It’s hard to say what is more exciting, the beginning of the Alaska season or the first “Dancing with the Stars: at Sea” theme cruise of 2014! Luckily we don’t have to choose as they came together onboard Zuiderdam.
Category: Alaska & Yukon
At the beginning of the week the blog featured a post from Glacier Bay Chief of Interpretation Thomas VandenBerg and the Glacier Bay ranger staff discussing what it’s like to be a park ranger and what they do while they’re onboard during an Alaska cruise.
With the Alaska season in full swing, there’s a lot of news to report from the region. From the first Air North flight arrival to the renovated Westmark Skagway hotel, guests have a lot to look forward to on the Land+Sea Journeys.
On every Holland America Line cruise to Alaska, guests get to meet and mingle with enthusiastic Glacier Bay park rangers who have a passion not only for the region, but also what they do.
Holland America Line was named the 2014 Marine Environmental Business of the Year by the Port of Seattle.
Holland America Line menus are diverse and varied. From appetizers to desserts, each course is filled with options to suit any taste. With a global fleet, the menus are able to showcase local flavors and specialties.
Four of the Dancing with the Stars: At Sea theme cruises are getting ready to set sail to Alaska starting in June, as outlined in a recent post.
Holland America Line’s Alaska cruises are filled with exciting, unique and unspoiled ports. While names like Sitka, Homer and Skagway might not be as familiar as Anchorage or Ketchikan, it’s the state’s capital of Juneau that is probably most well-known.