European sailings for 2022 released by Holland America Line

Holland America Line has released its 2022 European schedule, featuring itineraries ranging from seven to 35 days in northern Europe, the Mediterranean and the Atlantic.

The programme features 10 seven-night Med voyages – doubled from five in 2021 – from May to August.

The line is offering a free Signature Beverage Package, pre-paid gratuities, free Signature Dining Package and 50% reduced deposits, plus free Wi-Fi for suites for 2022 Europe cruise bookings made by February 28.

Europe cruise pricing starts at $1,499 per person, double occupancy, for a seven-day sailing. Taxes, fees and port expenses are additional.

Incoming Pinnacle-class ship Rotterdam, due to debut in August this year, will recreate the line’s historic Rotterdam-New York sailing on October 15, 2022. Prices for the 15-day 150th anniversary sailing from Rotterdam start at £1,649. Calls include Le Havre and Plymouth.

Volendam will offer Europe Voyages of Distinction sailings from April 2022, including a 14-day Holy Land & Ancient Kingdoms Explorer itinerary from Civitavecchia (Rome) including Alexandria, Egypt. Other ports of call include Katakolon and Mykonos, in Greece, and Istanbul, Turkey. Prices start from £2,709.

Nieuw Statendam will sail seven-day Mediterranean itineraries before repositioning to Copenhagen for a series of Baltic and Iceland sailings. The ship will then depart Copenhagen on July 16, 2022, for an 18-night Viking Passage voyage to Boston calling at Alesund, Norway, and three ports in Iceland.

Westerdam will sail seven and 12-day Mediterranean itineraries, with overnight stops in Venice, Piraeus (Athens), Valletta, Barcelona and Istanbul. A 12-night Mediterranean Tapestry voyage from Barcelona in June 2022 is priced from £1,969. Calls include Marseille, Monte Carlo, Naples and Dubrovnik.

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