Hawaiian Cruise Guide
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One-Way Hawaii Cruises

Most Hawaiian cruises are round-trip (either from the mainland or around the islands) but a few are one-way to Hawaii. Departures are available from Vancouver, Sydney and Auckland. The schedule is below.

A one-way trip is shorter than a roundtrip, because it doesn't include the days back to the starting port. An advantage is that you can spend extra time in Hawaii at the end of the cruise.


One-way cruise to Hawaii on Oceania Cruises. 53-day cruise from Auckland (New Zealand) to Honolulu (Hawaii). Visit Tauranga (New Zealand), Napier (New Zealand), Wellington (New Zealand), Akaroa (New Zealand), Dunedin (New Zealand), Sydney (Australia), Newcastle (Australia), Brisbane (Australia), Cairns (Australia), Cooktown (Australia), Darwin (Australia), Komodo (Indonesia), Bali (Indonesia), Noumea (New Caledonia), Port Vila (Vanuatu), Lautoka (Fiji), Suva (Fiji), Apia (Samoa), Pago Pago (Samoa), Hilo (Hawaii), Kahului (Hawaii) and Nawilwili (Hawaii).
• 2018 departure: February 5.

One-way cruise to Hawaii on Holland America Line. 16-day cruise from Sydney (Australia) to Honolulu (Hawaii). Visit Ile des Pins (New Caledonia), Lifou (New Caledonia), Port Vila (Vanuatu), Lautoka (Fiji), Dravuni Island (Fiji) and Pago Pago (Samoa).
• 2018 departure: April 13.

One-way cruise to Hawaii on Carnival Cruise Line. 11-day cruise from Vancouver (Canada) to Honolulu (Hawaii). Stops at Maui (Hawaii), Hilo (Hawaii), Kona (Hawaii) and Kauai (Hawaii).
• 2018 departure: September 13.

One-way cruise to Hawaii on Celebrity Cruises. 10-night cruise from Vancouver (Canada) to Honolulu (Hawaii). Visit Hilo (Big Island, Hawaii), Kailua Kona (Big Island, Hawaii) and Lahaina (Maui, Hawaii).
• 2018 departure: September 21.


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