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Holland America looks to Hawaii


Starting this fall and through spring 2016, Holland America Line heads to the tropics of Hawaii and explores the spirit of Mexico with itineraries ranging in length from seven to 18 days.

Two ships will travel throughout the regions, with Veendam offering cruises to both Hawaii and Mexico, and Zaandam its way weaving among the Hawaiian Islands.

The three sailings to Hawaii feature relaxing days at sea and calls at Hilo, Honolulu, Nawiliwili, Lahaina and Kona, Hawaii. A 17-day cruise on Veendam departs Nov. 26 and sails roundtrip from San Diego, and an 18-day voyage on Zaandam departing April 26, 2016 sails roundtrip from Vancouver and adds a call at Victoria, BC.

Cruise fares for the 17-day Hawaii cruises begin at US$1,599 and fares for the 18-day voyage begin at US$2,199, all per person, double occupancy.

On each of these cruises guests can take part in cultural activities as part of HAL’s “On Location” program. The itinerary sets the theme for guests to indulge in localized experiences that make time onboard as enriching as visiting the ports of call through lectures, demonstrations, performances and cuisine. The Hawaii cruises feature activities such as lei making, ukulele lessons, hula dancing classes, Hawaiian language classes, a poolside Hawaiian Luau and Hawaiian beer tastings.


Travel Courier Issue Date: Sep 10, 2015
Posted in Hawaii



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