YAHOO Travel – “We were very impressed with the GolfAhoy attention to detail.”
“For golfers who want to combine some serious golf with the relaxation and luxury of a cruise, a golf cruise can provide the best of both worlds. With the cruise ship becoming a floating hotel and clubhouse, players have the opportunity to experience a range of courses in different locations, as the ship docks in different ports of call.
“GolfAhoy is a golf cruise specialist affiliated with American Express. We did a Hawaii golf cruise with them a few years ago and were very impressed with their attention to detail. We got the idea they really were golfers, as everything was taken care of down to the last detail. They currently offer a 10 Day VIP Deluxe Circle Hawaii Islands Golf Cruise, which gives golfers access to high-end courses not available to regular cruise passengers. Golfers can play Kapalua Plantation Golf Club, Mauna Lani or Moana Kea Golf Clubs, and the Prince Course at Princeville on Kauai. The 10 Day GolfAhoy VIP Deluxe Circle Hawaii Islands Golf Cruise starts at $7,349 per person, double occupancy in a Penthouse Suite, with Butler service, during low (summer) season. The experience includes a three-day pre-cruise stay at the Turtle Bay Golf & Spa Resort with golf each day.”