Holland America Line Expands South America Program
New Diverse Itineraries and Maiden Ports Added for 2008
Announcing an expanded 2008 season, Holland America Line continues to explore the colorful culture of South America. Included in the new program are additional sailings, new itineraries and more cruises to Antarctica than ever before.
“No one offers more diverse and remarkable views of South America than Holland America,” said Richard D. Meadows, CTC, executive vice president, marketing, sales and guest programs. “The popularity of this exotic and complex region continues to grow and Holland America once more offers new itineraries, extended stays and maiden ports. From the captivating tropics of the Panama Canal to the ethereal icy beauty of South Chile, we have the continent covered.”
New itineraries for 2008 include an expanded 20-Day South America Explorer and Antarctica cruise aboard the ms Rotterdam, a 26-Day Inca Discovery cruise on the ms Statendam, a 22-Day Americas Discovery Cruise on the ms Amsterdam, a 26-Day Amazon Explorer cruise on the ms Prinsendam, and a 32 to 36-Day Panama Canal and Amazon Explorer cruise aboard the ms Veendam.