Holland America Line
is set to offer its passengers more trips around the spectacular Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve in Alaska.
The cruise line has been allocated 65 "use days" of the area every year from 2010 more than any other company.
Richard D Meadows, executive vice president of marketing, sales and guest programmes, said Glacier Bay is a "must see" destination.
"We are honoured to show this magnificent place to our guests, and we remain committed to conserving it for future generations."
The slots were reportedly allocated to cruise lines that were able to demonstrate their commitment to minimising water and air pollution.
Glacier Bay is included in four of Holland America Line's itineraries.
In other news, the cruise line was named as the 'best value' cruise provider by the World Ocean and Cruise Liner Society, for the 17th consecutive year.
Written by Fiona Mayers