Holland America Line extended its suspension of cruise operations until April 30, 2021, which includes to Alaska, the Mexican Riviera, the Pacific Coast, the Caribbean, the Mediterranean and Canada / New England.
The line will also cancel all Alaska itineraries through mid-May, Mediterranean cruises through early June, and Canada / New England trips through August.
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The cruises affected by this pause in operation are all cruise departures scheduled until April 30, 2021; in addition, for Alaska, Eurodam and Oosterdam trips are suspended until the first week of June; those of the Koningsdam until mid-May; those of the Nieuw Amsterdam and Noordam until mid-May; and those of the Zuiderdam until the beginning of June.
In the Mediterranean, the Volendam and Westerdam itineraries were canceled until early June. On the other hand, for Canada / New England the Zaandam cruises were suspended until August.
Holland America Line informed that guests and their travel agents will be notified about cancellations and credit options for future cruises (FCC) and reservation changes.
The company is closely following the protocol established by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and is preparing ships and implementing procedures to meet all approval requirements for sailing after the break.
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