Guests of Holland America Line’s Koningsdam departed the Port of San Diego today for the cruise line’s first West Coast sailing since the start of the industry-wide pause.
The Pinnacle Class vessel is the largest Holland America Line ship to be sailing from the West Coast, and Oct. 10 is the first in a series of 23 seven-day cruises to the California Coast or Mexico that run through April 3, 2022.
“We are thrilled to get back to cruising from San Diego and to supporting this wonderful city and the ports we visit along the West Coast—from Mexico to Washington,” said Gus Antorcha, president of Holland America Line, in a press statement. “Our guests are eager to be back on board and our team members look forward to reconnecting with them and providing a memorable vacation. We’re ready for a successful season of cruising.”
In addition to Koningsdam, Zuiderdam will also sail roundtrip cruises from San Diego on longer Mexico itineraries, including a grand month-long voyage to Tahiti, and Panama Canal departures. Eurodam and Nieuw Amsterdam each make one call in spring 2022.
Holland America Line Cruises from San Diego in 2021-2022:
- 23 seven-day cruise departures to Mexico or the California Coast.
- Four 9-, 10- or 14-day Mexico and Sea of Cortez cruises from December 2021 through April 2022.
- Two 14-day Panama Cruises in January 2022.
- A 35-day Hawaii, Tahiti & Marquesas voyage departing Feb. 27, 2022.
- One 5-day Pacific Coastal cruise from San Diego to Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, departing April 22, 2022.
- One 4-day Pacific Coastal cruise from San Diego to Vancouver, departing April 25, 2022.
- One 5-day Pacific Coastal cruise from San Diego to Vancouver, departing
April 26, 2022.
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