7 Night Hawaii Cruises $499

ncl2This is by far the best deal we’ve seen on the 7-day inter-island NCL Price of America cruises.  If you want to pay slightly more, for only $599, you get an outside cabin and for $699, a balcony cabin.  Prices are per person, double occupancy.

When you compare this with the cost of inter-island transportation costs and hassle, meals and hotels, it clearly becomes the least expensive way to see all of the major islands, albeit briefly.

This is a great introductory trip for a first time Hawaii visitor.  If you’ve ever been on this cruise, we’d appreciate your comments.

Departures are available on October 17, 24, 31 and November 7, 14, 21, 28.


  • Sat       Honoluluncl1
  • Sun      Kahului, Maui
  • Mon     Kahului, Maui
  • Tue      Hilo, Big Island
  • Tue      Kilauea Volcano Cruising
  • Wed     Kona, Big Island
  • Thu      Kauai
  • Fri        Kauai
  • Sat       Honolulu

8 thoughts on “7 Night Hawaii Cruises $499”

  1. Hi Jeff,
    We have been thinking of taking this cruise for sometime. What is the best month?? We have taken a few cruises and I have never gotten sick but have heard the water around Hawii can get rough?


    1. Hi Shelly,

      If it were me, I’d go in the fall, perhaps September or October. Great weather, calm ocean conditions, fewer visitors on the islands. My favorite time of year in Hawaii.



    1. Hi Lee,

      Don’t have any particular suggestions, but I’ll say that the evenings are quite a bit cooler as of this past week. So definitely a sweater and something waterproof for rain. Have a great time and let us know how you enjoy it.

      Aloha, Jeff

  2. Dear Jeff and Rob,
    You have a fantastic site…!
    I am leaving in a few hours to embark this Honolulu roundtrip ‘7 Night Hawaii Cruise’. I will let you know about our first Hawaii experience once we are back home.
    Any last minute advice/recommendation…?

    1. Hi Francisco,

      Thanks for the nice words. Please let us know how you enjoy the cruise.

      Have you had a look at the Hawaii Revealed series guidebooks?

      Are you considering renting cars on the islands? I think you can find good deals (try using the Island Air website discount codes), and they’ll pick you up and drop you off at the dock.

      Look forward to hearing from you.

      Aloha, Rob

  3. We have taken this cruise twice and will repeat it this winter using the deal noted here. Experienced cruisers will be disappointed in the ship because it lacks the quality in meals and service one is used to but by using it as a floating hotel its a fantastic way to visit the islands economically. You need to unpack only once and can save a fortune on meals and hotel rooms.

    Keep in mind that the real attraction is Hawaii not the ship.


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