Summer is coming! That means the Med is heating up and Alaska is entering prime-time for cruising. Across the fleet Holland America Line ships are preparing to reposition from their winter homes in the Caribbean and other tropical regions to temperate climates that have shorter-but-sweet cruise seasons. As the ships move from one region to… read more of “Looking for a…”
Category: Panama Canal
Guests looking to set sail on their next Holland America Line vacation have until June 1, 2015, to book a cruise to take advantage of upgrades, special savings, onboard credits, dining packages and more during the line’s Anniversary Sale. Valid on numerous select voyages sailing from summer 2015 through spring 2016, the sale was launched to… read more of “Holland America…”
Captain Mercer is back onboard the Grand World Voyage and he’s blogging about his cruising adventures. The ship set sail from Fort Lauderdale in early January and made its way through the Panama Canal. After a call at Ecuador this week, it’s eight days at sea before landfall in the South Pacific. Catch up with… read more of “Captain’s…”
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… read more of “‘Seas the…”
At Holland America Line we’re excited to be starting a new year of cruises all over the world, and our Facebook fans are, too! We gave them a prompt: “Fill in the blank: this year, I am traveling to ___!” and the answers were as varied as our cruise itineraries. Take a look at where… read more of “Inspired to Cruise?…”
It’s all about sun, sand and surf as Holland America Line gets ready to sail into the 2014-15 Caribbean season this fall and winter. After spending time in Alaska and Europe, nine ships in the fleet are preparing to make their repositioning cruises to the turquoise waters of the tropical Caribbean where powdery beaches, balmy… read more of “Set Sail for…”
Today marks a huge milestone for the Panama Canal — the centennial anniversary of its opening. Construction began in 1904, and the passageway opened 10 years later on Aug. 15, 1914, as the first ship came through.
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.