Holland America Sets Two '09 Cruises of 50 or More Days

Holland America's 793-guest Prinsendam will operate back-to-back grand voyages in 2009, both beginning and ending in Fort Lauderdale. The first, departing January 2, 2009, will be a 68-day South America and Antarctica cruise with calls at such ports as Lima, Buenos Aires and Ushuaia, Argentina, the southernmost city in the world. Then, on March 11, Prinsendam will set sail on a 50-day cruise to the Mediterranean and Black Sea, with overnight stays in Barcelona and Istanbul. Reservations are now being accepted; fares start at $13,599 for the 68-day cruise and $8,749 for the 50-day itinerary. Visit [http://www.hollandamerica.com]. (DE)

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