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Holland America touts cruise offer for 2012…

Posted on 19 August 2011


Holland American Line’s 2,104-passenger Eurodam.

Holland America has rolled out an ‘early advantage’ savings offer for 2012 voyages that includes free travel for the third and fourth passengers in a cabin on select sailings.


 Under terms of the offer, a family of four can cruise the Caribbean in 2012 for as little as $1,200, not including taxes, the line says.


Early Advantage Savings cruise fares start at $699 per person for a seven-day Alaska sailing, $899 for a seven-day Mediterranean cruise, $1,399 for a 12-day South America sailing and $1,599 for a 14-day Australia and New Zealand voyage.


Longer sailings also are included in the program, with Early Advantage Savings fares starting at $3,899 per person for a 28-day Hawaii and Tahiti cruise.


Third and fourth passengers sail free on select cruises on these itineraries: 7-day Bermuda cruises with Early Advantage Savings fares beginning at $699; 7-day Caribbean sailings beginning at $599; 7- to 16-day holiday sailings from $799, 7-day Mexico cruises starting at $699; and 15-day Canada New England from $1,599.


Select cruises also have reduced rates for third and fourth passengers. Holland America did not give an end date for the promotion but says it is “capacity controlled,” meaning a limited number of cabins are available.


Source; USA Today

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