Travel Canada: Cruise from Vancouver to Hawaii in No Time

The price includes meals, entertainment, snacks and accommodation and the photos will blow your mind.

If you dream of visiting the Hawaiian Islands and enjoy sailing the high seas, a cruise from Vancouver this fall offers a deal that’s hard to beat.

And the ship you’ll be sailing on is nothing to scoff at either.

Royal Caribbean Cruises will take guests from Vancouver to Honolulu, Hawaii aboard the awe-inspiring Ovation of the Seas. The sculptural vessel offers everything from casual bites to upscale dining experiences. Guests can also soak up the most breathtaking perspective at sea from the North Star – the highest vantage point on any cruise ship.

The cruise departs Vancouver on Friday (September 30) in the afternoon, then spends the day in Seattle the following day. The ship will spend five days at sea before spending the night in Lahaina, Maui on Friday, October 7.

Passengers will disembark the cruise on Sunday (October 9).

friday september 30 Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada 4:00 p.m.
Saturday October 1 Seattle, WA 8:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m.
Sunday October 2 At sea
monday october 3 At sea
tuesday october 4 At sea
Wednesday, October 5 At sea
Thursday, October 6 At sea
friday october 7 Lahaina, Maui, Hawaii 07:00
Saturday October 8 Lahaina, Maui, Hawaii 10:00 p.m.
Sunday October 9 Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaii 07:00

The cruise line is offering 30% off the total cruise price per passenger. The total price for two people for an inside cabin is US$2,654 and total discounts are US$798.

With all taxes and fees, the cruise is US$2,203.26, or C$2,852.77.

Not only does this cost include your transportation on a beautiful five-star ship, but it also includes meals, entertainment, snacks, and accommodations. The only thing it does not take into account is alcohol, but you can choose to buy a drinks package which can reduce the cost of your expenses.

Photo via Royal Caribbean Cruises

Get more information and book with Royal Caribbean Cruises.

Vancouver Cruise: Explore Hawaii

Not only is Honolulu famous for its breathtaking crescent-shaped beach, but it also offers incredible nightlife, shopping, and dining.

Hawaii also offers a range of natural gems to explore on each of the islands as well as plenty of places to dine, shop and catch live shows. From the summit of Mauna Kea to the massive and accessible populations of manta rays, from the rich history of Lahaina to the magnificent beach of Waikiki, the islands exude tropical beauty.

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