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|Holland America Line Increases Capacity for 2012 Alaska Season|
|Tuesday, 05 April 2011|
Holland America Line is ready to make more trips to Alaska and from May 2 to September 23 the cruise line will embark on 130 departures using seven of its mid-sized ships and four different itineraries. The changes will see a 6% rise in guest capacity. CTC, executive vice president, marketing, sales, and guest programs, Richard Meadows, says that Alaska is the most popular destination of all the Holland American cruises and the with these new itineraries there will be room for more guests to enjoy the experience.
There are 7-day and 14-day cruises that depart from Vancouver, British Columbia, and Seattle, Washington. There are also trips between Vancouver and Seward, Alaska. Itineraries allow passengers to enjoy many popular ports of call and they will be able to enjoy sites such as the 3.3 million acres of Glacier Bay National Park and the famous Inside Passage of Alaska. A cruise is a fantastic way to see Alaska.
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