Hawaii Cruises on Royal Caribbean
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Hawaii Cruises on Royal Caribbean
Discover the Jewel of the Pacific on a Royal Caribbean Hawaii cruise! Royal Caribbean features a variety of ports of call in Hawaii on the Rhapsody of the Seas and the Radiance of the Seas. The ships sail on 12-13 night itineraries and are an excellent way to experience Hawaiian Islands.
On a 2011 Royal Caribbean cruise to Hawaii, expect to experience cities like Honolulu. Hilo, Lahaina, Kailua Kona and Nawiliwili. Learn about Royal Caribbean's Hawaii cruise ports of call below.
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Royal Caribbean Hawaii Cruise Search
CruiseAdventures.us features all available rates on cruise to Hawaii on Royal Caribbean. Early booking discounts, seniors, past passengers and military rates are featured. Before you search, if you are looking for advice on your Royal Caribbean Hawaii cruise, we recommend reading the Royal Caribbean Hawaii cruise tips
at the bottom of this page.
Royal Caribbean Cruises to Hawaii: Upcoming Sailings
12-Night Hawaii - September 6, 2013 (Friday)
Rhapsody of the Seas sailing from Vancouver
10-Night Hawaii - September 13, 2013 (Friday)
Radiance of the Seas sailing from Vancouver
12-Night Hawaii - April 27, 2014 (Sunday)
Radiance of the Seas sailing from Oahu
13-Night Hawaii - May 3, 2014 (Saturday)
Rhapsody of the Seas sailing from Oahu
Royal Caribbean Hawaii cruises
depart from several cities. You can find more tips and helpful information by checking out the following:
Royal Caribbean Hawaii Cruise Tips
Where do Royal Caribbean Hawaii Cruises sail?
The itinerary of a Royal Caribbean cruise to Hawaii essentially runs opposite the other ship depending on whether you board in Vancouver or Honolulu. Cruises are 11-12 days in length.
Book your Royal Caribbean Hawaii cruise online
- Itineraries sailing will include the islands of Oahu, Maui, Kauai and Hawaii.
- Cities featured are Kailua Kona, Lahaina, Hilo, Honolulu and Nawiliwili.
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Which is a better ship to sail to Hawaii - the Radiance of the Seas or the Rhapsody of the Seas?
Both the Radiance of the Seas and Rhapsody of the Seas are fine ships. However, the Radiance of the Seas has the slight edge in that it is newer and has more balconies than the Rhapsody. Plus the Radiance of the Seas is a ship that takes spaciousness and glass to a whole new level allowing you to view the island scenery at every turn. However, in either case with both the Brilliance and the Rhapsody, you will find the service is excellent, the staff friendly and plenty to keep you busy onboard the ship.
When should I book my Royal Caribbean Hawaii Cruise?
Just about every cruise web site and cruise line will advise you to "book your cruise early". And, many cruise web sites will tell you about the "great last minute deals" they have on Hawaii cruises. Just a little confusing...
So, here is why it is critical to book your Royal Caribbean Hawaii Cruise early.
- First, cruising is popular in Hawaii and Royal Caribbean is considered a high-quality cruise line. If you are shopping for a last minute deal, you find that the ship is sold out.
- Second, the Radiance of the Seas and the Rhapsody of the Seas, the ships Royal Caribbean features in Hawaii, have balcony staterooms that enhance the island experience. They also fill up quickly.
There are usually bargains to be found as Hawaii is a very competitive market with Carnival Cruises
, NCL, Holland America Line
, Cunard Line
, Princess Cruises
and Celebrity Cruises
all in competition with one another
What Discounts are Available on Royal Caribbean Cruises in Hawaii?
Royal Caribbean offers the following discounts on cruises in Hawaii:
- The most commonly available Royal Caribbean Hawaii cruise discounts are targeted based on where you live. Cruise pricing can vary depending on your place of residence. For example, a resident of California may get a higher price than a resident of Texas. This system of discounts is extremely complex, and, it is very difficult to project when, how much or for how long such targeted discount programs may be offered.
- Military Discounts for U.S. Military and Canadian Forces -- Active and Retired. On selected Royal Caribbean Hawaii cruises, there may be discounts available to members of the military. Please note that these discounts are on selected sailings only.
- U.S. or Canadian Law Enforcement, Fire Dept, or EMT personnel. On selected sailings, Royal Caribbean may offer discounts to law enforcement personnel, fire department and EMT personnel. Please note that these discounts are on selected sailings only.
- Age 55+ may be offered discounts on selected Royal Caribbean Hawaii sailings. Like discounts based on where you live, it is not possible to determine when these discounts will be offered.
- Crown and Anchor Society members. Royal Caribbean may offer special incentives to their past passengers -- known as "Crown and Anchor Society" members.
Royal Caribbean Hawaii Resources
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Money Saving Advice when Buying a Royal Caribbean Cruise
- Best advice we can give: the earlier you book, the better. Prices for early bookers tend to be lower, and, the best cabins on Royal Caribbean ships book first.
- We show all discounts. When you search for cruises on our site, we will ask questions that will qualify you for the best available rate – are you over 55, active or retired military, past passenger (Crown & Anchor Society) with Royal Caribbean, etc.
- If you are flying to your cruise departure port, buy your air separately from your cruise. You will almost certainly find a better deal versus buying your air ticket with your cruise.
- Never pay a service fee to book a cruise. There are web sites who will charge $24.99 to book a cruise with them. We can book you the same cruise for the same price, and, we do not charge service fees.
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