Holland America Line Announces Europe and Alaska Cruises for Summer 2011

Seattle, December 9, 2009 — Holland America Line is announcing its Europe and Alaska cruise schedule for summer 2011, which increases sailings from the homeports of Dover, England and Rotterdam, the Netherlands.
“We’ll offer more sailings in Europe in 2011 to meet the increase in demand for European itineraries,” said Richard D. Meadows, CTC, executive vice… [Continue Reading]

ms Oosterdam Completes 300th Voyage

Seattle, July 17, 2009 – Sailing the Mediterranean from Venice to Barcelona, ms Oosterdam recently celebrated a milestone with her 300th cruise. The sailing came a few weeks after extensive upgrades in Fincantieri’s Palermo Shipyard in Italy to add new guest staterooms, dining options, public areas and a specialty wine bar.
“The Oosterdam’s recent enhancements are… [Continue Reading]

Holland America Line Contributed $576 Million Dollars to Washington Economy in 2008

Seattle, April 24, 2009 — With three Seattle-based ships sailing out of Seattle for the five-month cruise season in 2008, Holland America Line contributed US$418 million to the Seattle economy and $576 million in Washington State. These numbers are up from $408 million and $502 million respectively in 2007. In 2009, the company will again… [Continue Reading]

Holland America Line Features Eight Ships Sailing Four Alaska Itineraries in 2010

Seattle, April 14, 2009 — Holland America Line is introducing a new 14-day Alaskan Adventurer cruise itinerary in 2010 to complement its extensive selection of seven-day itineraries and departures. The Alaskan Adventurer increases the choice of Holland America itineraries to a total of four, joining the popular Alaskan Explorer, Glacier Discovery and Glacier Bay Inside… [Continue Reading]

Holland America Line Expands 2009 Panama Canal Program with More Full Transits

Seattle, February 20, 2009 – Holland America Line offers an unprecedented number of Panama Canal sailings in 2009, offering 45 total cruises on nine different ships departing from five separate ports. Guests can experience daylight transits of the historic and fascinating Panama Canal and itineraries that feature diverse and intriguing ports of call on voyages.
“We’ve… [Continue Reading]