Holland America Line Adds New Itineraries in Australia, New Zealand and Asia

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May 2. Holland America Line has opened bookings for new itineraries aboard Westerdam starting in fall 2022 in anticipation of ports in Australia, New Zealand and Southeast Asia reopening to cruise ships.

Departing September 25, 2022, through March 13, 2023, these new cruises will explore the enchanting culture, history and landscapes of some of the most sought-after destinations in the Pacific. Itineraries in Australia and New Zealand will sail roundtrip from Sydney or between Sydney and Auckland and include scenic cruising in Fiordland National Park on New Zealand’s South Island. Additionally, Holland America Line announced plans for a special holiday cruise of New Zealand departing on December 20.

Following a newly added seven-day Alaska cruise sailing roundtrip from Seattle on September 25, Westerdam will spend 36 days navigating the South Pacific en route to the southern and eastern regions of Australia and the North and South Islands of New Zealand. The lengthy cruise will depart Seattle on October 2 and arrive in Sydney on November 8. Along the way, the ship will make 14 calls on various islands, including Hawaii, Samoa, Fiji, Vanuatu, New Caledonia and Papua New Guinea before finishing with a trio of stops in Australia.

Beginning November 8, Westerdam will cruise Australia and New Zealand on four port-intensive sailings ranging from 13 to 15 days. With more time spent off the ship, guests can look forward to exploring and experiencing both countries’ impressive history, culture, nature, food and wine.

Source: Travel Pulse

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