Solo Cruising in Hawaii

Cruising to Hawaii On Your Own

Travel magazine ads and cruise commercials might lead you to think that cruising is exclusively for couples on their honeymoon, or large groups like a family or group of friends. While having a companion can be a lot of fun on a cruise, it doesn’t mean that single travelers can’t enjoy going on a Hawaii cruise too. In fact, cruising can very well be a great and safe opportunity for you to meet new people or just simply enjoy your vacation alone without distractions.  
Being on a cruise to Hawaii is a perfect choice for a beautiful and relaxing solitary vacation. On board, you can just sit back and enjoy the waves with a good book, reading without any of the disruption you usually get at home. You can use the beautiful Hawaiian scenery as inspiration as writing or art activities. From strolling around the ship to the adventure of shore excursion, you can chose exactly what you want to experience on your vacation.

Today, cruising to Hawaii is gaining grounds as a top mode of vacation and destination travel for people of all ages. Some cruisers can be as young as in their early 20s or mature as in their late 70s. They also come from all walks of life and have varying occupation and interests.  With a fun community atmosphere, cruises are a great way to meet new people, and make friends that can last a lifetime.
Onboard the ship, there’s a wide array of activities that are arranged to make it easy for single travelers to meet each other and mingle. There are sports activities like golf and yoga, or even tennis, aerobics, or basketball. There are also several onboard lectures that you can sign up on. These lectures vary from wine tasting to computer classes and even craft projects. These activities are great ways for you to meet other people of similar interests.
For single bookings, the rates for a 3-9 day Hawaiian cruise can range from $900-$2500 dollars depending on your chosen room location and type. Most price rates are for cruise quarters are usually based on double occupancy. The prices that travel agencies provide also do not include applicable taxes and fees. The downer of booking for a solo Hawaiian cruise is the single supplement that liners ask you to pay. Since rates are usually intended for double occupancy, single supplement means that you have to pay extra to compensate for the liner's loss. Some liners can charge supplement rates up to double the regular fee, so make sure to ask about this.
The best way to avoid single supplements and still travel solo is for you to ask your travel agent to pair you up with a cruise roommate. These travel specialists can give you options in choosing the right travel companion.
Whether you need some time for yourself or want to go on a vacation to meet new and interesting people, a Hawaiian cruise is the getaway that you need and deserve. Cruising in Hawaii is not just for couples or for a large group of family or friends. Cruising can also be a fun experience that could provide singles a convenient and memorable tropical experience.

 

 

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Know Your Cruising Seasons

Season Dates Attractions
Winter approx Nov.-Feb. Catch a glimpse of the Humpback whales from the North as they migrate for the winter.
Spring approx March-May Spring is the time to enjoy Hawaii's festival season which stretches from late Feruary to May.
Summer approx June-August With schools out, many cruises offer more for the entire family to experience during this time of year.
Fall approx Sept.-Oct. In the Fall Hawaii experiences less rain, making it a great benefit of traveling during this time.

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