If you are an adventurous person and seek fun and enjoyment on your next vacation than a cruise to Hawaii is all you need. The beautiful islands, stunning waterfalls, amazing beaches, and extremely unique cuisine makes it a wonderful place to visit for an adventure seeker. However, choosing the right cruise is also very crucial as it can make your cruise experience better or worse off.
It is for this reason that Royal Caribbean is the best, as it is voted as the best cruise line for 14 consecutive years from 2003 to 2016. Its ships are of high quality, the service they offer and the food they provide is also exceptional, and their amenities are second-to-none. Let’s now look in detail about the various Royal Caribbean Hawaii cruises that are offered.
3 Top Royal Caribbean Hawaii Cruises
There are various Royal Caribbean Hawaii cruises available, offering good value for a good price. Here are three of our favorites.
One of the most popular cruises is a 10-night Hawaii cruise that leaves from Honolulu and visits several other places such as Maui, Kailua, Hilo, and Kauai. It cruises for about 5 more days and reaches Vancouver, British Columbia, on the 11th day. This cruise is very popular among the people and is rated 4 out of 5 overall for the quality of cabins, dining, service, and overall value by its customers. This cruise costs $859 and gives you an amazing experience that you will always remember.
The cruise fare includes the price of your cabin, kids club, entertainment, drinks, and dining. The ship allows you to see the most breathtaking scenery and views from every angle; however; families may not be able to do ice skating and other activities that are easier on bigger vessels.
This cruise leaves Vancouver and cruises for 5 days to reach at Kauai, Hilo, Kailua, two days on Maui, and finally, on the 11th day, it reaches Honolulu. The overall price includes the price of your cabin, dining, drinks, kids club, and entertainment onboard. It is rated as rated 4.5 out of 5 by customers, with dining and cabins rated as 4 and service and value rated as 5. The ship offers various dining venues and has an indoor as well as outdoor swimming pool.
This cruise leaves Honolulu, Hawaii, and stays there for 2 days. On the third day, it reaches Maui and then Kailua. It keeps cruising for 6 days and reaches Victoria on the 11th day, Seattle, Washington, on the 12th day and Vancouver on 13th day.
The ship has a high-tech setup and high-quality entertainment for customers and always has something to please the people so they never get bored. However, at peak times, the drinking and dining places are overcrowded. It is also rated 4.5 out of 5 by customers, with dining, service, and value rated as 4 and cabins rated as 5.
Royal Caribbean Hawaii cruises provide wonderful facilities, activities, and attractions that make your travel experience memorable and unforgettable. Note, we are not affiliated with Royal Caribbean — I just enjoy their cruises!