Congress deposits – Full registrations – A la carte events – Optional tours during the Congress – Links to pre/post tours
Full Congress includes all A la carte events, taxes & gratuities for all Congress activities – $890 per person
Congress registration payable in full only
All registrations and event tickets subject to availability
Send inquiries to Hawaii NASC Committee
FULL PAYMENT DEADLINE All balances (Less any deposits) and new registrations payable in full by February 28th, 2019.
*After this date, late payment of the balance due will be calculated based on the maximum Registration price.
CANCELLATION & REFUND POLICY
Registration cancellations received prior to March 15, 2019, may be eligible to receive a refund less a $100 service fee. There are no refunds for cancellations made March 16, 2019, or after. Refunds will not be available for registrants who do not attend and are considered a “no-show”.
Booked and paid directly with the Sheraton Waikiki host hotel
- Congress Rate $279 USD per night plus $14 discounted resort fee plus all taxes and levies
- Reserve with credit card guarantee and paid upon departure
- Additional pre/post nights to be booked directly with the hotel
- The delegate is responsible for all room charges and incidentals
Please disregard the non-discounted resort fee of $36 on the Sheraton website. It is confirmed at $14
CONGRESS A LA CARTE EVENTS
A very special evening at The Edge overlooking Waikiki
The Launch Event…
Hawaii Food & Wine Festival
Gala Hawaiian Luau
Ka Moana Lua / Sea Life Park
OPTIONAL CONGRESS TOURS see Pre/Post Tours for more information
Book online with your Congress Registration
Arizona Memorial at Pearl Harbor
From Engagement to Peace At World War II Valor in the Pacific National Monument, home of the USS Arizona Memorial, learn about one of the most pivotal moments in US history: the attack on Pearl Harbor, and the subsequent entry of the United States into World War II. The monument preserves and interprets the stories of the Pacific War, from the internment of Japanese Americans to the battles in the Aleutians
Iolani Palace is a loving restoration of a proud Hawaiian national identity and is recognized as the spiritual and physical multicultural epicenter of Hawaii. Built in1882 by King Kalakaua, Iolani Palace was the home of Hawaii’s last reigning monarchs and served as the official royal residence and the residence of the Kingdom’s political and social life until the overthrow of the monarchy in 1893.