After it completes a series of four cruises to Greece this summer, the Eurodam will operate the Westerdam’s previously scheduled cruises in the Mediterranean, Holland America Line has advised.
From Sept. 12 through its Oct. 30 transatlantic departure, Eurodam will offer five 12-day itineraries roundtrip from Venice, Italy; between Venice and Piraeus (Athens), Greece; Venice and Barcelona, Spain; or from Barcelona to Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
Bookings open today (Thurs., May 27), for these cruises.
For guests who were booked on Westerdam cruises, they will automatically be rebooked on the same departure date aboard Eurodam in a comparable stateroom. As a Signature Class vessel, Eurodam has a slightly larger capacity and will be able to accommodate all Westerdam guests (Eurodam 2,104; Westerdam 1,964).
Holland America Line previously announced Eurodam would restart cruising in the Mediterranean Aug. 15, 2021, and offer three seven-day departures roundtrip from Piraeus and one seven-day cruise from Piraeus to Venice.
Immediately following the transatlantic crossing, Eurodam is expected to begin its scheduled Caribbean season of cruises roundtrip from Fort Lauderdale. From November 2021 through March 2022, guests can embark on seven-, 10- and 11-day itineraries that explore the eastern, southern and tropical Caribbean, as well as partial Panama Canal cruises that spend a day on Gatun Lake.
Fares for Eurodam’s 12-day Mediterranean cruises begin at a “Have It All” premium package rate of $2,299 per person that includes four high-value amenities: two shore excursions, a Signature Beverage Package, one night specialty dining in both Pinnacle Grill and Tamarind, and a Wi-Fi Surf Package to stay connected throughout the cruise. Cruise-only fares start at $1,699 per person, double occupancy. Taxes, fees and port expenses are additional.
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