Holland America Sets 2007 Caribbean Season

Holland America Line will provide travelers with 22 Caribbean itineraries from which to choose next year. It will offer 125 departures on eight ships for the Caribbean in 2007, including sailings from New York City, 12 holiday voyages and four short Bahamaian sailings. Almost half of the line's Caribbean cruises are longer than a week. In the Southern Caribbean, for example, the line will focus on longer cruises, with most ranging from one-and-a-half to two weeks. Five of its ships travel to 18 ports of call on 36 sailings. In addition, several of Holland America's itineraries include visits to Grand Turk. Most also set aside a day at Half Moon Cay, which has a variety of activities, including a stingray adventure, horseback riding, AquaTrax watercraft tour and family aqua park. Visit [www.hollandamerica.com].

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