Holland America Line
is offering no fewer than 28 cruises, 12 itineraries and five ships for holidaymakers seeking to enjoy the Panama Canal during 2007.
Puerto Chiapas, on the coast of Mexico, has been added as a new port of call, while Holland America Line
has also made even more departures available from New York.
The length of cruises varies considerably, with the shortest being a ten-day Sunfarer deal, followed by full transit crossings of 14 to 22 days.
The newest addition from Holland America Line
is a spectacular 23-day cruise which takes in the sights of Mexico, Costa Rica, Panama, Ecuador, Nicaragua and Guatemala.
Richard D Meadows, senior vice president of marketing and sales, commented: "Holland America Line
was among the first to explore this spectacle of engineering, and we continue to lead the way today, offering several cruise lengths and many different port mixes in our itineraries."
To complete the experience, a Panama Canal historian travels on each Holland America Line
sailing offering passengers an educational enlightenment of the canal and its shores.
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