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Pacific Ocean

Home to the South Sea Islands and Hawaii, the vast Pacific Ocean offers a heady mix of great beaches, reefs and gently swaying palm trees, lush rainforests, volcanoes and, of course, a warm, heartfelt welcome to one of the most beautiful, unspoiled destinations on earth. With most destinations sitting just below the equator, the Pacific boasts Hawaii, the Solomon Islands, Tonga, New Caledonia, New Zealand and more.

When to Visit?
The Pacific is very much an all-year round destination where the temperatures are consistently high all year round, although it is dryer during the summer months.

Hawaii

There are two main ways to cruise the Hawaiian Islands, either to fly directly to Honolulu and circle the islands from there or to take a longer voyage from Los Angeles, San Diego or others. All cruises to Hawaii will visit the main group of islands which include volcanic Hawai'i (also known as The Big Island); the home of state capital Honolulu, Oahu; scenic Kaua'i and Maui and more. Some voyages will sail south to Fanning Island, an idyllic tropical atoll in the Republic of Kiribati. Cruises to Hawaii from the mainland will generally take two wonderful, sun-drenched weeks.

South Sea Islands

Cruises to the South Sea Islands will take the role of either 7 night cruises around the coral atolls and volcanic islands of Tahiti and Fiji or as part of a longer world or trans-Pacific cruise. Smaller, expedition ships also operate here, calling in at some of the smaller, more remote islands of Micronesia and Polynesia.

Southern Pacific

You can cross the Southern Pacific setting out from Santiago in Chile to Tahiti or Australia - calling in at Robinson Crusoe Island, Pitcairn & Easter Island with several sea days in between, sailings may take 20 days or more.

Selected Pacific Ocean Cruises