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]

Holland America Line’s Volendam Returns to Asia and Down Under in 2011 with a Widespread Array of Itineraries—Including the Great Barrier Reef

Seattle, Oct. 12, 2009 — Holland America Line’s ms Volendam is set to cruise to Australia and New Zealand in early 2011 with 14- and 18-day voyages to the lands of kangaroos, kiwis, the wonders of the Great Barrier Reef and exotic Asian ports. The ship also will sail a 14-day exploration of the South… [Continue Reading]

Chicago Chef Guiseppe Tentori to Sail on Holland America Line’s ms Volendam September 16

Seattle, June 2, 2009 — Guiseppe Tentori, executive chef for Boka Restaurant Group, is scheduled to sail as part of the guest-enrichment program on the Sept. 16, 2009, Alaska voyage aboard Holland America Line’s ms Volendam.
The seven-day, roundtrip Vancouver, British Columbia, cruise calls at Tracy Arm, Juneau, Skagway and Ketchikan, Alaska, with Glacier Bay scenic… [Continue Reading]

Holland America Adds More Sydney, Australia, Round-Trip Voyages in 2010

Seattle, Feb. 11, 2009 — Holland America Line will add to its schedule of round-trip Sydney, Australia, sailings in 2010. The line has created three exciting 14-day cruises aboard ms Volendam geared to exploring the vast region that encompasses Australia, New Zealand and the South Pacific.
Two cruises, departing Jan. 20 and Feb. 28, are set… [Continue Reading]

Microsoft Digital Workshop Rolls Across Holland America Line Ships

Seattle, WA, January 12, 2008 – Holland America Line announced today the roll-out schedule for its popular Microsoft Digital Workshops. The successful program begun last April has already been implemented on five of the ships, ms Amsterdam, ms Oosterdam, ms Westerdam, ms Eurodam and ms Noordam. Installation on 12 of the 14 ships will be… [Continue Reading]