Foodies rejoice! When Koningsdam joins the fleet in April 2016, the ship is going feature a lot of new dining and eatery concepts, reimagined venues and innovative features. But guests can rest assured that this evolution of culinary offerings also incorporates the essence of the line’s renowned and award-winning dining experience. If you’re eager to… read more of “Hungry for More?…”
Holland America Line recently launched “Seas the Day,” a special promotion featuring savings up to 50 percent, reduced fares for third/fourth guests in a stateroom and up to $400 per stateroom onboard credits on several of the line’s exotic voyages when booked before March 31, 2015.
In August 2014, the Holland America Blog asked fans to choose their top “Bucket List” ports around the world. Number one on the list? Sydney, Australia! Travelers around the globe are attracted to Australia and New Zealand for the region’s unique beauty, interesting culture and vast array of things to see and do. From cosmopolitan… read more of “Cruising Down…”
On a recent surprise United States Public Health inspection conducted by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, ms Eurodam became the first ship in Holland America Line’s history to achieve eight consecutive perfect scores of 100.
The South Pacific is paradise on earth. Images of lush landscapes, crystalline waters and beautiful skies come to mind when thinking of the island jewels that make up this part of the world. For many, it’s the dream of a lifetime to journey to the South Pacific on a Holland America Line ship. Some travelers… read more of “Lookbook: Exploring…”
In honor of World Cancer Day, Holland America Line is proud to announce that to date, the guests and employees of the company have raised more than $4.3 million for cancer support through “On Deck” programming that started in 2006. In fact, On Deck events have hosted more than 300,000 participants on over 3,500 walks!… read more of “World Cancer Day:…”
There are a few destinations so iconic — even fabled — that they draw adventure-seekers from around the world. Cape Horn, the southernmost headland of the Tierra del Fuego archipelago of southern Chile, fits the bill. The rocky terrain extends into Drake Passage, rising to a height of 1,391 feet. 150 years ago the trip… read more of “Rounding Cape Horn:…”
A cruise to Alaska attracts all sorts of travelers. Some are avid explorers and just have to cross “The Last Frontier” off of their bucket lists. Some visitors are cruising for adventure, others are attracted to the unique culture and history of the region, and others still are in it for the abundance of wildlife… read more of “Paint Like Artist…”