We chose the Hawaiian cruise ship photo today because Hawaiian cruises have become very popular as a Hawaii vacation, especially for people who are not quite certain which Hawaiian island to visit first on their trip to Hawaii. Who can resist a Hawaii all-inclusive cruise where you can see all the major Hawaiian islands and at the same time can be on a 24/7 Hawaii vacation. No need to rent a car, decide whether you want to book a hotel or reserve a vacation rental, no shopping or cooking necessary. Your meals, drinks and snacks are taken care of. No extra expenses for fancy restaurants or entertainment shows. These are all included in your price. And the views of Hawaii and its natural beauty from the deck of the cruise are unique and spectacular!
Basically, there are three types of Hawaiian cruise itineraries. First, some Hawaiian cruises start or end in Hawaii and connect to California, Ensenada or Vancouver. Other itineraries combine Hawaii cruises with French Polynesia. The most popular type of Hawaii cruise sails entirely within the Hawaiian Islands, or begins and ends in Hawaii and includes one foreign port, such as Fanning Island, in the itinerary.