Aloha! Why settle for seeing just one Hawaiian island when you can cruise in style and experience Oahu, Maui, the Big Island, and more on an all-inclusive Regent Seven Seas Cruise. Cruising with Regent Seven Seas is a far better vacation value than staying in a resort, as you’ll be able to experience more than one Hawaiian island without the hassle of scheduling hotel rooms, dinner reservations, and inter-island plane travel.
When you set sail on a Regent Seven Seas Hawaiian cruise you’ll experience the best of what this exotic paradise has to offer, including beachside sunsets, lively cities, and the lush landscapes that make Hawaii a premier tropical destination. From romantic walks along crystal clear beaches to taking in the hustle and bustle of life in the capital city, you’ll discover each island’s unique charm while falling in love with Hawaii’s enchanting beauty. Whether you’re pounding the surf or dining at an authentic luau, this will be the vacation of your dreams.
Seven Seas Navigator
An intimate and mid-size ship, the Seven Seas Navigator has few equals. All accommodations are ocean-view suites, the majority with private balconies, and each of her 490 guests will enjoy an unusual level of luxury and personal attention. With flexible dining options, formal restaurants, casual dining venues, and 24-hour room service, passengers can dine wherever, whenever, and with whomever they choose. While on board, passengers of the Seven Seas Navigator will enjoy guest lecturers, evening entertainment, outdoor swimming pools, and state-of-the-art amenities. Regent Seven Seas is known for exceeding even the loftiest expectations of luxury, and a cruise on board the Seven Seas Navigator won’t disappoint.
Things to Do in Hawaii
Beautiful women swaying in grass skirts, raging waves dotted by tanned surfers, swaying palm trees against the backdrop of a sunset, delicious cocktails served in a fresh coconut shell: no matter what you envision when you hear the word “Hawaii”, it’s accessible by a Regent Seven Seas Hawaiian cruise. Whether you prefer lounging at the beach or the thrill of learning a new sport, like surfing or kayaking, a Hawaiian cruise makes it easy for you to taste, see, and touch all the wonders of the islands.
Those interested in learning about the history of the islands should head to the USS Arizona Memorial in Honolulu, which commemorates the infamous attack on Pearl Harbor. While in Maui, head to Black Rock for some of the best snorkeling on the island- you’ll experience sea turtles, cliff divers, and colorful fish first hand. And don’t forget to head to a luau for authentic food and entertainment, especially if it’s your first time to Hawaii. From pineapple plantation tours and kayaking to volcano tours and fine dining, you’ll have access to it all on a Regent Seven Seas Hawaiian cruise.
Hawaiian Cruise Tips
When it comes to cruising Hawaii, there are a few things to keep in mind. While the weather is warm year-round, keep in mind that “hurricane season” for all the Hawaiian islands runs from July through September. If you’re traveling during these months, be prepared for rainy weather and keep an eye on the weather conditions in the weeks leading up to your trip. Also, don’t forget the sunscreen, as the UV radiation is typically much higher in Hawaii than in the home state or country of many tourists.
Since many of Hawaii’s key destinations are national parks or historic sites, it might do you well to purchase an Interagency Annual Pass. With the $80 pass, you and up to three adults will gain access to more than 2,000 National Parks and recreation areas across the United States, with 100% of the proceeds being used to improve visitor recreation areas. Finally, expect to pay a premium for virtually everything in Hawaii- everything from food and gas to shore tours are slightly more expensive than they would be in the contiguous Untied States.
Real ID Deadline
Starting on October 1, 2021 travelers who elect to use a state-issued driver’s license at Transportation Security Administration (TSA) airport checkpoints must ensure that they are Real ID-compliant, which is designated by a star in a circle in the upper right corner of the license. Learn More