An exotic cruise to Asia opens the door to a mysterious and marvelous part of the word. From towering pagodas to breath-taking temples, Asia is a feast for not only the palate, but for the eyes as well. Guests looking to explore more of the region and access sights and sounds not always accessible by… read more of “How Can You See…”
For those not familiar with a “repositioning cruise,” it’s moving a ship from one sailing region to another, like moving from a season in Alaska to a season in Australia. The cruise that takes the ship from Alaska to Australia is a repositioning.
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.
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.
When Holland America Line’s ms Volendam completes dry-dock in December 2014, guests will be wowed by the addition of 21 lanai staterooms that will make it more exciting to enjoy all of the ship’s scenic itineraries.
One any cruise to Asia, it’s possible to visit dozens of temples. These beautiful, mysterious and exotic structures have been around for centuries and are still used as a place of worship.
Can you hear the glaciers calving and splash of whales breaching? That must mean one thing … the Alaska cruise season is just around the corner!
Many travelers dream of a longer cruise that feature dozens of ports in several countries or, perhaps, a stretch of leisurely and relaxing days at sea to take in all that the ships have to offer.