Holland America Line (HAL) has unveiled a special offer for travelers, with savings of up to 25% on its fall 2023 through spring 2024 Hawaii cruises. Passengers can secure fares for these Hawaii departures starting at just $999 per person, based on double occupancy. The itineraries range from 16 to 35 days and are available for roundtrip voyages from San Diego, California, or from San Diego to Vancouver, Canada.
These Hawaiian cruises feature multiple ports, including Honolulu, Hilo, Kahului, Kona, and Nawiliwili, with all journeys offering overnight or late-night departures from Honolulu. Additionally, Ensenada, Mexico, is a stop on all Hawaii sailings, and depending on the specific itinerary, guests can explore Cabo San Lucas and Puerto Vallarta.
Beth Bodensteiner, HAL’s Chief Commercial Officer, noted that these Hawaii cruises offer a unique opportunity to enjoy exceptional rates while combining sea days with visits to beautiful ports, providing guests with a comprehensive experience of both the ships and the Hawaiian Islands. These cruises also have a philanthropic aspect, as funds are raised through “On Deck for a Cause” to assist Maui in recovering from devastating fires.
The options include Circle Hawaii cruises aboard the Volendam or Koningsdam, spanning 16, 17, or 18 days and sailing roundtrip from San Diego. Other departures feature Collectors’ Voyages, which blend a Hawaii itinerary with a Mexico sailing, and the 35-day Hawaii, Tahiti, and Marquesas Legendary Voyage.
For those looking to celebrate the holidays at sea, there’s a December 21 departure on the Koningsdam for a 16-day Circle Hawaii cruise or a 23-day Circle Hawaii and Baja Peninsula Holiday Collectors’ Voyage.
The offer also encompasses Koningsdam’s 22-day Solar Eclipse Cruise, positioning the ship along the coast of Mexico to witness a total eclipse before heading to Hawaii. Departing on April 5 from San Diego to Vancouver, the itinerary includes stops in Cabo San Lucas, a day at sea on April 8 for the total eclipse, and further exploration in Puerto Vallarta before crossing over to Hawaii.