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We are scheduled to overnight in Honolulu and wanted to do a night time Luau on our own.  Is there a curfew that we are required to be back to the ship? 

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1 hour ago, ScottC4746 said:

We are scheduled to overnight in Honolulu and wanted to do a night time Luau on our own.  Is there a curfew that we are required to be back to the ship? 

 

 

HAL, for the vast majority of the time, has no overnight curfews when a ship is docked. The gangway will remain open and manned during the wee hours. The only time where you might run into problems with not being able to get back onboard throughout the night is in some tender ports such as Vaitape, Bora Bora, French Polynesia where ship to shore/shore to ship tendering usually stops at 11:30 PM and will then pick up again around 0730-0800 on the 2nd day.

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You can do whatever you want.

 

There will be someone on duty all night to see you safely back on the ship, scan your ID card, etc.

 

Have fun.

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