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Holland America Line Sees Higher Interest for Longer Roundtrip Voyages from U.S. Homeports

With a rise in travelers wanting to explore global destinations without taking international flights, Holland America Line is launching its “See the World from Your Doorstep” campaign, highlighting the cruise line’s leadership in roundtrip travel from U.S. homeports.

Those who want to avoid a long-haul flight can sail roundtrip from Boston; Fort Lauderdale, Florida; San Diego or Seattle with Holland America Line. The brand has more cruises over 15 nights roundtrip from the U.S. to destinations around the world than any other cruise line, visiting 225 ports in 91 countries.


A recent survey by Cruise Critic found 82% of U.S.-based respondents would prefer to book an international cruise that sails from a domestic port than to fly to an international port. Holland America Line offers four Grand Voyages, all roundtrip from the U.S, for travelers who want to circle the world or explore Africa, South America or Australia. Monthlong or extended cruises include a roundtrip itinerary from San Diego visiting Hawaii, Tahiti and Marquesas, or a roundtrip departure from Boston visiting Greenland, Iceland, Norway and the British Isles.

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In addition to extended voyages, Holland America Line also offers vacations 15 nights or less to popular locales like the Caribbean, Panama Canal, Canada, Alaska and Mexico roundtrip from a U.S. departure port and from Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

If you could take a longer cruise with us, which one would you choose? Tell us in the comments.

  • Margaret

    It’s such a good idea to cut out those long flights if you possibly can. We are taking a 21 day Caribbean cruise in 2023 & the 35 day Hawaii, Tahiti & Marquesas cruise in 2024. Although we are Canadian we appreciate the much shorter flights involved. I noticed that there are some Canada/New England cruises from Montreal to Boston & then another cruise, same ship, back to back dates, returning to Montreal but several of the stops are different. Is it possible to combine those two cruises so you would have a longer cruise & start & finish in Montreal?

  • Julie

    Absolutely! We call those Collectors’ Voyages, when you combine two cruises. A great way to see more of a region and you can sail roundtrip Montreal.

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