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Cruises from Sydney to Hawaii | 2017 – 2018 cruise season

Say “aloha” to Hawaii as you sail across the Pacific with stops at idyllic islands.

A cruise across the Pacific will show you the exquisite treasures that this ocean has to offer.

With cruises from 15-31 nights, you’re bound to have an exciting journey with trips to exotic islands that will impress.

Plus, you’ll experience awe-inspiring views at destinations such as New Zealand, French Polynesia, New Caledonia, Fiji and more.

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Where do cruises sail to from Sydney?

Cruises departing from Sydney sail into Honolulu, which is the capital of Hawaii and sits on the island of Oahu.


Which cruise lines sail from Sydney?


Our favourite itineraries on cruises from Sydney to Hawaii

15-night Pacific cruise from Sydney to Honolulu on Holland America Line from CruiseAway

Highlights:

  • Spend 15 nights on the ms Noordam
  • Calls in at Isle of Pines, Lifou, Port Vila, Lautoka, Pagp Pago and Honolulu
  • Departs 13 April 2018
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31-night South Pacific cruise from Sydney to Honolulu via New Zealand on Holland America Line from CruiseAway

Highlights:

  • Extensive cruise through the South Pacific on ms Noordam
  • Calls in at Hobart, Milford Sound, Fiordland National Park, Christchurch, Picton, Auckland, Bay of Islands, Isle of Pines, Port Vila, Pago Pago and Honolulu
  • Departs 28 March 2018
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Tahitian Treasures from Sydney to Honolulu on Celebrity Cruises from CruiseAway

Highlights:

  • `19 day cruise on Celebrity Solstice
  • Calls in at Bay of Islands, Auckland, Papeete, Moorea, Bora Bora, Hilo, Lahaina and Honolulu
  • Departs 11 April 2018
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Where do cruises depart from in Sydney?

There are two ports in Sydney from which all cruise lines dock and depart. One is the Overseas Passenger Terminal in Circular Quay and the other is the White Bay Cruise Terminal.

Most cruises bound for Hawaii depart from the Overseas Passenger Terminal. Larger liners on world cruises tend to depart from White Bay Cruise Terminal.

Airport to cruise terminal transfers

You can reach the Overseas Passenger Terminal from the airport direct by train to Circular Quay Station, which is a five-minute walk from the cruise terminal.

Alternatively, airport shuttles and taxis are available, which can get you to the port within 25 minutes.

Shared transfers start from $15 when booked online through Viator or City Discovery and can take you direct to the terminal, Central train station or your CBD hotel.


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Stephanie Yip

Stephanie is the travel editor at finder.com.au. On top of being an avid traveller, she's an all-round bargain hunter. If there's a deal on hotels or a sale on flights, she'll know about it. And she'll let you know about it, too. Though probably not before she buys her own ticket.

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