If you’re yearning to sail the high seas, Holland America Line is pulling out all the stops. The cruise line is offering additional amenities when guests book early for late 2022 and 2023 cruises.
Premium Amenities on Holland America Cruises
From July 12 through Sept. 30, 2022, the cruise line has an offer is for guests who book early. If cruisers book for a Holiday 2022 cruise or a 2023 cruise, they could save over $900 per person.
The “Have It All” Premium package includes crew gratuities, an onboard credit, and shore excursions. It also offers specialty beverages and dining along with Wi-Fi. This is part of Holland America’s “Book Early & Save.”
“As the world begins to travel more and with our entire fleet in operation, we are seeing great interest in our cruises that sail to all seven continents,” said Beth Bodensteiner, Holland America Line’s chief commercial officer in a press release.
Many 2022 and 2023 Destinations to Book
Travelers can take advantage of the premium package through “Book Early & Save.” Explore Alaska, Antarctica, Asia, Australia and New Zealand. Adventurers can also book trips to the Caribbean, Canada, New England and Hawaii in North America.
“Book Early & Save” offers are not valid on Grand Voyages or cruises that are five days or less.
Other destinations include the Mediterranean Mexico, Northern Europe, Panama Canal and South America. Alaska Cruisetours, are included along with the combination of an Alaska cruise with an overland exploration to Denali and the Yukon.
Book Early & Save fares start at $899 per person, double occupancy, for Caribbean cruises. Summer cruises to Alaska begin at $949 per person. For Europe, prices start at $1,399. Taxes, fees and port expenses are additional.
“Cruising continues to offer an incredible value in terms of price, ease and everything that is included in the fare, and these added incentives make a cruise vacation even more attractive,” Bodensteiner continued in the release.