Holland America Line enjoys best January booking week

Tuesday, 31 Jan, 2023 0

Holland America Line’s bookings for the week ending January 20 were the highest on record.

It exceeded the same week in 2019 by more than 20%.

It was fuelled by summer cruises and cruise tours to Alaska,

HAL offers more cruises to Glacier Bay than any other line.

Alaska bookings were 25% higher than in the strongest week in January 2019.

Guests are also booking cruises further into the future.

More than 25% were for voyages in 2024.

“Seeing this level of booking is a great sign for the industry,” said Gus Antorcha, HAL president.

“Travelers are clearly excited to get back to cruising.”

The “Time of Your Life” Wave offer runs through February 28, 2023, with limited-time perks such as $1 deposits.

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