Hawaii Cruise??

posted 3 years ago in Honeymoons
Post # 3
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: August 2014

@WrestlersLove:  As far as being more economical cruising is the best way to go. However, my parents flew to HNL a few years back and cruised the islands for 7 days and they said everything was rushed! BUT I have cruised in the past and I think any cruise can be rushed if you try to do everything. If you and your future FI plan to go back to HI then I say go for the cruising, I would love to have 7 days at sea with my new husband. We would do nothing but be hermits and order room service, even though there are a lot to do on cruise ships.

 

As far as Carnival, I still trust them, things happen!

 

Have you cruised before? If not, I would consider a few things. Like how much the two of you enjoy the water and if the thought of being out in the middle of no where bothers you at all. My brother, an 8 year veteran, says he will NEVER cruise because of this and his PTSD. I on the other hand have never even considered being in the middle of no where on ay of my cruises. I just enjoy myself. 16 days is a long time to cruise for a first time cruiser. You may want to consider flying and doing the 7 day cruise if it is really what you want to do.

Post # 5
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: August 2014

@WrestlersLove:  Sorry about my typing, I should proofread I guess…..

Anyway, I love to cruise and if you get to go next year you will get the feel of it and can choose from that.

My FI and I are beach and water lovers so cruising is not a big deal to us. And if you really like the water you will probably get addicted to cruising, because it is very addicting.

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