Cruise Vancouver: Sail round trip to Hawaii at a bargain price

This sailing includes all your drinks, meals, entertainment and transport on a luxury vessel. Best of all, you never have to take a flight as the cruise sails you there and back.

Vancouverites looking to visit the Hawaiian Islands this year can enjoy a two-week vacation at a bargain price — but most of it won’t be on land.

Princess Cruises currently offers a round-trip trip to Hawaii from Vancouver, allowing locals to travel to the tropical destination without spending big bucks on hotel fees or flights.

While hotels and resorts on all islands cost hundreds of dollars a night for accommodation alone, the cruise costs just over CAD150 per day and also includes all meals, transportation, and entertainment.

The 15-day Hawaiian Islands cruise departs Terminal Canada Place on October 18 and spends five days at sea before visiting her first port of call, Honolulu, Oahu, on October 24. The following day, guests visit Kahului, Maui. Thereafter, the cruise will call in Hilo, Hawaii on October 26 and make its final stop in Kona, Hawaii on October 26.

Guests will spend five more days on the luxurious ship before disembarking in Vancouver on November 2nd.

date Harbor Arrive Depart
Tuesday October 18th Vancouver, BC, Canada 4:30 p.m
Wednesday October 19th On the sea
Thursday October 20th On the sea
Friday October 21st On the sea
Saturday October 22nd On the sea
Sunday 23 October On the sea
Monday, October 24th Honolulu, Oahu, HI 7:00 am 11:00 p.m
Tuesday October 25th Kahului, Maui, HI 8:00 am 6:00 p.m
Wednesday October 26th Hilo, Hawaii, HI 8:00 am 5.00
Thursday 27 October Kona, Hawaii, HI 7:00 am 6:00 p.m
Friday October 28th On the sea
Saturday October 29th On the sea
Sunday October 30th On the sea
Monday 31 October On the sea
Tuesday, November 1st On the sea
Wednesday, November 2nd Vancouver, BC, Canada 7:30 a.m

Cruise from Vancouver to Hawaii with Princess Cruises

The total for two guests in an inside stateroom is CAD$5,046.30 inclusive of all taxes and fees, which is CAD$2,523.15 per person. Since the cruise lasts 15 days, this equates to a daily rate of CAD 168.21.

This cost includes not only your transportation on a beautiful five-star ship, but also meals, entertainment, snacks and accommodation. The only thing that isn’t accounted for is alcohol, but you can opt to purchase a drinks package, which can lower the cost of your expenses.

The cruise ship is the five-star Crown Princess, offering four swimming pools, seven whirlpools, a live theater, tennis, miniature golf, renowned spa treatments, movies under the stars, a jogging track, an arcade and much more.

Photo via Princess Cruises

Book your cruise with Princess Cruises on-line.

Earlier this year I was on another cruise line’s first trip to Vancouver since the pandemic began. Read my experience sailing San Diego in April.

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