Holland America Line’s Culinary Arts Center, presented by Food & Wine Magazine, is an onboard enrichment program that offers guests an opportunity to learn from some of the most respected culinary figures in the business. Industry leaders engage guests in a range of activities from cooking shows and wine tastings to question-and-answer sessions in the… read more of “2015 Cruises…”
Doug Parker, host of Cruise Radio, recently took an Alaska cruise aboard Westerdam and shared his thoughts on the beautiful and rugged frontier. Today, Parker shares the Recycled Percussion entertainment experience. Recycled Percussion was the highest-placed non-singing act on “America’s Got Talent” and has enjoyed extended runs at both the MGM Grand and Tropicana in… read more of “Got Junk Rock?…”
Journalists Jackie Sheckler Finch recently cruised on Eurodam and embraced the shipboard experience as much as the shoreside one.
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.
The “On Location” enrichment program on Canada and New England cruises is filled with local traditions and activities that immerse Holland America Line guests into the culture of the region.
Four of the Dancing with the Stars: At Sea theme cruises are getting ready to set sail to Alaska starting in June, as outlined in a recent post.
Cruising is an excellent vacation option for families of all sizes and ages.
On every Holland America Line cruise, an array of activities are offered to entertain, enlighten and educate guests. From lectures by local historians, martini tastings and On Location events to “Dancing with the Stars: At Sea” lessons and Digital Workshop powered by Windows classes, there’s something for everyone.