Cruise line celebrates anniversary with Hawaii trip

A gay-friendly cruise line celebrates its anniversary with a Hawiian adventure.

 

One gay-friendly cruise line is offering an eight-day trip to Hawaii. (courtesy of nytimes.com)

 

A gay-friendly cruise agency is celebrating its 25th anniversary with a trip to Hawaii.

Stopping on four of the Hawiian islands — Maui, Oahu, Kauai and the Big Island —passengers will experience overnight stays both at Maui and Kauai. In between time will be filled with helicopter rides, surfing and volcano watching.

Launched on Oct. 30, this eight-day Norwegian Cruise Line cruise ship sports 10 restaurants, piano bars, gym, spa, volleyball court, pools and cabaret lounges.

According to The New York Times, fares start at $899 for an inside stateroom with two beds, and go as high as $4,999 for the Grand Suite with butler service.

To read more on this story, visit The New York Times.

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