Last chance: ‘Have it All Early Booking Bonus’ for Summer 2024 cruises adds upgraded beverage and Wi-Fi packages — a value of $126 per person per day — but must be booked by Sept. 30, 2023
Seattle, Wash., Aug. 3, 2023 — For travelers planning cruises next year and seeking the best cruise offers, Holland America Lines' “Have it All Early Booking Bonus” adds extra benefits and top premium amenities at 60% off. But there’s only two months to go for the limited-time offer on 2024 cruises to Europe, Alaska and Canada/New England, with the special promotion expiring Sept. 30, 2023.
Holland America Line guests receive added perks when booking these 2024 cruises with the “Have it All Early Booking Bonus that include free upgrades to the Elite Beverage Package and Premium Wi-Fi, as well as free prepaid Crew Appreciation and a Low Fare Guarantee, ensuring that guests receive the lowest starting price. The standard Have it All package also includes the amenities of shore excursions and specialty dining along with the Signature Beverage and Surf Wi-Fi packages. The specialty restaurant visits and shore excursion credit increase depending on the length of cruise.
“Holland America Line’s Have It All premium package has proven to be popular since we launched it, and adding extra perks like free prepaid crew appreciation makes it even more advantageous for our guests,” said Beth Bodensteiner, chief commercial officer of Holland America Line. “When we open new cruises we hope to entice travelers to book early by adding these extra perks, but they are only available for a limited time so now is the time to plan ahead and book before the offer ends.”
More Glaciers and Wildlife in Alaska
From April through September 2024, guests can embark on Holland America Line’s cruises to Alaska aboard Eurodam, Koningsdam, Nieuw Amsterdam, Noordam, Westerdam and Zaandam. The cruise line is debuting a new 28-day Arctic Circle itinerary in 2024 that includes 12 Alaska ports, longer 14-day voyages and 117 weeklong journeys, enhancing its position as the leader in Alaska cruising.
Every Alaska cruise includes a visit to one or more of Alaska’s iconic glacier destinations: Glacier Bay National Park, College Fjord, Dawes Glacier, Hubbard Glacier and Twin Sawyer Glaciers of Tracy Arm. Holland America Line has more visits to Glacier Bay than any other cruise line.
For guests who want to explore the region further, Holland America Line’s Cruisetours combine a cruise with an overland adventure to Denali and the Yukon. Holland America Line is the only cruise line the ventures deep into the wilds of the Yukon.
From Northern Europe to the Mediterranean
For Holland America Line’s 2024 Europe season, the cruise line is adding several new itineraries that combine regions, increasing the number of voyages of 14 days or longer and enhancing Northern Europe with new departure ports. From April to November dozens of unique itineraries — ranging from seven to 35 days — will be offered on two of the line’s Pinnacle Class ships, Nieuw Statendam and Rotterdam, along with Oosterdam and Zuiderdam.
The four Holland America Line ships will cover the entire region on voyages designed for cultural immersion. Nine overnight ports and 33 late-night departure cities provide more time ashore while the ships explore the Baltic, British Isles, Canary Islands, French and Spanish rivieras, Israel, Mediterranean and Northern Europe, including Iceland, Greenland and Norway.
Charming Canada and New England
Holland America Line’s 2024 Canada and New England season is set to feature 29 sailings that range from weeklong getaways to longer, more in-depth journeys. The close-to-home cruises that depart or end in Boston, Massachusetts, are idyllic for family getaways and guests looking to explore North America’s Atlantic Coast. Several of the extended itineraries also stretch up to the dramatic landscapes of Iceland and Greenland.
From April through October, Volendam and Zuiderdam offer a series of seven-day “Canada & New England Discovery” departures with ports that showcase region’s delicious seafood, deep maritime history, quintessential charm and natural beauty. Ten- and 11-day cruises on Volendam add Newfoundland, while a 24-day expedition adds Greenland and a circumnavigation of Iceland.
Cruise fares begin at US $1,164 per person, double occupancy, for a seven-day departure with the “Have it All Early Booking Bonus.”