Holland America Line

Savour the Journey

Holland America Line is widely recognized as a leader in the premium segment of the cruise industry. The company’s fleet of 14 ships annually offers more than 500 cruises to 415 ports of call in 98 countries, territories or dependencies. From one-day mini-vacations to once-in-a-lifetime Grand World Voyages of more than 100 days, the line calls at a variety of exotic, tropical, historical, cultural and adventure-filled destinations. Holland America Line’s fleet of ships visits all seven continents and highlights include Antarctica, South America, Australia/New Zealand and Asia voyages, Grand World Voyages and popular sailings to the Caribbean, Alaska, Mexico, Canada/New England, Europe and Panama Canal.

Beginning in 2014, Holland America Line has rebranded its popular Alaska Cruise Tour program with the new name Land + Sea Journeys to highlight more time in the marquee destinations of Denali National Park and the Yukon. Among the most significant program enhancements is a convenient one-hour flight that brings Fairbanks, Alaska, and Dawson City, Yukon, closer together — replacing up to two days of motor coach travel and a hotel overnight. The company has also opened Denali Square™ in Denali National Park with a goal to deliver the finest destination resort and experience in Alaska.

Cruise Offers

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    Alaskan Inside Passage Cruise

    A cruise on board Nieuw Amsterdam provides so many enriching experiences you will never be stuck for something new to...
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    Panama Canal Cruise from San Diego

    The third Holland America Line vessel to bear the name Amsterdam, this elegant, mid-sized ship features a three-story...
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    Circle Hawaii & Mexican Riviera Cruise

    Choosing to take your cruise holiday on the Oosterdam is choosing a trip that is sure to entertain, relax and invigor...
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