According to the statement, Holland America Line is offering AARP members an onboard credit that can be used for a variety of amenities.
In addition to the onboard credit, other promotions can be combined with this offer. Credit amounts vary depending on stateroom type and length of sailing.
Members of AARP can book a voyage with Holland America Line through their travel agent to receive their onboard credit. Members can use the credit toward shore excursions, spa services, beverages, specialty dining, and gift shop purchases.
AARP members are avid travelers, so Holland America Line is delighted to extend this offer to them, said Kacy Cole, Holland America Line’s chief marketing officer. The cruise line is looking forward to enticing AARP members to explore one of the many incredible destinations it explores.
All sailings except Grand Voyages, Grand Voyage segments, and shorter than five-day sailings are “Legendary Voyages” up to 59 days in length.
The Holland America Line cruises offer AARP members the chance to travel all over the world in comfort and ease, according to Victoria Borton, vice president of lifestyle products and services for AARP. The cruising experience and level of premium service that Holland America Line is synonymous with appeal to members.”
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