Hawaiian Islands

7-night small ship, island-hopping adventure cruises explore the Hawaiian Islands

"The trip has been a ball. Great crew, great food, lots of fun snorkeling, kayaking. Un-Cruise (Adventures) is a super company."
— Bob L. & Vicki K., Manhattan Beach, CA (Hawaii 2015)


Hop among islands on an inclusive exploration—watch for whales; “talk story” with locals; explore a sacred valley; and enjoy time at play—paddle, hike, and snorkel. Then relax on deck, mingle in the lounge, or chat up the captain on the bridge. Many of our crew are from Hawaii, so they keep it authentic. Immerse yourself in aloha, and experience the islands from a different perspective.

Adventure Cruise

Hawaiian Seascapes

From: $3,795



Moloka'i to Hawai'i (or reverse)

November-April 2016, 2017
January-March 2018

Land Packages / Extend Your Trip

The magic of aloha! Celebrate a wedding, birthday, or an adventure you don’t want to end—with a stay on Moloka‘i or the Big Island.  We’ve found you idyllic spots!


Why Cruise?

Why pack/unpack, hop plane-to-island staying in resorts when a yacht offers more relaxation, exclusivity, and so much is available just beyond the bow or your snorkel mask.

Our cruise vs. resort comparison showcases the benefits of inclusive activities and four islands with only 36 guests.


Adventure Activities

Whale watch from the yacht’s bow or bridge in the Humpback National Marine Sanctuary. Night snorkel with Giant Pacific Manta rays. Experience “honi”—a ritual of welcome by a kupuna.
Each day is full. Do it all, or take it slow—here’s a selection of explorations in store.


Wildlife & Plant Life

An amazing array of animal, marine, and plant life thrives in these remote, volcanic islands—both on land and below the water’s surface.
Whales, dolphins, orchids, the beloved Nēnē…here are some natural wonders to watch for throughout your journey.

UnCruise in Hawaii

Humpback Whale in Hawaii

Maui Mugging

Imagine being mugged by a humpback whale. That is what we call it here in Hawaii when a humpback whale approaches your boat within the 100 yard limit. As long as the whale stays within that proximity we can’t engage the engines, even to back away. Thus we are stuck in place, sometimes for longer than we counted on. We affectionately call this a Maui mugging.

Read more in the UnCruise Blog


Hawaiian Islands Gallery

View our images and plan your Hawaii UnCruise adventure!

View more galleries here

Hawaii Cruise Article

For Cruisers Who Prefer Flippers to Stilettos

Mother Nature's orchestra is playing. Low melodic cymbal-like grunts and groans suddenly change to piercing shrieks higher than the trill of a piccolo. It's hauntingly beautiful and strangely restful. I'm being lulled to sleep by a whale.

Read the full story here