HAWAI'I - Land and Cruise

Join Becky for her 73nd trip to Hawaii.
Our 2nd Hawaiian Cruise for 2009.

5-Night, Pre-cruise Hotel Package
on Oahu at Hilton Hawaiian Village

March 23 - 28, 2009

7-Night Cruise on
Norwegian Cruise Line's Pride of America

The first US-flagged cruise ship built in nearly 50 years.
Do it your way with NCL's Freestyle Cruising.
March 28 - April 4, 2009
(Overnight flight returning home with arrival April 5th.)

Your cruise starts when you board the deluxe
Mega-ship, the Pride of America, with 11 restaurants
and featuring personal choice dining.
You'll set sail from Honolulu, with ports of call in
the big island - Hawai'i (Hilo and Kona), Maui, and Kaua'i.

Hawaiian Ports of Call
Day 1
Honolulu, O'ahu

Arrange for a few days in Honolulu as a part of a pre-cruise land stay.  Relax on Waikiki beach, see Diamond Head or surf the waves on the North Shore.  Go golfing at the Ko'olau Golf Club and visit the Pearl Harbor Memorial and the Battleship Missouri. Then sit down afterwards to enjoy a Lu'Au.  Relax in Honolulu before you embark on your Hawaiian cruise.

Day 2
Hilo, Hawai'i
Hilo is the place to walk among the volcanos - Kilauea has been recently active.  See the lava trails from the mountain to the sea while you smell the sulfur from the fumes. Go Scuba diving in the lava tubes for a truly unique type of exploration. Horseback riding, sport fishing and golf are some of the other activities available.
Day 3 - 4
Kahului, Maui
Maui is known for it's many white sand beaches, surrounded by the fashionable resorts dot the coastline. The breath-taking golf course at Wailea is not to be missed. A round here is a must for the avid or casual golfer. Other places to see are Ka'anapali Beach, Molokini crater for snorkeling and the Maui Ocean Center.
Day 5
Kona, Hawai'i
Kona is the place where the renowned Hawaiian coffee is grown.  Try a cup of this fragrant brew and take home a few pounds for yourself and friends. It is also the birthplace of King Kamehameha the Great, the first King of Hawai'i, a fierce warrior who united the islands in 1910. In Honaunau Bay, you can snorkel and swim with the green sea turtles and surgeon fish.
Days 6 - 7

Kauai is known as the garden island and is the best place to explore the natural wonders of Hawai'i.  A trek takes you into the rain forests and waterfalls.  Rent a 4WD and drive along one of the mountain ridges to get to a superb perch overlooking the sea.  Secluded beaches are found next to the naval base.

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Material courtesy of Norwegian Cruise LIne and Tan-S Designs.

NCL's Pride of America - Typical Schedule
O'ahu (Honolulu)  .
8:00 pm
Hawai'i (Hilo)
8:00 am
6:00 pm
Maui (Kahului)
.8:00 am
Maui (Kahului)
6:00 pm
Hawai'i (Kona)
8:00 am
6:00 pm
Kauai (Nawiliwili)
8:00 am
Kauai (Nawiliwili)
2:00 pm
7:00 am

2007* COST*
Inside (Category J)
Outside (Category EE)
Balcony (Category BC)
5-Night Hotel and
Transfer Packages -
 Ocean View, ppdo
 Mountain View, ppdo
Airfare from Rochester

*2007 cruise rates are shown as examples only (ppdo, incl. taxes and gov't fees).
*Becky will get you the best available 2009 rates when you book.

Deposit of $300. per person is required with your reservation.
Prices subject to change.
Oceanview + Balcony
Inside Stateroom
Penthouse + Pvt. Balcony
About 178 Sq.ft.
About 132 Sq.ft.
Butler and concierge svc.
Ask for quote. (494 Sq.ft.)

Hope to have you with us on this exciting Hawaiian holiday!
Space is limited, so book ASAP.
Mahalo! - Becky Roberts

Call Becky Roberts or your bRoberts Travel agent

All passengers over the age of 16 must carry government issued photo ID
(valid passport, gov't photo ID or diver's license with photo).

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