The cruise company Holland America Line
has announced that two of its ships will run 36 seven-day cruises between Vancouver and Seward.
Both ships, the Zaandam
and the Volendam
, are the pride of Holland America Line's
sizable fleet and are capable of carrying a load of up to 1,432 passengers.
Seward boasts the world-famous Kenai Fjords National Park, one of the most beautiful spots in the state of Alaska.
The Volendam features an intricate garden theme that no other cruise ship could replicate. Its sculptures, renaissance fountains and abundance of flowers mean make the Volendam a ship that guests will not soon forget.
Richard D Meadows,CTC, Executive Vice President, Marketing, Sales, and Guest programmes, said: "Next summer in Alaska, Holland America Line will offer the most entries into Glacier Bay National Park and extraordinary scenic cruising past Alaska's immense Hubbard Glacier in Yakutat Bay, as well as the 15 glaciers of College Fjord and the twin Sawyer Glaciers in Tracy Arm."
In total, five of Holland America Line's
ships cruise from the picturesque port of Vancouver to Alaska 97 times per year.
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