, the crew is happy, and we had a good time. Read Less
Sail Date August 2019
We wanted to cruise the Hawaiian Islands and heard Norwegian did a great job. The staff and the food in the Skyline dining room was great. Our cabin steward, Andrew was very friendly and accommodating. We also found the rest of the staff ... Read More
We wanted to cruise the Hawaiian Islands and heard Norwegian did a great job. The staff and the food in the Skyline dining room was great. Our cabin steward, Andrew was very friendly and accommodating. We also found the rest of the staff on the ship to be very upbeat and friendly. The entertainment was one of the best compared to other cruises we have taken. The only disappointments were the cabin size and the food in the Aloha Café which was fair and often only lukewarm. The service at the pool was poor due to understaffing. We experienced this almost every time we went to the pool. The staff in guest services was excellent in answering questions and helping us with reservations. For the most part the excursions were very good, except too much time was spent at the Aquarium on the "Best of Maui" excursion. We would have liked to spend more time sightseeing. Overall, the cruise was very good! Read Less
Sail Date August 2019
We had one night pre-cruise accommodation provided through NCL at Hilton Hawaiian Village. We had to book another night, as direct flights only arrived on the Thursday. HHV is a very expensive over priced crowded resort. As Hilton Honors ... Read More
We had one night pre-cruise accommodation provided through NCL at Hilton Hawaiian Village. We had to book another night, as direct flights only arrived on the Thursday. HHV is a very expensive over priced crowded resort. As Hilton Honors gold, we were supposed to get free breakfast, but at this resort it was $10 each credit, which barely bought a coffee. They only gave it to us for our paid night - not the night booked through NCL. I had tried emailing the resort prior to connecting the two bookings, but received no response on numerous attempts. It took a long time at reception to connect the bookings. They eventually put us in the same room for both nights after a lot of computer tapping. We had booked a partial ocean view - a distant view if you were on the balcony. We also had a distant view of the rooftop luau on the Thursday night. Though entitled to an upgrade, we ended up with the same room for the two nights. Considering we booked a 2 bedroom suite for 4 people on the cruise, it seemed inadequate that we only had one room with 2 double beds - not really enough space for 4 people. The resort is a very busy place. Everything was extra, including beach lounges and non-motorised activities, despite the fact we paid a "resort fee". We thought we would have an excellent view of the fireworks, being at the actual resort, but there are sooo many people there, it was very hard to find a good vantage point. Post cruise we stayed in central Waikiki with beachfront views for a far better price! We were pre-booked on the free ship shuttle with no choice of departure time. We asked to be earlier than our allocated time but were told that would only be possible if there were cancellations. We did end up leaving early, by going down and seeing what was available. I am not sure why they don't let people select their departure time. Things improved dramatically on arrival at the ship. As suite guests, we were accompanied to the special check in lounge and the process was very seamless. We didn't have a chance to have the provided morning tea as the ship was ready to board. We were escorted straight to Cagney's for lunch. The menu was as I remembered it - very nice food and service. We ate breakfast there every morning and lunch there when we were on the ship (not often). We had pre-booked some of our dinner bookings, but not necessarily for the right times and numbers. We gave our wish list to our butler, who managed to sort them all to the same times. We ate at Teppanyaki (excellent), Le Bistro/Jefferson's (excellent) and Moderno (OK) as we had platinum vouchers and the 3 meal dining package to combine. We tried East meets West, but preferred the main dining room for our other nights. Overall the food was excellent and the service was fine. Do check your charges, as they recorded them against the incorrect person e.g. photos, meal charges on several occasions. Day 1 - After lunch, we took a walk to downtown Honolulu which was a waste of time. Not much open or happening. Day 2 - Maui. We hired a car from Hertz. There was supposed to be a shuttle, but we did not see one after waiting a while. We tried to ring the depot at the Maui Beach hotel, but it was constantly busy. In the end, we walked there which was about 15 minutes. It took forever to actually get the car. We drove up to the Iao Valley and took the short uphill climb to the needle. We couldn't get a park in the $5 carpark, so walked from a roadside park. After that we went to Lahaina, paying $5 to park for the day. We walked along the foreshore to the Banyan tree, had lunch, shopped at the outlets and had a look around.We stopped at a beach for a swim and some turtles joined us. Day 3 - Maui - NCL Molokini crater & turtle snorkel. If you are prone to sea sickness on mid-size boats, be prepared. The snorkelling was OK if you could get away from the mob of people, a lot who could barely swim! At the second stop, I managed to have a great view of a turtle, but there were not a lot there for the number of people. Day 4 - Hilo - We had been to the Volcanoes National Park, so we chose the NCL Waterfall & Kayak excursion. There was some confusion - NCL told us we wouldn't swim at all. The tour guide told us we would be in the water a lot! We paddled out in the sea, rode the waves in and then paddled up a creek to a waterfall where you could climb up and jump in the water. Excellent day out. Day 5 - Kona. Tender port. We walked around the town. Visited the markets, but very hot there. Walked up to the brewery and tried a few without doing the tour. Again, very hot there, so headed for a cooler spot on the waterfront. (Last time we did the cruise, we did the Zodiac snorkel at this port - excellent.) Day 6 - Kauai. We hired a car from Hertz. What a contrasting experience. Shuttles were frequent and we walked in, were told our keys were in the car, the car park number and we were on our way! We drove north, stopping at Wailua falls, Opaeka'a falls, Hanalei and some of the other beaches across the northern and eastern coast. (We went to the canyon last time). Day 7 - Kauai - Beach day at the nearby resort in the morning followed by Napali Coast in the afternoon. Good views and plenty of time to see the coast. We had one suite party which only went for half an hour. No beer served! Only sparkling wine. The latitudes function was the same, they roped off part of the back bar. We only made it to some of the shows which were pleasant enough. There was a not a lot on offer for day time activities - they assume everyone is off the ship. We didn't see any cruise staff. We played shuffleboard one afternoon, but had to wait as only one set of equipment. Disembarkation was busy but easy enough. Read Less
Sail Date July 2019
We chose this cruise because we didn’t want to spend a lot of our time on the seas, but did want a “taste” of all the islands. Our originating flight was delayed, and we missed our connecting flight from LA to Honolulu. We had minor ... Read More
We chose this cruise because we didn’t want to spend a lot of our time on the seas, but did want a “taste” of all the islands. Our originating flight was delayed, and we missed our connecting flight from LA to Honolulu. We had minor difficulty getting the transportation from the airport to the ship. It would have been nice to have an emergency telephone number to call. We caught a later flight out of LA, and made it to the ship 30 minutes before sailing. By the way the flights were all booked thru NCL. Enjoyed our balcony cabin very much, for us it was well worth the cost, to order breakfast munchies and watch the ship being docked in port, as well as scenic views of the islands. Loved the fact that the staff was mostly American, and liked that they shared their hometowns with us. We went on excursions almost everyday, and enjoyed especially the ones with Darin in Maui. We also went to most of the shows, and they well all top rate for cruise entertainment. One of our fellow travelers had difficulties walking long distances and that walk thru the terminals at Maui was hard for her, it would have helped to have a wheelchair available. Lastly we extended our stay in Honolulu, to have time to see Pearl Harbor, at the Hilton, it would have been nice for a representative to accompany our group to the check in desk. The bus drop off is a long hot walk from the check in. And it would have helped if a wheelchair was there to assist her. All in all I gave our once in our lifetime trip a 4 stars rating. Read Less
Sail Date July 2019
The cruise was a wonderful way to see multiple Hawaiian islands without having to pack and unpack and change hotels multiple times. The food was good and the service was excellent. Our balcony cabin for three was too tight. Even with two ... Read More
The cruise was a wonderful way to see multiple Hawaiian islands without having to pack and unpack and change hotels multiple times. The food was good and the service was excellent. Our balcony cabin for three was too tight. Even with two people it would have been too tight because the space to walk between the foot of the bed and the wall was too narrow. An additional 18” would have made a huge difference Luckily you spend most of your time off of the boat. The staff and activities were fine. The boat is attractive and clean. The entertainment was ok. The shore excursions were expensive-especially since we were x3. We opted to rent cars in most ports of call and see the sights. That worked out well. The rental car places were either close to port or provided a shuttle. We had NCL book our flights and a 2 day extension at Hilton Hawaiian Village. This was a mistake. The airfare was no lower than what I could have booked, but it was convenient and I wanted to make sure it coordinated well with embarkation. Even though the seats were paid for months in advance and were not basic economy or discount seats, our flight to Hawaii was very disappointing. The airline said that the seats purchased by the airline could not be assigned until we checked in, but that they would be good seats—this was not the case. They were literally assigned 15 minutes before we boarded and were in the last row and did not recline. This is not acceptable for a long trip like a flight to Hawaii. Our day started at 1:00am in East Texas. We drove to Dallas and caught our 6:00am flight to LAX still with unassigned seats for our LAX to HNL flight. It was frustrating not knowing if we were going to have seats or not when we arrived in LAX. What we were charged for the Hilton in HNL was more than I could have booked it for myself. I would suggest getting your own plane tickets and your own hotel if you are extending your stay. Read Less
Sail Date July 2019
This was the one cruise line that visited the islands we wanted to see. It offered a good itinerary for Oahu, Maui, the Big Island and Kauai. Our cabin was small, but it had a balcony and a comfy king sized bed. The shower and bathroom ... Read More
This was the one cruise line that visited the islands we wanted to see. It offered a good itinerary for Oahu, Maui, the Big Island and Kauai. Our cabin was small, but it had a balcony and a comfy king sized bed. The shower and bathroom were tiny. The room steward for us (no.8656) kept the room immaculate. Early on, the shower drain plugged up flooding the bathroom floor and it took 2 calls to guest services for them to send someone. Next time we'll page the room steward directly! As we all know the cruise ships have upped the price for excursions so we bypassed most, renting a car ourselves, which was easily done. They do nickle and dime you, any other coffee other than decaf. or regular were a separate charge for instance. Our cruise included free transportation from the west coast, but think twice before using it. That section was horrible to get a hold of and scheduled us for a connecting flight starting at 5:30 am. The food was quite good, usually, although the buffet selections cooled off too quickly for those who like their food hot. Some of the staff in charge of certain stations lacked the knowledge of what ingredients they were serving, too. A more polished team took care of the main restaurants. Our one special night out at the French bistro was disappointing. Not enough staff led to very slow, inattentive service. They were trying to serve us a dessert after we wanted the check. Read Less
Sail Date July 2019
Cruise was so fun, we mostly ate in the buffet but skyline Restaurant was nice also. Food was good but I’ve had better on other ships. No steak and lobster night here. We did have a small problem with the toilets not flushing for a time ... Read More
Cruise was so fun, we mostly ate in the buffet but skyline Restaurant was nice also. Food was good but I’ve had better on other ships. No steak and lobster night here. We did have a small problem with the toilets not flushing for a time but they fixed it quickly and it never interfered with our plans. We saw several shows These Guys Worldwide were there from Vegas and were really good. Also saw the “adult” comedian he was pretty funny. Also spent several nights in the “Pink Champagne Bar” the guy on piano did several tributes throughout the cruise and was very good. Most shore stops we rented a car and drove ourselves around islands, much more economical and you see a lot more stuff then on excursions. The only sort of downside was that we were told many times by their booking people that we would get a $50 credit per excursion and it turned out it was per port. But what is $50 when you’ve already spent this much on a cruise. Read Less
Sail Date July 2019
I have rated our overall experience on NCL “Good”. The itinerary was Amazing!! This is the only way to visit all of the Hawaiian Islands. We are frequent experienced cruisers with Royal Caribbean, Disney & Carnival. This was our ... Read More
I have rated our overall experience on NCL “Good”. The itinerary was Amazing!! This is the only way to visit all of the Hawaiian Islands. We are frequent experienced cruisers with Royal Caribbean, Disney & Carnival. This was our 1st time cruising with NCL. Initial greetings for passengers were great at embarkation but throughout the cruise, some of the ships staff never smiled or greeted passengers passing by on the ship. They seem as if they weren’t happy. Cabin: Our balcony stateroom had sawdust on the balcony rail & floor. I actually thought it was termites. Definitely was not impressed. Renovations are definitely needed. Our cabin attendant was very nice but did not know our names. We’ve sailed in the past with RCCL, Disney & Carnival and the cabin attendants made sure that they knew our names and gave us business cards so that we remembered their names which makes it very personable. Cabin toilets: At port one day our toilet was not flushing. Guest Services said that we would have to go down to Deck 5 to use the restroom. Really!! At least announce the suspension of the toilet system on the over head system so that we are not Blindsided. After calling to complain, our toilets flushed eventually. Shaking my head. Aloha Cafe: Breakfast & Lunch was good. Dinner not a lot of options. I must say that Lunch was always better than Dinner. Aloha Cafe Dining area: a white male staff was heard saying “this is very stressful” while picking up plates & utensils. He repeated it several times. Staff in that area did not smile or asked if anyone needed anything or passed out juices like on RCCL, Disney or Carnival. There was one young lady Salyrica Wilson that was very nice & greeted us with a smile everyday. There were 2 other young ladies that had a great personality that we met our last lunch day. Main Dining Skyline & French Restaurants: Very slow service. Our waiters & servers did not interact with the kids but to give them crayons & coloring menus. Unlike RCCL, Disney & Carnival, there were tricks & interaction with the kids. T : Was Amazing! Our Japanese cook was fun & entertaining for our dinner party of 9 on our last night. It was an awesome surprise to see him our last morning in the Aloha Cafe. He made excellent omelettes. Entertainment: The cruise entertainment director was very dry & boring, especially when she said “and Aloha!” Very Boring!! She wasn’t exciting at all. No music Read Less
Sail Date July 2019
We chose this ship because of its location. We have been on 6 cruises with another line and consider ourselves fully happy with it, BUT for our 25th anniversary we wanted to visit our only remaining state and only NCL does Hawaii on a ... Read More
We chose this ship because of its location. We have been on 6 cruises with another line and consider ourselves fully happy with it, BUT for our 25th anniversary we wanted to visit our only remaining state and only NCL does Hawaii on a regular basis and only NCL does only Hawaii on a 7 night cruise. The best way to describe our trip is to say we were very pleased with the itinerary and we were satisfied with the ship. To be honest we will not be changing lines, but will return to our "home", but we do not in any way regret taking this cruise. As a history buff I appreciated the American theme and found many parts of the ship's public areas attractive. The embarkation went very smoothly and the terminal in Honolulu was as nice as we have encountered. We enjoyed our first meal in the Aloha Cafe and then easily found our stateroom. Our attendant, Dio, warmly greeted us and he proved to be an excellent steward throughout our journey. Our cabin was very similar to what we have come to expect on other ships. This was our first time experiencing Freestyle Dining. We are sure it works for many, but truthfully we like being assigned a table and a regular dining time as it has always allowed us to become friends with head waiters, waiters/waitresses and the assistants. We tried the Liberty and Skyline for dinner as well as three of the "specialty" ones. We ate breakfast in the Skyline each day and for lunch did the Aloha Cafe and Cadillac Diner. Breakfast was good every day and Hamilton--who we had 3 mornings--was quite good as a waiter. We highly recommend Jefferson's Bistro if one likes French cuisine, but would pass on Moderno, which we really did not enjoy and on Teppanyaki which was good, but not as good as what we have in our own county. We did like our milkshakes at Cadillac and the burgers and we loved the decor. We found the Aloha to be inconsistent in quality which is something we have not experienced in similar venues on our other ships. It is also only fair to say we felt that some crew members in the dining places did not enjoy their jobs. Even if the job is not fun, we have never seen this on other ships. One would hope they could at least "fake it". We are not difficult to wait on as we try to be patient and polite realizing that service is a challenging job. We were very pleased with the entertainment. The production shows were very good. The vocal group (These Guys Worldwide) and duo (Toby Beau) were great. The magician was funny and "magical" and the comedian was quite good at his family show. We did not attend his "adult" show as we do not appreciate that sort of comedy. We liked every port and all the shore excursions we did. Every driver/guide we had was professional and engaging and all modes of transportation afforded were good and clean. We had no problems getting ashore whether pierside or tendering and felt this part of our trip was well handled by the ship in every way. IF you are looking to visit Hawaii and see more than one island, we would recommend Pride of America as a way to get a lot for your dollar and as a way to travel between the islands much more easily than flying between them--unless you like airports (even Honolulu is not a world class one) and security lines and dealing with baggage... Read Less
Sail Date July 2019
There is definitely something to be said for doing the same route throughout the year. We chose this cruise because it was the only cruise line that circled the Hawaiian Islands in the summer, when the kids were out of school. Very well ... Read More
There is definitely something to be said for doing the same route throughout the year. We chose this cruise because it was the only cruise line that circled the Hawaiian Islands in the summer, when the kids were out of school. Very well organized. You're at port every day. Felt safe...much more so than when traveling out of the country. Our Spring cell phones charged local rates on land, but needed to have the ship's wifi service on the boat. Food was excellent. We did both sit-down and buffet. Kids (10, 11, 13) loved the kids and teen club and looked forward to it every evening. Excellent choice of excursions; was very happy with being able to experience the different islands, climate, and culture; engaged and knowledgeable tour guides. Fitness center was great; clean, spacious, well stocked with equipment; we went nearly every day of the cruise. Great value: flights across the country and then half way across the Pacific, four islands, excursions at every port, twice daily cabin service, kids' clubs, delicious food of a wide variety...would not have been realistically affordable any other way for a family of 5. Read Less
Sail Date June 2019
We have 40+ cruises, mostly on Carnival. We wanted to see the most Hawaii islands possible in 7 days. This could only be done on NCL. We sailed NCL about 14 years ago and it was a disappointing experience mostly with dining. So, we were ... Read More
We have 40+ cruises, mostly on Carnival. We wanted to see the most Hawaii islands possible in 7 days. This could only be done on NCL. We sailed NCL about 14 years ago and it was a disappointing experience mostly with dining. So, we were reluctant to sail on NCL again. Many on the current reviews are not good, so that didn't help. We flew into Honolulu a day early to sight see and guarantee we do miss the ship. I recommend this because our flight was delayed and we missed a connection. So we did a 3hr south shore tour and watched Fireworks on Waikiki beach( Every Friday Night they have a show ). Look it up. Saturday we were able to get on the ship at 11am, if your a latitudes member, get in the fast lane. First thing you need to do is setup you dining reservations for the week. NCL had a system glitch that erased ours. Monday Night is dress up night. About 40% of the people dress up. Tuesday night is dress up in white night for the White Hot Party. Back to Saturday! Have lunch in the Main dining room, you will be impressed with the menu. Our room wasn't ready, but they allowed us to leave our backpack and wine in the room. Did you know, you can bring as many bottles of wine on board as you like but they charge $15 per bottle at check in. Don't pack in your checked bags. It's cheaper than buying on board for $40min. You can bring your wine to dinner and they will serve it. Since the ship leaves at 7pm, we decided to go to China Town, and Aloha Stadium Swap meet. The Taxi was cheaper than Uber! They both closed 3pm, so we didn't have much time. Really good deals at both. We spent hours at the swap-meet rebuying all our souvenirs. Walmart has a lot of souvenirs but the swap meet was much cheaper. Make sure you're on deck when you're leaving at night, it's beautiful. The first night we ate at the Steak House which was very good and too much food. During the cruise, we ate at 3 different pay restaurants. The Brazillian Steak house was Awesome. Teppanyaki was awsome with a great show. East Meets West was very good too. I was also happy with all the food in the Main Dining rooms (Skyline and Liberty). NCL have really stepped their food game up. The 24 hour Cadilac diner was also very good. If you didn't know, this is an American based ship that never leaves the the US, so there's No Casino. and they must hire mostly if not all american staff. So, it is very different from most cruise ships. All of the restaurant staff were very nice and helpful. The cabin stewart could use some inprovement. I along with another cabin requested ice every evening, and that seemed to be a problem. The last night, no turn down service , no ice, and no extra tip! All shore excursions average $100+ per person in each port It was 9 adults and 4 teens in our group, so we rented a cars in every port and self toured with the Shaka App. Awesome way to see the island on your own time. Good prices for cars: DiscountHawaiiCarRental.com, CostcoTravel.com, Priceline.com. No credit card needed to hold cars. Most of the rental car companies are slow moving so, you can get your car faster if your a member. Avis and Budget has quick service where you can pickup your car quicker. Make sure you call and add your member number to your reservation, you will thank me later. You can't add the number many times when you book thru a second party, so call. Many people have the question about parking rental cars overnight at Maui and Kauai. In Maui, I was tould I could pay for airport parking and the shuttle will bring me back and forth. I decided to rent 2 different cars for the 2 days. I turned the car in each night. If you're driving to Hana, don't rent a full size SUV, the winding road can get tight in many places. I had a Jeep and it was just right. In Kauai there is overnight parking outside the port. Free parking is limited (about 20 spaces street side) this is good if you need to go to the ship for a couple of hours and go back out to a Luau (15min walk). They have overnight cruise passenger parking at the Arbor Mall for $20 (30min walk), plenty of parking available. We drove to Smith's Luau (15min). We're not big eaters so we purchased tickets to see the show only for $15. Awesome show. Get there early to enjoy the gardens and get good seats at stage before the buffet ends. Day 2 in Kauai too short to rent a car. We took advantage of all the free shuttles availible to 3 different mall, Walmart, beach, etc. There's a little beach behind the Arbor mall. You can take the shuttle there. There's also a free tour trolly that has many different stops. We were so busy and tired everyday that we didn't catch any shows on the ship, so I can't comment on any. I saw the advertisements. They had 2 different broadway shows, a magician, and a comedian. There were probably others that I missed to. Our dinner always conflicted with the shows. The show times were always 7:30 and 9:00. It was a late night adult comedy show one night about 10:15. After dinner every night there was Karoke, Piano Bar/lounge. The nightclub was open everynight with a theme Toga night, white hot party, 70's, 80's, 90's, etc. All the performers and staff are in the nightclub everynight putting on a show on the dance floor. The first night it was a live band with several different singers. The other nights they have various activities on the dance floor to motivate you to dance. At 11:00, the staff misteriously disappears and you are left with the DJ. He dosen't take requests, so don't even try. The few that are there, slowly begin to leave. I rarely seen anyone dancing after the staff left. The nightclub closes at 12:00. The Piano bar closes at 12:00 . The ship is a ghost town at 12:01. Good time to go to the 24hr diner. Food pretty good. I overdosed on the Buffalo wings. Wake up early, and eat breakfast in the main dining room, it's so much better than the buffet. There are many different restaurants, cafes, bars, and areas of the ship I didn't get to visit. I think I needed a sea day to catch up. I hope I covered everything. Debarkation was smooth and easy. I flight didn't leave until 11:30pm. We booked a room so we would have somewhere to store our luggage and freshen up before our flight. We went back to Aloha Stadium Swap meet and Pearl Harbor Museum (Awesome must see). Read Less
Sail Date June 2019
Pride of America Ratings
Category Editor Member
Cabins 5.0 3.9
Dining 5.0 3.5
Entertainment 4.0 3.5
Public Rooms 4.0 4.1
Fitness Recreation 5.0 3.8
Family 5.0 3.8
Shore Excursion 5.0 4.0
Enrichment 4.0 3.5
Service 5.0 3.8
Value For Money 4.0 3.5
Rates 3.0 3.7

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