2013 Kona Cruise Ship Schedule

2013 Cruise Ships Visiting Kona

2013 Cruise Ships Visiting Kona


Every Wednesday the Pride of America comes to Kona. But other cruise ships visit Kona during the month. Here is the 2013 schedule of visiting cruise ships to the big island.

April 11 Thursday Celebrity Century

April 23 Tuesday Carnival-Miracle

April 28 Sunday MS Star Princess 7

April 29 Monday Celebrity-Solstice

April 30 Tuesday MS Sea Princess

May 10 Friday Radiance of the Seas

May 16 Thursday Rhapsody of the Seas

June -July – August:  No ships other than Pride of America on Wednesdays

Sept. 13 Friday Rhapsody of the Sea

Sept. 16 Mon MS Sea Princess

Sept. 20 Fri Radiance of the Sea

Sept. 26 Thur Carnival-Miracle

Sept. 30 Mon Celebrity-Solstice

Oct. 8 Tue Sun Princess

Oct. 14 Mon MS Statendam

Oct. 15 Tue Celebrity-Century

Oct. 28 Mon Carnival-Miracle

Oct. 29 Tue Celebrity-Century

Oct. 31 Thursday Millennium

Nov. 14 Thursday Celebrity-Century

Nov. 26 Tuesday MS Veendam

Nov.29 Friday Celebrity-Century

Dec. 13 13 Friday MS Veendam

Dec. 14 Saturday Celebrity-Century

Dec. 16 Monday Carnival-Miracle

Dec. 26 Thursday MS Statendam

About Joe Trent

Joe Trent is the founder and publisher of KonaCoastLifeStyle.com and has lived in Hawaii since 1996.


  1. The Radiance of the Seas will be here in Kona tomorrow.

  2. Tomorrow the cruise ship Radiance of the Seas will be here in Kona.

  3. Tomorrow the cruise ship Radiance of the Seas will be here in Kona.

  4. Jacqueline Douglas says:

    HI Joe! we are arriving in Kona Sept. 4 on the Pride of America..7 am till 5:30 pm..any suggestions on what is the best way to spend our time in Kona> We r seeing the Volcano by heli on the Hilo side. We like to hike, snorkel and see the history..any local tour guides you know of that can put together a fun day? Not into driving on our own. (2 ladies) Thanks Joe! Cheers!

  5. Aloha Jacueline,

    In the morning I would catch the shuttle from the pier to Kahaluu Beach Park for some of the best snorkeling in Hawaii. http://www.konafriends.com/snorkeling.html You can rent snorkels and fins at the beach park. Make sure to bring an under water camera because there is all kinds of beautiful tropical fish to see, and sometimes turtles too.

    In the afternoon I would come back to the pier and stroll through the village. You can see the oldest church in Hawaii, the Hulihee Palace and lots of cool gift shops and places to eat at the waters edge. There may be a farmers market too, I don't recall for sure right now.

    I'm sure when you're on the boat they'll tell you about around the island tours you can sign up for if you don't want to get wet.

  6. Jacqueline Douglas says:

    Thanks Joe!

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