Honolulu Cruise Port Terminal information
Last updated on October 28th, 2021 at 09:46 am
Honolulu Harbor has two cruise terminals. The primary terminal is located at Pier 2 Cruise Terminal at 521 Ala Moana Boulevard, at the west end of Channel Street.
Pier 2 – Honolulu Cruise Port
The alternate cruise ship terminal is at Pier 11. The entrance is on the North extension of Aloha Tower Drive.
Pier 11 – Honolulu Cruise Terminal
Starting your cruise from Hawaii can give you more time to explore the beautiful islands, instead of having a number sea days at the beginning and end of your cruise when departing from the mainland.
At the cruise terminal, there is limited seating, no WiFi and no wheelchair service. There will be porters available to collect your luggage, and washrooms are located before and after security.
Cruises From Hawaii:
The Norwegian Pride of America is the only cruise line which has a ship in Hawaii year-round, sailing around the islands. The following ships embark from Honolulu travelling to North America’s west coast, or to the South Pacific and Australia:
Royal Caribbean – Radiance of the Seas (scheduled for October 2022)
Celebrity Cruise Lines – Celebrity Eclipse (scheduled for May 2022)
Princess Cruises – Royal Princess (scheduled for October 2022)
Norwegian – Pride of America (scheduled to return January 2022), Norwegian Sprit (scheduled for May 2022)
Weather in Honolulu:
Honolulu is a great place to visit at any time of year, although it can get humid from May to August. If you don’t mind the humidity, you can get some good deals on Honolulu vacation packages. The months from September to November are especially great times to visit, with mild temperatures and more favorable accommodation and travel rates making for an even more enjoyable experience. During winter, the temperatures in Honolulu do not usually reach higher than the low 80’s.
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