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Holland America Line’s 2015 Europe Season Features Maiden Calls, New Itineraries

Holland America Line’s 2015 Europe Season Features Maiden Calls, New Itineraries

Holland America Line’s 2015 Europe season is shaping up to be one of the best yet. With eight ships in the region, 62 unique itineraries, overnight visits to 21 of the most popular cities in the region and four maiden calls, the numbers add up to the perfect time to explore this incredible continent. Whether…   read more of “Holland America…”

Cruise Diary: Travel Veteran Shares a First-Hand Account of Far East Voyage

Cruise Diary: Travel Veteran Shares a First-Hand Account of Far East Voyage

Many accomplished writers are also cruisers who love to share their stories on the Holland America Blog through cruise diaries. Wendy London, who has blogged for us before, is one of them. She recently joined Amsterdam’s 2014 Grand Pacific and Far East Voyage, and she’s volunteered to write a cruse diary that will share her…   read more of “Cruise Diary:…”

What’s it Like to Sail Back-to-Back Grand Adventures? Meet an Avid HAL Cruiser

What’s it Like to Sail Back-to-Back Grand Adventures? Meet an Avid HAL Cruiser

President’s Club member and “World Adventure” blogger Jeff set sail on the 2014 Grand Pacific and Far East Voyage in September aboard ms Amsterdam. Jeff has more than 1,600 cruise day with Holland America Line and calls the ship his home away from home. Directly following this grand adventure, Jeff will stay onboard for the…   read more of “What’s it…”

2015 Grand Voyages Sail Three Epic Cruise Itineraries

2015 Grand Voyages Sail Three Epic Cruise Itineraries

In 2015, Holland America Line’s ms Amsterdam and ms Prinsendam embark on three Grand Voyages that explore South America & Antarctica, the Mediterranean and the world.

Top 10 ‘Bucket List’ Cruise Ports Shared by Facebook Fans

Top 10 ‘Bucket List’ Cruise Ports Shared by Facebook Fans

Holland America Line recently asked Facebook fans where they would cruise if money were no object. What followed was a diverse bucket list featuring some of the most beautiful ports in the world.