Georgina Cruz, a seasoned traveler and frequent Holland America Line guest, recently cruised on back-to-back Veendam cruises to Canada/New England. Read her Cruise Diary to hear why she chose two cruises with repeating itineraries. Remember the old ad slogan for Doublemint chewing gum? It invited us to double our pleasure, double our fun. When it… read more of “Cruise Diary:…”
Holland America Line is stepping up the 2016 Canada and New England program and adding five incredible 10-day cruise options. These cruises allow for the perfect amount of time to see the region’s best destinations. From the chic French culture of Montreal and Quebec City to storybook lighthouses dotted throughout Halifax and Charlottetown, guests can… read more of “New 10-Day…”
Today is National Lighthouse Day, a day that honors the beacon of light that, for hundreds of years, has symbolized safety and security for ships and boats at sea. On this day in 1789, U.S. President George Washington signed an act passed by the First Congress to protect explorers. Today, lighthouses not only mark the… read more of “It’s…”
When travelers think of a cruise to Canada and New England, images of stunning scenery, sweeping estates, beautiful lighthouses and maple syrup are just a few things that come to mind. But there’s so much more to our neighbor to the north. Did you know that as the second-largest country in the world, Canada borders… read more of “Why Cruise to…”
Each summer travelers cruise to Canada and New England to take in the picturesque lighthouses and rugged shorelines. In the fall guests visit to get a peek at the stunning scenery as the leaves change color and the mountains light up with red, orange and magenta hues. Beyond the beautiful backdrops, however, Canada boasts a… read more of “More Than Just Leaf…”
Holland America Line’s cruises to Canada and New England feature some of the most beautiful scenery, diverse cultures and interesting history in North America. From stunning national parks to picturesque coastlines and plenty of colorful and interesting towns in between, there is plenty to see in this diverse region … and plenty of ways to… read more of “10 New Tours…”
It’s that time of year when the leaves in Canada and New England turn from shades of green to vibrant hues of yellow and red. Fall officially begins this week, and it’s peak season for Canada & New England cruises. From the Saguenay Fjord to the coastline of Maine, it’s a spectacular display of nature… read more of “What Will You See…”
Journalist Debbra Dunning Brouillette set sail on a Canada and New England cruise aboard Veendam and wrote an article about her adventure for the Fort Worth Star-Telegram.