Holland America readies Mexico cruises for September


Holland America prepares cruises through Mexico and the Caribbean in September 2021 with departures from two ports in the United States

The shipping company prepares cruises through the Mexican Caribbean and Hawaii

Holland America Line is getting ready to restart cruises from the United States and sail through Mexico and Hawaii.

Through a statement reported that their itineraries will depart from San Diego and includes departures from Fort Lauderdale.

The itineraries through Mexico from the United States will be carried out on board the Koningsdam and Zuiderdam cruises.

The shipping company also extended the season with the addition of six new departures with Zuiderdam and two with Koningdam.

With the reactivation of cruises on the west coast of the United States, Holland is preparing itineraries for the Caribbean with four ships.

All round-trip sailing from Fort Lauderdale projects that the season will begin on October 23.

Cruise ships will be like dragsters

“San Diego has always been an incredible home port for our ships and we can’t wait to restart on the West Coast with two ships operating for one season,” said Gus Antorcha, president of Holland America Line.

Similarly, he expressed his excitement for the four scheduled Caribbean cruises, including Mexico and his new ship.

“The cruise ship is back and having the ships vaccinated for these cruises in 2021 ensures that we can deliver the experience as our guests remember and expect,” he added.

The trips will last from four to 14 days, covering the entire western region of the United States, including Half Moon Key.

His new cruise ship Roterdam will join the fleet from November 3, Eurodam from November 14 and Nieuw Statendam from November 21.

Source: periodicoviaje.com

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