More Than 65 Culinary Experts Take Center Stage for Holland America Line’s 2010 Culinary Arts Center Program

Seattle, WA, February 8, 2010 — Taking top chefs from kitchens and restaurants all around the world and inviting them aboard Holland America Line ships, the line’s Culinary Arts Center, presented by Food & Wine Magazine, continues to expand in popularity. This year, more than 65 guest culinary experts are participating in the hugely successful… [Continue Reading]

Holland America Line Brings on the Heat with Warm Water Cruises for Fall 2010 Through Spring 2011

Seattle, Wash., February 2, 2010 – Holland America Line highlights warm tropical destinations from October 2010 through April 2011 with an exceptional variety of Caribbean, Panama Canal, Mexico and Hawaii cruises. Among the most popular cruise choices, warm water itineraries provide a sunny getaway with the relaxing ambiance of a premium cruise ship.
“The Caribbean, Panama… [Continue Reading]

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 2010 Europe Line Up to Include New Signature-Class MS Nieuw Amsterdam, 142 Ports of Call, 11 Maiden Ports, & New Itineraries

Seattle, WA, June 25: Holland America Line is ushering in the 2010 Europe cruise season with its newest ship, the Signature-class ms Nieuw Amsterdam. It, along with five other mid-sized ships—ms Eurodam, ms Maasdam, ms Prinsendam, ms Noordam and ms Westerdam—will sail 54 cruises and call at 142 ports from Norway to Turkey. Beginning April… [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]