Two New Cruises Added for Pride of America

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Norwegian Cruise Line has added two new Hawai’i cruises on its Pride of America ship next spring.  Sailing between Honolulu and four of Hawai’i’s islands, the two cruises go on sale October 5 with fares starting at $999 per person.

Trips departing April 24 and May 1, 2010 will feature stops at ports in Hilo, Hawaii; Kahului, Maui; Kona, Hawaii; and in Nãwiliwili, Kauai.  Guests will also experience an evening sail by Kilauea Volcano and an afternoon sail by the Napali coast.

Onboard the ship features a spa and fitness center, eight large dining establishments, and even a movie theatre.  Accommodations include over 250 interconnecting staterooms, 660 balcony staterooms, and Family Suites for up to eight people.

On deck there is a sunning and swimming area, a large bungee trampoline, and a Sports Deck with a basketball and volleyball court.  Aside from its areas for rest and relaxation the Pride of America also has several meeting facilities and accommodations for conferences at sea.


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