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					   ~ Pride of America ~                                                                                                                 REINHARD TOURS
  Visiting 4 Islands, 5 Ports
  Passengers: 2,138
  Total Crew: 921
                                              ~ HAWAII 2012 ~                                                                           40 Yr Anniversary

  81,000 Gross Tons
  Overall Length: 920.6 feet      Norwegian Cruise Line’s Pride of America
  8 Main Restaurants
  Fitness Center
  Outdoor Pool
                                 Mar. 23 – Apr. 1, 2012 ~ 4 Islands
  Hot Tubs                          1-night Waikiki hotel plus 7-night inter-island Hawaii cruise
  Jogging/Walking Track
  Basketball/Volleyball/Tennis    (Can’t get away Fri. Mar. 23? Just omit the 1-night hotel for a Saturday departure. Subtract $169.)



      BOOK EARLY to ensure availability and stateroom preference. This is peak travel time. Flights
   from some gateways are known to sell out months in advance! So don’t be disappointed. Book ASAP.

    Aloha! Having escorted thousands of people to six continents during the past 40 years, I invite you to travel with me
as I return for my 20th visit to my favorite land destination—Hawaii, and my favorite vacation experience—a cruise (my
48th). If going to Hawaii has been a lifelong dream, and if your desire is to visit more than one island, I believe you will find
the following itinerary to be the perfect way to make your dream come true. (Most activities suggested are optional and
are available for an additional charge.) Ruth and I hope you will plan to travel with us!          Arland & Ruth         02.18.2011

DAY 1 – FRIDAY, MARCH 23 – Hometown Departure/Honolulu, OAHU/Waikiki. Getting out of bed this morning will be easy as you awake
with the reality that in just a matter of hours you will be in Hawaii! And the inclusion of NCL’s one-night pre-hotel package provides both an extra
day in Waikiki and a stress-reducing “cushion” in case of flight delays. You will stay at the beautiful Waikiki Beach Marriott Resort & Spa—5.2
acres of picturesque beauty and splendor, only steps from world-famous Waikiki Beach, and within easy walking distance to shops, restaurants, and
other activities. This evening Ruth and I invite you to join us as we walk to one of our favorite Waikiki restaurants—dutch, of course. ☺
DAY 2 – SATURDAY, MARCH 24 – Waikiki, Ship Embarkation (7:00 p.m. departure). You will awake “early” this morning as Hawaii time
is 6 hours earlier than your Indiana “body” time. Weather permitting, you are welcome to meet me in the hotel’s lobby at 6:00 a.m. to join me for my
traditional early-morning hike of Diamond Head—what a view. ☺ Lots of time this morning to enjoy an oceanside breakfast, Waikiki Beach or
nearby shops. After transferring to the ship, unpack, hang up your clothes, then explore our elegant 2,138-passenger floating resort. Built in 2005
with a distinctive Americana theme, you will experience the flavor of the United States while enjoying the “Aloha Spirit” of the crew. What a
beautiful view of Honolulu and Waikiki Beach as our ship sails this evening toward its first port-of-call!
DAY 3 – SUNDAY, MARCH 25 – Kahului, MAUI (arrive 8:00 a.m.) A favorite for most mainlanders, we arrive at “the Valley Isle, Maui” for a
2-day stopover. As Maui’s only deepwater port, Kahului is a bustling harbor. Yet, just minutes away are some of this island’s most scenic spots. Visit
the lush Iao Valley, the Maui Tropical Plantation, or the dormant Mount Haleakala Crater; take surfboard lessons; rent a car to drive on the winding
road to Hana; enjoy whale watching; and explore the former whaling capital Lahaina. Numerous options exist here!
DAY 4 – MONDAY, MARCH 26 – Kahului, MAUI (depart 6:00 p.m.) There is still time to experience more of this beautiful island. How about
waking early to be driven to the 9,800-foot rim of Mount Haleakala, and then bicycle 38 miles back to sea level as the sun rises? Take a lot of pic-
tures, and tell me about your experience when you return.
DAY 5 – TUESDAY, MARCH 27 – Hilo, HAWAII (8:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.) This morning we arrive on the eastern coast of “the Big Island,
Hawaii.” My favorite port-of-call, Hilo is nestled on the crescent-shaped shore of Hilo Bay. This charming town is an exotic greenhouse of lush
tropical plants and abundant waterfalls. Towering Mauna Kea provides a dramatic backdrop. I never cease to be fascinated by Hawaii Volcanoes
National Park, Akaka Falls State Park, the orchid plantations, and the macadamia nut farms—all located on the Hilo side of the Island of Hawaii.
With 128 inches of annual rain, Hilo is America’s wettest town.
DAY 6 – WEDNESDAY, MARCH 28 – Kona, HAWAII (7:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.) Situated on the western coast of the Island of Hawaii, we visit
the sun-drenched resort community of Kona—home of world-famous Kona coffee beans. Explore the underwater world of Kona’s reef—snorkel,
swim, sail or view it all from a submarine. Or, take to the greens on some of Hawaii’s most beautiful golf courses.
DAY 7 – THURSDAY, MARCH 29 – Nawiliwili, KAUAI (arrive 8:00 a.m.) Welcome to “Kauai, the Garden Isle,” home of Mt. Waialeale—the
wettest place on earth; Waimea Canyon—the Grand Canyon of the Pacific; and the romantic “Fern Grotto” where you’ll hear the Hawaiian Wedding
song. How about a spectacular Mokihana Helicopter Tour!
DAY 8 – FRIDAY, MARCH 30 – Nawiliwili, KAUAI (depart 2:00 p.m.) We still have time this morning to visit more of this earthly Garden of
Eden. The sweet smell of mokihana berries permeates the air, and the lush green landscape intoxicates the senses. At Waimea Canyon, the mixture
of rain, clouds and sunshine often create spectacular, overlapping rainbows.
DAY 9 – SATURDAY, MARCH 31 – Arrive Honolulu (7:00 a.m.) We return to “Oahu, The Gathering Place.” On the way to the airport, you
may wish to include an optional excursion to the Arizona Memorial at Pearl Harbor—a very moving and sobering experience. Then, this afternoon
board your overnight flight back to reality.
DAY 10 – SUNDAY, APRIL 1 – Arrive Your Hometown. This morning you arrive back on the mainland with special memories of new friends
and experiences shared on our 2012 Hawaiian dream vacation! Aloha and Mahalo. ☺

         HAWAII HOTEL/CRUISE PRICING without air¹ ~ Per Person Double Occupancy (Subject to change.)
CATEG.                  STATEROOM DESCRIPTION                             HOTEL/CRUISE PKG.                    GOVT. TAXES/FEES            YOUR COST
   IC           INSIDE STATEROOM                                                  $1,368.00                           + $144.95            $1,512.95
   OA           OCEANVIEW (picture window)                                        $1,658.00                           + $157.66            $1,815.66
   BD           BALCONY (floor-to-ceiling glass doors)                            $1,928.00                           + $169.50            $2,097.50
            Reduced fares 3rd & 4th passengers sharing with 2 full-fare passengers available on request. Subject to availability.
 ¹OPTIONAL ADD-ON AIR: If you request, I can include NCL’s convenient air package as part of your reservation. Approx. cost is
   $1,229 from Fort Wayne, Chicago, Cleveland, Detroit, Indianapolis, etc. 100+ other gateway cities available. Subject to change.

HOTEL/CRUISE PACKAGE INCLUDES: 1-night Waikiki Beach Marriott Resort & Spa (partial oceanview), hotel bellman gratu-
ities, transfer from hotel to the ship, shipboard accommodations, all standard onboard meals, onboard entertainment, government taxes
and fees. (Additional pre- or post-hotel nights in Waikiki can be added upon request.) NOT INCLUDED: $84 per person service
charge to cover all shipboard gratuities (added to your shipboard account), optional shore excursions, soft drinks and alcoholic
beverages. OPTIONAL ADD-ON AIR INCLUDES: Roundtrip air, 3/23 transfer airport to hotel, and 3/31 transfer ship to airport.

TO ENROLL: $250 per person deposit payable to ARLAND REINHARD TOURS, INC.; 2470 N. Main Street;
Bluffton, IN 46714. Include your full name as it appears on photo ID (driver’s license or passport), address, date
of birth, phone number, stateroom category, and air gateway city if you want NCL’s air. (If paying by credit card
also include your card number, expiration date, and name as it appears on the card.) Final payment will be due
January 8, 2012. NOTE: Higher category staterooms are available on request.
NORWEGIAN CRUISE LINE’S REFUND POLICY: Fully refundable up to 76 days prior to departure. Cancellation is then subject to the
following fees: 75-56 days prior to departure = $250 deposit plus $100 airfare; 55-30 days prior = 50% of total fare; 29-15 days prior = 75% of total
fare; 14 days or less = 100% of total fare. Therefore, purchase of NCL’S optional Travel Protection insurance is strongly recommended!
Insurance cost varies according to total fare paid. Insurance information will be provided upon receipt of your deposit.


          ARLAND REINHARD TOURS, INC. 2470 N. MAIN STREET BLUFFTON, IN 46714
                260.824.5800 arland@adamswells.com  www.ArlandReinhard.com

				
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