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Holland America Line offers all-inclusive option

In St Thomas with my wife of 37 years, Marty!

I’ve really fallen in love with all-inclusive land resorts over the last two years, so it’s no surprise to me that Holland America Line is now offering a so-called “all-inclusive” option.

I’m glad that I’ve earned the 3-star Holland America Line Mariner pin for sailing over 150 days on my favorite cruise line! I’ve enjoyed Holland America because of the 5-star service, amazing food, larger than average cabins, and great itineraries!

CruiseFever.net is reporting: “Holland America Line’s new “Have It All” package is available on all six night and longer cruises with an exception for Grand Voyages.  The package is valued at $99 per day, per guests and offer a savings of over 50% if the amenities were purchased separately.

The new “Have It All” packages open for bookings on April 21, 2021 and include the following on cruises six days and longer:

  • One shore excursion up to $100 value or $100 off any one tour for all guests in a stateroom. Choose from among thousands of tours all over the world – from active ziplining adventures to immersive, historical explorations.
  • Signature Beverage Package for all guests in a stateroom. Enjoy a large selection of wine, beer, spirits, cocktails, soda, coffee and more. Up to 15 drinks per day allowed, and bar service charges are included.
  • One night award-winning specialty dining for all guests in a stateroom. Pinnacle Grill is the ultimate steakhouse at sea, while Tamarind showcases the traditions of Southeast Asia, China and Japan with sensuous flavors and dishes. Canaletto is a relaxed venue that serves authentic Italian cuisine. Ships with Tamarind receive one night at Tamarind or Pinnacle Grill. Ships without Tamarind receive one night at Pinnacle Grill or Canaletto.
    A Wi-Fi package for the first and second guests in a stateroom.”

I know that some accountant at HAL headquarters has run the numbers on this new endeavor, but I’m guessing if lots of people sign up, there could be big problems at the specialty restaurants! I’m wishing Holland America all the best on this “all-inclusive” option!

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About Scott Lara

Navy Veteran, Travel Agent, love to cruise!

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