Book your place now on Holland America Line’s two newest Grand Voyages: Grand Voyage: Pole-to-Pole and Grand World Voyage, leaving in January 2025.
The cruise line will be running two Grand Voyages simultaneously for the first time in history.
Volendam’s Grand Voyage: Pole-to-Pole will cover five continents, while Zuiderdam’s Grand World Voyage will cover six. The voyages depart and end in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
The pre-bookings on these cruises indicate that Holland America Line’s unique itineraries resonate with its world voyage guests, said Beth Bodensteiner, chief commercial officer. There is no wrong choice when it comes to our two incredible Grand Voyages. We’re thrilled to introduce two bucket-list-worthy itinerary options that are distinctly different.
There will be eight overnight calls as part of the Pole to Pole journey: Fuerte Amador, Panama; Callao (Lima), Peru; Buenos Aires, Argentina; Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; Barcelona, Spain; Lisbon, Portugal; and Reykjavik, Iceland.
A second world cruise will include nine overnight stops at Callao (two nights); Easter Island; Papeete, Tahiti; Sydney, Australia; Singapore; Cape Town; Mombasa, Kenya; and Safaga, Egypt.
Book by June 3, 2024, and you can receive extra onboard credits and amenities worth up to $8,800 or $8,500 per person on the full 133-day Grand Voyage: Pole-to-Pole and 124-day Grand World Voyage.
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