Holland America Line will continue to let travelers make last-minute changes and cancellations without penalty until at least the end of 2022.
The cruise line announced that it will extend its Worry-Free Promise policy to Dec. 31, 2022, for all cruises booked by Sept. 30. The policy’s Flexible Cancellation Plan allows guests to cancel for any reason up to 30 days before departure and receive a credit to use on a future cruise.
Also part of the policy is Holland America Line’s COVID-19 Protection Program, which allows guests who test positive for the coronavirus within 30 days of embarkation to get credit for a future cruise. The policy applies to cases where guests can’t cruise because of government-implemented policies related to COVID-19, too.
“Guests are thrilled to be back on board and exploring new adventures,” said Beth Bodensteiner, chief commercial officer for Holland America Line, in a press statement. “We want everyone to feel comfortable when booking one of our great cruise offers available right now, knowing that they will be covered if their plans change.”
The Worry-Free Promise program was announced in 2021 and has been extended several times as the COVID-19 pandemic has persisted.
Holland America Line expects to have its entire fleet of ships back in operation before then end of 2022.
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