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Holland America Line has some unforgettable itineraries for the 2023-2024 season lined up for your clients, all departing from its homeport of San Diego, CA. With two solar eclipse cruises and a dive into the ports of the Sea of Cortez on the menu, you can rest assured they will be wowed.

“San Diego is an important homeport for Holland America Line, both from a drive-to market and for guests who fly in, and it’s important for us to be able to offer cruises to a variety of destinations,” said Beth Bodensteiner, chief commercial officer, Holland America Line, in a press statement. “Our West Coast itineraries have been meticulously designed to showcase the best of each region, and we took extra time crafting the solar eclipse cruises so they are perfectly aligned to give our guests a total view. We expect them to book up quickly, so those who are interested shouldn’t delay.”

An Opportunity to Experience a Solar Eclipse with Holland America Line

With 39 departures to Mexico, Hawaii, the Pacific Coast and the Panama Canal, you’ll find something for everyone on your cruise list, but the two solar eclipse cruises are definitely something your clients will want to consider.

Departing on March 30, 2024, aboard the Zaandam, the 14-day Solar Eclipse Cruise gives your clients a front-row seat to the April 8 eclipse from the dock in Mazatlan, Mexico. The 22-day Solar Eclipse Cruise departs April 5, 2023, on the Koningsdam and takes them along the coast of Mexico to Cabo San Lucas and Puerto Vallarta before heading to Hawaii, so they’ll see the total eclipse from the sea.

The Volendam will take them on another fun adventure departing on Dec. 10, 2023, to Historic Baja & Sea of Cortez, where they’ll spend 12 days checking out the peninsula and all its cool ports, including La Paz, Loreto and Puerto Vallarta. Holland America Line offers other cruises to Mexico during its season, as well as Hawaii, the Pacific Northwest and California coastline, and the impressive Panama Canal.

Note: Don’t forget many of these itineraries can be extended into Collectors’ Voyages by combining itineraries and longer non-repeating trips, which can add up to 32 days of back-to-back sailings.

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