There is a lot to see of the amazing nature and do in Hawaii which involves water and an option for cruisers in the fall of the new 2013 year is going to include InnerSea Discoveries’ Wilderness Explorer. This is when the seventy-six-guest expedition ship starts active escapade cruising between the Hawaiian Islands, joining the line’s thirty-six-guest upscale vessel Safari Explorer to propose island explorations from the ocean.
From November 2013 through April 2014, the Wilderness Explorer is going to sail seven-night Adventure Bound Hawaii cruises among Oahu and the Big Island and reverse. The route visits Ka’ena Point State Park, Maui, Lana’i, Honomalino Bay, Wai’anae Harbor, Opihihali and Kailua-Kona. Passengers are also going to enjoy scenic cruising and searching for any kind of whales and dolphins in the wildlife-rich Humpback National Marine Sanctuary.
Highlights of the new route consists snorkeling at Molokini’s undersea volcanic crater, a night snorkel with Giant Pacific Manta Rays, looking for whales and dolphins and guided hikes researching scenic regions on all 4 islands. Expert naturalists secure interpretation on guided excursions ashore and at ocean.
“We are dispatching the Wilderness Explorer to Hawaii to add another option for cruisers that are looking for an active island escapade at a moderate price.” stated the executive vice president of sales and marketing, Tim Jacox. “ This is a huge advantage when you add in all the engaged activities and the ability to research multiple scenic islands.”
For luxury escapades in the Hawaiian Islands this season, the line’s thirty-sex-guest Safari Explorer is sailing seven-night cruises among Hawaii, the Big Island and Lana’i with 2 days of activities on Moloka’i. Guests making a new reservation on the yacht by September 30, 2012 get a $500 travel credit per couple for cruises November 2012-April 2013.