Living with Corona
Holland America Line

With tra­vel restric­tions con­ti­nuing for the near future due to glo­bal health con­cerns, Hol­land Ame­ri­ca Line has deci­ded to extend its pau­se of glo­bal crui­se ope­ra­ti­ons and can­cel all Alas­ka, Euro­pe and Canada/New Eng­land crui­ses for 2020. In addi­ti­on, Ams­ter­dam will not ope­ra­te the 79-day Grand Afri­ca Voya­ge from Bos­ton, Mas­sa­chu­setts, to Fort Lau­derda­le, Flo­ri­da, that was sche­du­led to depart on Oct. 3, 2020. Guests auto­ma­ti­cal­ly recei­ve future crui­se credits, full refund opti­ons are also available

In this chal­len­ging year Hol­land Ame­ri­ca Line is com­me­mo­ra­ting its 147th anni­ver­s­a­ry, reflec­ting on the resi­li­en­ce that has been exhi­bi­ted throughout the company’s histo­ry, endu­ring chal­len­ging times many times befo­re and emer­ging even stron­ger thanks to loy­al guests, dedi­ca­ted crew and employees, and the sup­port of tra­vel advisors.

Learn more about the company’s histo­ry in the video. The look ahead is still a bit of a gues­sing game.


Birgit Rapp

Foun­ding Part­ner & Depu­ty Director