Travelers looking to explore the scenic coastline and charming ports of Canada and New England in 2015 can choose from 39 itineraries that visit some of the region’s most iconic destinations.
On every cruise to Canada and New England, guests have the opportunity to explore various ports in Nova Scotia.
After 113 days, nearly 33,000 miles and a journey around the world, Amsterdam’s Grand World Voyage ended Monday, April 28 at Port Everglades, the port where it all began back in January.
Since departing the South Pacific, ms Amsterdam has sailed a westerly course toward Australia. Here is a recap of Captain Mercer’s blog posts. You can read them in their entirety on his blog, www.captainjonathan.com.
A cruise to Canada and New England is a feast for the eyes. Depending on the time of year, you’ll be treated to landscaped painted in jewel-toned hues.
If all of these Canada and New England posts have whet your appetite to explore the eastern seaboard, Holland America Line is featuring 48 opportunities in spring, summer and fall 2014. Scheduled May through October, the nine different itineraries on ms Eurodam, ms Maasdam and ms Veendam depart from Boston, Mass.; Montréal and Québec City,… read more of “Forty-Eight Cruises…”
With so much to see and do, a trip to Australia and New Zealand is made all the more exciting by taking part in one — or several — of our exciting shore excursions. Each tour is carefully crafted to offer the most fulfilling experience possible, and our reputable tour operators ensure that our guests… read more of “Top 10 Shore…”
HAL blogger Gary Frink currently is sailing on board Oosterdam and will be sending in posts from his voyage. The year is 1788. Eleven ships of the British First Fleet enter the vast, hospitable natural harbor and drop anchors. Slowly, methodically, sailors of the fleet off-load 736 passengers into life boats for the short paddle… read more of “Cruise Diary:…”