It’s the fourth Carnival brand to report record bookings, after P&O Cruises, AIDA and Cunard
Holland America Line has announced that bookings in the third week of January were the highest on record for any week in January for the Carnival brand.
The week ending Friday 20 January exceeded bookings during the same week in 2019 by more than 20%.
The increased bookings were especially notable for summer cruises and cruises to Alaska for the same week. Bookings for Alaska-bound cruises were 25% higher than in the strongest week in January 2019.
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On 17 January alone, Holland America Line reached its highest single-day bookings for any January day on record.
Guests are also booking cruises further into the future. More than 25% of the bookings made on 17 January were for voyages embarking in 2024.
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Commenting on the news, Holland America Line president Gus Antorcha said:“Seeing this level of booking is a great sign for Holland America Line and for the industry. Travellers are clearly excited to get back to cruising and they appreciate the service and experiences unique to Holland America Line including our Alaska Up Close onboard programming.
"It’s especially encouraging that so many guests are already looking ahead to 2024 and planning their next vacation.”
For more information, visit www.hollandamerica.com