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Holland America Line has a new 128-day cruise, and here is where it goes

Where off to next? This is possibly the trickiest question for jet setters and adventure seekers to answer, given the endless beauty, historical places and cultural gems to discover across the planet. There is no need for tough decision-making as Holland America Line has a new 2024 Grand World Voyage cruise that will take you on a westward itinerary across the globe.  

Tiffany Clace from CAA Thunder Bay says, “I’ve helped clients plan their world cruise, making sure they have everything they need – including travel insurance! We’re seeing more CAA Members who have reached retirement age choose to retire at sea so they can see the world. It’s a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.”

On the 2024 Grand World Voyage you’ll cruise for 128 days, to the tropical beaches of Trinidad and Tobago to the new world glamour of Dubai. Departing on January 3, 2024, this round-trip world expedition aboard the Zuiderdam ship will bring you back to Fort Lauderdale, Florida, on May 11.  

The journey kicks off with visits along the Caribbean before going down to South and Central America; then it crosses the Pacific Ocean toward Asia. The itinerary takes you to many points along the Asian continent, including sections of the Middle East, before cruising through the Suez Canal and on to European countries along the Mediterranean. 

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This Grand World Voyage brings you to 47 ports in 25 different countries and island nations; Trinidad and Tobago, French Guiana, Brazil, Grenada, Curacao, Costa Rica, Mexico, Hawaii (US), Guam, Northern Mariana Islands, Japan, China, Vietnam, Singapore, Sri Lanka, India, United Arab Emirates, Oman, Jordan, Israel, Turkey, Greece, Italy, Spain, and Portugal. 

You’ll be able to enjoy the sunrise on ten overnight stays in Naha, Tokyo and Kobe, Japan; Beijing, Shanghai and Hong Kong, China; Singapore; Mumbai, India; Aqaba, Jordan and Istanbul, Turkey. 

The worldwide tour includes every type of adventure, including historic temples and castles, bustling streets full of market shops, blue waters lining sandy shores, remote fishing villages and restaurants mixed throughout high-rises. Nature, history and modernism — you’ll be able to experience it all on this cruise. 

For those who can’t travel for four months worldwide, segment Grand Voyage cruises are available, ranging from 27 to 94 days in length. Circle the continent of Africa, uncover all sides of Australia and New Zealand, or explore South America before touching Antarctica on these other epic trips. 

Interested in seeing the world with Holland America Line?

Book an appointment with a CAA Travel Consultant to start planning your global cruise. 

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