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Holland America Line extends booking incentives

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Holland America Line has extended its booking incentives for travel partners and guests, along with releasing some new European itineraries.

The cruise line is offering some competitive perks including 2 per cent commission and free flight on select cruises.

The special 2 per cent bonus commission incentive applies to select Alaska, Europe, Canada and New England cruises and has been extended until the end of October.

Incentivising guests to get a booking, the free flight offer has been extended until the end of September. The offer allows guests to cruise from just £999 on select Europea itineraries and fly for free through the Flight Ease Programme.

In addition to free flights, travellers can get 20 per cent off all shore excursions on their upcoming 2021 Alaska and Europe cruises when booked by 23 September. The cap for flights and excursions is set at $2,300.

Guests can also benefit from the Early Pay Incentive (now extended until the end of October), where passengers who make a payment installment toward their booked cruise or sign up for a Holland America Line payment plan will get $250 of on board credit.

Other incentives include the Have it All Sale, valid for most from December 2020 to April 2022, offers added value of up to $2,300 including free drinks, free gratuities, a free Signature Dining Package, free Wi-Fi for suites and a 50 per cent reduced deposit. These cruises must be booked by 30 September.

With so many great offers and incentives, the line has also revealed that five Holland America Line ships will explore Europe from Greenland to Greece and Iceland to Israel.

The brand new collection of ships departing from the US to Europe include Rotterdam, Nieuw Statendam and Zaandam.

From April through November, the five ships will offer itineraries ranging from seven to 35 days. Sailings will include transatlantic crossings between Fort Lauderdale, Florida, and Europe, with the ships visiting the Baltics, British Isles, French and Spanish rivieras, Iberian Peninsula, Mediterranean and Northern Europe including Greenland, Iceland, Norway and the North Cape.

Holland America Line’s president Gus Antorcha said: “Our guests miss cruising as much as we do, and as we move closer to getting back to doing what we do best, we want everyone to feel confident in planning their European travel with us for next summer.

“At Holland America Line, we are a community of passionate globetrotters. For anyone looking to go to Europe next summer and really connect with a variety of cultures, Holland America Line has put together the most diverse collection of itineraries that embraces the entire region.”

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