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Holland America Line updates summer 2021 European programme

The European programme sees Eurodam continuing its season throughout October, Nieuw Statendam and Volendam's voyages cancelled and Rotterdam's season rescheduled. 

As Holland America Line co-ordinates with governments and port authorities while it begins its phased resumption of cruising, it has been forced to cancel the remainder of summer 2021 European sailings aboard Nieuw Statendam and Volendam.

The cancellations affect passengers that were due to depart from September to November, along with the Collectors' Voyages series of combined cruises associated with these departures.  

Rotterdam will remain in non-guest operations until September 26, 2021, when it will depart on its maiden voyage from Amsterdam. Plans for the ship's naming ceremony are being finalised. 

Passengers booked on a cancelled Nieuw Statendam or Volendam departure will be automatically rescheduled to a 2021 cruise aboard Eurodam in the Mediterranean, with departure dates spanning August 15 to October 30, 2021. Cruisers will also receive US$100 in on-board spending per person. 

Alternatively, guests can choose to move to the equivalent cruise in 2022 at the 2021 fare or receive Future Cruise Credit (FCC) of 110% of any cash paid, placed in the guest's loyalty account with Holland America Line. Guests booked on a cancelled Rotterdam voyage will be rebooked to the 2022 equivalent (at the 2021 fare) or can also receive 110% in FCC. 

A full refund for any cancelled voyage is also available upon request. 

www.hollandamerica.com


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