It was a great year for cruising. From Grand Voyages to Caribbean getaways and Alaska explorations, Holland America Line guests traveled all around the world. As we cruise into the new year Holland America Line asked fans on Facebook to share their resolutions. As the survey was presented to a group of cruisers it should… read more of “Cruisers Reveal…”
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Each year, Holland America Line carefully crafts Grand Voyages that offer extended journeys to some of the most incredible places in the world. The longer itineraries allow for in-depth explorations and immersive experiences that very few cruise lines offer. Holland America Line has been sailing Grand Voyages for years, and no other cruise line offers… read more of “Where’s ms…”
Are you thinking about taking a Mediterranean cruise but not sure it’s for you? Hear about cruising the Med from the people who know best … our own past passengers! In a new series called “Cruise Experts Tell All,” the Holland America Blog is turning to our own guests to get an insider’s perspective on… read more of “Cruise Experts Tell…”
Dutch TV celebrity and travel writer Charlotte Van Hoorn recently was back onboard, this time cruising aboard a segment of ms Prinsendam’s Grand Africa & Mediterranean Voyage.
On any Holland America Line cruise in Europe, guests are taken to an incredibly diverse array of ports. From those that are scenically stunning to historical meccas, each region has its landmark calls that are not to be missed.
South America is full of contrasts. From the piercing blue ice of Antarctica to the lush jungles of the Amazon, it’s a continent that truly has something for everyone.
Holland America Line’s Alaska cruises are filled with exciting, unique and unspoiled ports. While names like Sitka, Homer and Skagway might not be as familiar as Anchorage or Ketchikan, it’s the state’s capital of Juneau that is probably most well-known.
Every Grand World Voyage lives up to its name, but this year’s journey was made especially memorable by the presence of Nobel Peace Prize laureate Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu, who boarded ms Amsterdam at Durban, South Africa, March 28 and disembarked at Cape Town April 1.