Holland America Line
has revealed that it will sail its longest ever cruise season to Europe in the upcoming year, offering real treats to any passengers taking to the seas on one of the company's beautiful liners.
A five-ship fleet will sail 46 itineraries in 2007, with the first departure in March and the final one in November. The ten to 56-day cruises will call at a total of 136 ports, with a host of stops that are brand new to Holland America
"Our European cruises draw on more than 130 years of experience. From the Black Sea to the Baltic we offer the widest array of itineraries, departures and cruise lengths at the best value," said Richard D Meadows, CTC, Senior Vice President of Marketing and Sales.
"Our guests look forward to more time in port including late departures and overnights, fascinating excursions and the 'best overall cruise value' according to the World Ocean & Cruise Liner Society."
Jupivogur in Iceland, Sochi in Russia and Koper in Slovenia are a trio of maiden ports for Holland America
passengers to visit, with the cruises offering a great variety of cultures and places to enjoy.
More than 500 land excursions have also been planned for passengers, meaning a great selection of outings to choose from for those lucky enough to be sailing the European
seas with Holland America
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