Holland America Line
has announced the details of its 2010 Grand Voyage itineraries.
The cruise line is offering guests the opportunity to choose from a 114-day Grand World Voyage or from one of its other, shorter itinerary options.
Holland America Line's four new itineraries take in countries across all corners of the globe, with ports of call in Antarctica, South America and China among others.
Richard D Meadows, executive vice president of sales, marketing and guest programmes at Holland America Line, claimed the itineraries were some of the best ever offered by the cruise line.
"Regardless of whether guests wish to cruise a 114-day Grand World Voyage or one of our 51- or 70-day Grand Voyages, Holland America offers the best value for extended travel to the worlds most captivating and heralded countries in the world," he said.
In related news, Holland America Line recently announced plans to carry out significant enhancements on five of its ships, as part of the cruise line's ongoing Signature of Excellence plans.
Written by Fiona Mayers