Holland America Sail & Save Program Now Underway

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Comments   |   Carmel Travel Company, Cruises

To get ready for the 2013 sailing season, Holland America Line is launching one of its most popular annual promotions.

The Sail & Save sale begins Dec. 10 and features special savings on multiple cruises and destinations.

Guests who book Sail & Save promotions can take advantage of savings of up to 50 percent off select cruise fares, free or reduced third and fourth fares on select voyages and a free hotel stay on select Canada/New England and Alaska cruises and CruiseTour departures.

HAL’s ms Oosterdam

“Our Sail & Save promotions make this is the perfect time to start planning a 2013 vacation,” said Richard Meadows, executive vice president, marketing, sales and guest programs. “These offers make it possible for more travelers to take a family cruise, an extended holiday or that once-in-a-lifetime trip at a good value.”

Cruise destinations featured in the Sail & Save sale include Alaska cruises and CruiseTours, Asia, Australia/New Zealand, Canada/New England, Caribbean, Europe, Grand Voyages, Hawaii/Tahiti, Mexico, Panama Canal and South America itineraries.

With savings up to 50 percent off select cruise fares, the Sail & Save promotion makes cruising an affordable vacation option for a larger traveling audience, especially for multi-generational family groups.

Guests looking for a family-friendly vacation can book a seven-day cruise to Alaska, the Caribbean or Canada/New England under the free or reduced third and fourth fares promotion. These idyllic regions offer exciting experiences for the whole family with a variety of shore excursion adventures and cultural encounters.

Travelers looking for an extended vacation beyond their Holland America Line cruise can take advantage of the free hotel stay on Canada/New England and Alaska and Alaska CruiseTour itineraries. By adding extra days on land, travelers will have more time to explore these regions known for history and wilderness.

Source:  Holland America