Golf enthusiasts can seamlessly link a yacht cruise with world-class golf in Hawaii when American Safari Cruises launches its new seven-night inter-island luxury cruises beginning December 19, and continuing through May 9, 2009. Guests may opt to hit the fairways at renowned courses on Maui and Lanai during any departure, and may add on a pre- or post-cruise luxury golf package as well.
The 145-foot, 36-guest mega-yacht Safari Explorer will sail between the Big Island and Maui, where golfers may play one of Kapalua Resort's two 18-hole championship courses, the Bay and the Plantation, or try the Robert Trent Jones-designed Royal Kaanapali or Kaanapali Kai.
During a visit to Lanai, golfers may play the Jack Nicklaus-designed Challenge at Manele. The yacht can accommodate guests' golf clubs. Golf rates, club rental, transportation, lunch and other charges are additional. American Safari Cruises Hawaii cruises begin at $3,995 per person double occupancy. A full-yacht charter for up to 36 guests begins at $174,995 and includes fuel, port taxes, crew, food, spirits and all shore excursions.
Call 888-862-8881 or visit www.amsafari.com.