14 Night Hawaiian Land/Cruise Dream Holiday

Written by Harold McNeill on October 16th, 2012. Posted in Travelogue


An exotic 14 night Hawaiian dream vacation May 3-17th 2013. Experience the Hawaiian Islands as never before aboard the majestic Radiance of the Sea cruising from island to island, and across the Pacific to the beautiful port of Vancouver. The perfect gift for someone special. (Don’t forget Mother’s day is May 12!)

Perhaps a second honeymoon, anniversary or transition to a well earned retirement is the order of the day?

Arriving from Vancouver by air, you will spend three unbelievable nights enraptured by the inate beauty of Hawaii. Stroll along the famous Waikiki Beach, explore the nightlife of Honolulu, immerse yourself in the history of Pearl Harbour, and explore the many more attractions of Oahu before embarking upon an unforgettable cruise of the Hawaiian Islands and home aboard the Radiance of the Sea.

Over six days in the Islands, the Radiance will make several early morning stops during which you will be provided with full days to explore different locations along the chain. On your return to the ship you can relax by the pool, stroll along the boardwalk, or enjoy a movie under the stars (screening first run movies day and night). The nine-story central atrium provides dozens of interesting shops, bars, entertainers and other activities to capture your attention.

Also in the evening, after an exquisite meal in the dining room, world class performances await you in the theatre and, later still, for the night hawks, plenty of dance and party hot spots throughout the ship while in Hawaii and when sailing homeward to Vancouver, British Columbia.

A Hawaiian and Pacific cruise dream come true.

Itinerary:

03 May Depart Vancouver
Arrive Honolulu, Hawaii
04 May Honolulu, Hawaii
05 May Honolulu, Hawaii
06 May Cruise Embarkation
07 May Kauai, Hawaii
Arrive:  8:00 am
Depart: 6:00 pm
08 May Lahaina, Maui
Arrive: 8:00 am
09 May Depart: 6:00 pm
10 May Kailua Kona, Hawaii
Arrive 8:00am
Depart: 5:00 pm
11 May Hilo, Hawaii
Arrive: 8:00 am
Depart: 4:00 pm
12 – 16 May   At Sea
17 May Vancouver, BC
Arrive: 7:00 am

Photo: Radiance of the Sea

Prices begin at $1,679 per person for inside stateroom (based on double occupancy)
(Plus tax of $498 pp)

Reservations and Payment: A deposit of $850 per person is required at time of booking.

Price Includes: Airfare from Vancouver to Honolulu, transfers, 3 Nights accommodation at The Holiday Inn Waikiki Beachcomber, 11 Night cruise to the Port of Vancouver, BC. (taxes included). Does not include gratuities.

Below, the Radiance of the Sea anchored amidst the beauty of the Hawaiian Islands

Make this exciting dream destination a reality – contact Lynn McNeill, Travel Professional
email: lynnmcneill@cruiseshipcenters.com
phone: 250-656-5441 or 1(800) 561- 2350.

If you wish to learn a little more about Lynn McNeill link here to A Life Long Learner

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  • Andrew Dunn

    May 14, 2019 |

    Thank you so much for all your help thus far Harold, aka. Tractor guy! I could not have done without you!

  • Harold McNeill

    April 25, 2019 |

    I find it interesting to contemplate how a small community evolves in general isolation from the rest of the world. We have a similar situation in the northern communities in Canada to which access is limited. The inclusion of the world wide web and mass media has changed things, but these communities are still left pretty much to their own devices when it comes to personal interaction.

  • Harold McNeill

    March 19, 2019 |

    Hi Dave. Not that I am aware and I have a fairly comprehensive family tree for the McNeill side of the family. I will pull it up and scan. Cheers, Harold. Great chatting with you and I will give Ben a nudge.

  • Dave Cassels

    March 16, 2019 |

    Were you related to Guy McNeill who owned the Bruin Inn in St. Albert in the late 40’s or early 50’s? Guy was a close friend of my father-in-law who was the first President of the Royal Glenora Club. My phone number is 780 940 1175. Thank you.

  • Harold McNeill

    March 15, 2019 |

    So glad you found the story and enjoyed. Indeed, they were memorable times. I did a fair amount of searching but never managed to contact any of the Murffit kids. However, it was neat to make contact with the Colony and someone I knew from back in the day. I have enjoyed writing these stories from back in the 1940s and 50s and have made contact with a lot of friends from those early years. I will give you a call over the weekend. Cheers, Harold

  • Yvonne (Couture) Richardson

    March 7, 2019 |

    I enjoyed your story. I too, lived in Pibroch in 1951, as my parents owned the hotel there. I was a very close friend of Bonnie Murfitt at the time. I moved to Edmonton in 1952, however, and have not seen her since. I would like to be in touch with you to talk about your story. My email is listed above and my phone number is 780-475-3873.

  • Laureen Kosch/Patry

    March 5, 2019 |

    I grew up in Pibroch and would not trade those years for anything. “ Kids don’t know how to play anymore” Never was a truer statement made. During the summer we were out the door by 8am, home for lunch, and back when it got dark. For the most part our only toys were our bikes and maybe a baseball mitt. I will never forget the times when all the kids got together in “Finks field” for a game of scrub baseball. Everybody was welcome, kids from 8 to 18. I didn’t know it then but I guess I had a childhood most dream of. Drove thru town last summer. It all looked a lot smaller.

  • Harold McNeill

    January 13, 2019 |

    Well, my dear, it’s that time again. How the years fly by and the little ones grow but try as you may you will have a hard time catching up to your Daddy. Lots of love young lady and may your day be special
    Love, Dad

  • Harold McNeill

    January 5, 2019 |

    Guess what? My response went to the Spam folder. Hmm, do you suppose the system is trying to tell me something?

  • Harold McNeill

    January 5, 2019 |

    Thanks, Terrance. Your comment came through but went to the Spam folder. Have pulled it out and approved. Can you send another on this post to see if you name is now removed from Spam? I’m not sure why it does that. Cheers, Harold