Norwegian Cruise Line's Pride of America
Enjoy island-hopping in style with Pride of America's comfortable and lavish accommodations. Unwind in a room with a view in the Oceanview Staterooms or wake up to a glass full of sunshine on your balcony.
Reservations and Travel Tips
You may request a reservation form from Altair Travel or register online here. In order to feel safe and secure when you travel, travel insurance is highly recommended for CUC Cruises and is included in the required deposit. Details on complete insurance coverage will be mailed with your documents.
Prices do not include airfare, taxes or insurance and are based on double occupancy. Single, triple and quad cabins are based on availability. To inquire about these cabin rates or for pre- or post-cruise hotel accommodations, call Jill Donati at Altair Travel And Cruises at 800-880-0055 or you may email her at email@example.com.
Stay Tuned for Terms and Conditions
Required: A government-issued photo I.D. which includes a valid passport or a Valid driver's license with a photo.
As portions of the trip involve visits to foreign ports, please make sure you bring a valid passport. U.S. & Canadian citizens MUST carry a valid passport with a validity date of 6 months beyond travel date.
The weather in Hawaii during the month of October is generally pleasant. The average temperature reaches a high of about 85° during the day and 74° in the evenings.
Post-sessions you'll have time to enjoy the shipboard pool, or if you're motivated, hit the gym.
Enjoy a tribute to the greatest moments of the Hollywood Musical, see your favorite cinematic classics come to life from the romantic glamour of the 1940's to the high-kicking cancan of the Moulin Rouge!
Enjoy different wines by the glass at the Napa Wine Bar. You can also order soft drinks, cocktails and beer in this full bar.
Hawaii is a magnificent meld of lush rainforests, sky-high waves, ancient kingdoms, World War II history and beauty of volcanic proportions. Experience the traditions of some of Hawaii’s original habitants at the Polynesian Cultural Center and Kualoa Ranch. Wander through the surfing town of Haleiwa, part of Oahu’s legendary North Shore where surfers hang ten.
The big, blue Pacific and stunning Koolau mountains serve as a dramatic setting for Hawaii's largest city. Climb to the top of Diamond Head, Take a romantic sunset stroll on Waikiki Beach, or catch a glimpse of history by visiting Pearl Harbor.
A surplus of natural splendor and the genuine hospitality of its people have helped to make Maui Hawaii's second most popular island.
Named after the Wiliwili trees, which once lined its picturesque harbor, this lovely port of Kaua'i is your gateway to what many believe to be Hawaii's most beautiful island.