Are you looking to cruise to one of Holland America Line’s exotic locales like Australia, Hawaii, the South Pacific, South America or Asia? With the recently launched “Seas the Day” promotion, taking a cruise to one of these destinations is more affordable than ever before.
In North America, the promotion features special savings up to 50 percent, reduced fares for third/fourth guests in a stateroom and onboard credits on several of the line’s exotic voyages. For international markets, Seas the Day offers reduced cruise fares and the onboard credit. For more details, contact your local travel professional or visit your regional hollandamerica.com site.
Eligible itineraries include select 2015-16 Australia and New Zealand voyages, South America, Asia, Hawaii/Tahiti, Panama Canal, Grand Voyage segments and the Passage to the Far East cruise.
With Seas the Day offers in North America, guests who book an itinerary up to 19 days receive an onboard credit up to $200 per cabin ($100 per person), while guests on cruises 20 days or more receive an onboard credit up to $400 per cabin ($200 per person). The onboard credit is valid for the first and second guests in the cabin, while third and fourth guests are eligible for special reduced fares. In addition, the exotic voyages feature up to 50 percent savings off the cruise fare.
Featured Seas the Day Itineraries are Some of the Most Stunning and Spectacular
Holland America Line’s exotic voyages are the ideal way to become immersed in destinations around the world. Each itinerary is carefully crafted to showcase the most intimate, exciting and interesting ports along each route.
Itineraries available in the Seas the Day promotion include ms Zaandam’s 17-day Circle Hawaii cruise departing Sept. 20, 2015, that visits the beautiful Hawaiian ports of Honolulu (overnight), Nawiliwili, Kona, Lahaina and Hilo.
If you’re looking to transit one of the world’s most impressive man-made marvels, embark ms Oosterdam’s 19-day Panama Canal cruise departing Sept. 27, 2015. Sailing from Vancouver to Fort Lauderdale, the ships calls at ports in Oregon, California, Mexico, Costa Rica, Colombia and Half Moon Cay, the line’s private Bahamian paradise.
Looking for a longer adventure to tropical lands? Set sail on ms Amsterdam’s 50-day Tales of the South Pacific voyage departing Sept. 27, 2015. Spend nearly two months exploring California, five ports in Hawaii and the South Pacific islands of Fanning Island, American Samoa, Samoa, Fiji, Tonga, Niue, Bora Bora, Raiatea, Tahiti, Moorea, Rangiroa and Nuku Hiva.
Many other itineraries are included, such as a 14-day Australia and New Zealand cruise aboard ms Noordam in 2016; ms Volendam’s 30-day Solar Eclipse and Far East Discovery Collectors’ Voyage departing March 1, 2016; and several segments of the 2016 Grand World Voyage, 2016 Grand South America and Antarctica Voyage and 2016 Grand Mediterranean Voyage.
The promotion runs through Tuesday, March 31, 2015. For more information about eligible itineraries, click HERE.
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