Holland America Line is offering two Grand Voyages of more than 120 days concurrently, with the “Grand Voyage: Pole-to-Pole” and “Grand World Voyage” both sailing in January 2025.
Both cruises leave from Fort Lauderdale on a roundtrip basis and allow passengers to explore five continents on the “Grand Voyage: Pole-to-Pole” aboard Volendam and six continents on the “Grand World Voyage” aboard Zuiderdam.
“We craft one-of-a-kind itineraries that resonate with our world voyage guests, as indicated by pre-bookings on these cruises,” said Beth Bodensteiner, Holland America Line’s chief commercial officer. “Our team put together two amazing Grand Voyages so our guests can’t go wrong with either. We’re excited to offer two distinctly different, yet equally bucket-list itineraries.
More than any two concurrent cruises for Holland America Line, the combined Grand cruises will include more than 4,000 live concerts, 1,400 shore activities, and 5,800 pickleball games.
In order to commemorate the two Grand Voyages, Volendam and Zuiderdam will meet on April 24, 2025, for a joint overnight call in Barcelona, Spain. The perfectly timed dual visit will be celebrated with unique events involving both ships.
By making a reservation for either the 133-day “Grand Voyage: Pole-to-Pole” or the 124-day “Grand World Voyage” by June 3, 2024, passengers will get onboard benefits and credits worth up to $8,800 or $8,500 per person, respectively. New benefits include free roundtrip airport transfers, a $500 flight credit per person when booking with Flight Ease, and a complimentary WiFi package for any visitors who make early reservations.
When booking specific stateroom classifications, additional benefits may include free luggage transport to and from the Fort Lauderdale airport, pre-paid crew appreciation, and wash and dry cleaning service. There are rules and regulations. To get more information, go to hollandamerica.com.
Prices are per person, double occupancy, and start at $24,999 for the “2025 Grand World Voyage” and $26,399 for the “2025 Grand Voyage: Pole to Pole.” Additional charges include taxes, fees, and port costs.
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