The cruises highlight 56 ports of call and reveal regional stories that connect them to the cruise line
Holland America Line is introducing a series of heritage cruises to mark its 150th anniversary. The 48 departures will run over the next year including “unique” on board and shoreside experiences.
Special itineraries will feature in Alaska, the Caribbean, northern Europe, Mediterranean, Australia/New Zealand, Hawaii, South America and Mexico.
The heritage cruises highlight 56 ports of call and reveal regional stories that connect them to the cruise line.
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Display screens on ships will showcase the ports’ historical moments, photos and fun facts, while other touches like regional drinks and menus aim to bring the destinations to life on board.
A ‘throwback’ happy hour rolls back time to offer selected drinks priced as low as 75 cents.
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Company president Gus Antorcha said: “As a beloved company that’s been around for 150 years, these special Heritage Cruises allow us to continue celebrating Holland America Line with our guests in a meaningful way.
“We have a deep connection to ports around the world, and we’re excited to show how each highlighted destination has shaped our brand.”
For more information on available cruises, visit www.connectingtravel.com/cruise-hub