According to Carnival Corporation, Holland America Line booked more tickets on July 11 than any other day in its 150-year history.
Revenues from bookings also broke the line’s record for a single day.
Cruisers are planning ahead and eager to travel, which is evidenced by the number of sailings booked on July 11, according to the company.
A significant increase in bookings for the cruise line’s new, longer Legendary Voyages, as well as a boost in sales for Alaska, Europe and the Caribbean, show significant interest in the cruise line’s marquee destinations. In addition to Australia, South America, the South Pacific, and Asia, reservations included destinations around the world.
As president of Holland America Line, Gus Antorcha, said, “We view a record booking day like this as an endorsement of the quality of the cruise product we are able to offer to our guests.” “People are planning their vacations for next year and even into 2025, and they are choosing our unforgettable destinations and the best service at sea.”
A leader in the cruise industry when it comes to Glacier Bay visits, Holland America Line’s Alaska Up Close program immerses guests in the local culture with authentic onboard programming, cruise activities and award-winning shore excursions.
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