Holland America to Sail 10 Ships to the Caribbean in 2008

Holland America Line is set to operate 121 sailings in the Caribbean next year of up to 20 days in length, the line's largest Caribbean deployment to date. In total, Holland America will sail 10 ships to the region with departures from Fort Lauderdale and New York. The premium line says it's focused on providing guests longer port-intensive options. Holland America's newest ship, the 2,104-guest Eurodam will make its debut in the Caribbean when it begins operations there in the summer 2008. Visit [www.hollandamerica.com]. (DE)

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