When travelers book a cruise to Norway, they know they’ll be in for some spectacular scenic cruising.
If you want to tick off a “must-do” travel experience, take an Alaska cruise that features scenic cruising in Glacier Bay.
In addition to wonderful ports of call on a cruise vacation, another special part of taking a cruise is the ability to reach parts of the world that would otherwise be nearly impossible, if not totally impossible, to reach by car, plane or on foot.
With more than 20 countries and dozens of ports available on Holland America Line itineraries, Europe is one of the most intriguing and comprehensive cruising regions.
Holland America Line’s Master Chef Rudi Sodamin recently has been honored by two esteemed organizations. He was awarded Austria’s prestigious Golden Cloche, and the Master Chef’s Table earned the Editor-in-Chief Award for “Best Dining Experience at Sea” from Porthole Cruise Magazine.
During select European cruises, overnight calls and late night tours open up a whole new world waiting to be explored. Guests can see ports of call like never before, as the moonlight casts a magical spell.
Since departing the South Pacific, ms Amsterdam has sailed a westerly course toward Australia. Here is a recap of Captain Mercer’s blog posts. You can read them in their entirety on his blog, www.captainjonathan.com.
From the fjords of Norway to Greece’s golden beaches, Holland America Line’s Europe cruises span the entire region. North, south, east and west, Holland America Line carefully crafts each itinerary to showcase the most exciting, interesting, popular, unique and memorable ports of call.