|HOLLAND AMERICA UNVEILS FALL EUROPEAN CRUISE DESTINATIONS|
Holland America Line has unveiled its fall Europe cruise offering. Ports of call span from Turkey to the Canary Islands and across the Atlantic. |
Ranging from a seven-night Mediterranean cruise to a grand 42-night trans-Atlantic journey, the features include port-intensive itineraries, overnight calls, and time to explore on one of Holland America Line's shore excursions.
Sailing roundtrip from Barcelona, Spain, ms Ryndam embarks on three 11-day cruises to jewels in the Mediterranean. The Cultural Mosaic cruise visits ports in Italy, Greece, Croatia and Montenegro, while the Ancient Discoveries itinerary calls at ports in Spain, Italy, Tunisia, Malta and Monaco. The Canary Island Explorer itinerary sails west, calling at ports in Spain, Portugal, the Canary Islands and Morocco.
Noordam will follow two alternating 10-day roundtrip Civitavecchia (Rome), Italy, itineraries. Roman Empires visits the eastern Mediterranean with calls at ports in Croatia, Greece, Turkey and Italy; and Mediterranean Enchantment sails the Western Mediterranean and includes Monaco, Spain, Italy and North Africa.
Holland America Line's newest ship, ms Nieuw Amsterdam, sails alternating 12-night cruises between Barcelona, Spain and Venice, Italy. Both the Mediterranean Romance and Mediterranean Tapestry itineraries call at differing ports in Italy, Croatia and Greece, with both featuring an overnight call at Venice.
Three of ms Rotterdam's itineraries are showcased this fall and all sail roundtrip from Rotterdam, the Netherlands. The 14-night Spain and Portugal Explorer itinerary calls at several ports throughout the two countries, with an added stop at Gibraltar. The 17-night Moorish Empire cruise sails all the way to Civitavecchia (Rome) and back, with calls along the way in Spain, Italy, Portugal and Gibraltar.
Guests looking to explore western Europe and the shores of Africa can set sail on the 17-night Canary Island Adventure that calls at ports in Portugal, Spain, the Canary Islands and Morocco.