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Grand Voyages Port Planner

On a trip of a few days or a week, a cruise is a chance to leave everyday cares on dry land as you set sail. Days of exploring new ports and evenings of fine dining and entertainment on board your ship will appeal to everyone. Holland America Line’s Grand Voyages, however, offer an alternative for…

On a trip of a few days or a week, a cruise is a chance to leave everyday cares on dry land as you set sail. Days of exploring new ports and evenings of fine dining and entertainment on board your ship will appeal to everyone. Holland America Line’s Grand Voyages, however, offer an alternative for those travelers who want to immerse themselves even further in life at sea.Whether you opt for the longest Grand Voyage—a 111-day circumnavigation of the globe—or a shorter regional itinerary, you’ll have time to settle into a new routine as your ship becomes your home. You’ll also have opportunities to truly delve into regions of the world in greater depth as you call on a series of ports. The Grand South America Voyage, for example, includes the tropical boomtown of Manaus in the Amazon Basin as well as the glaciers of Patagonia at the other end of the continent. The Grand Mediterranean Voyage covers the entire length of the famed body of water, from the Moorish wonders of Spain to the ancient Greek and Roman cities on the Turkish coast—in all, you’ll set foot in 13 different countries.  The destinations you visit on a Grand Voyage will come alive with a fascinating richness not always possible on shorter cruises. Complementing all of these longer itineraries are knowledgeable speakers and shore excursion leaders—not to mention fellow travelers who are as eager as you to see the world.

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