The cruise of a lifetime: Holland America’s 2014 Grand World Voyage. Imagine yourself onboard for a 113-day exploration of the world, complete with formal balls, fine cuisine, and stops in some of the most beautiful and exotic locations of the world.
Holland America’s Grand World Voyage includes all of these things, as well as a luxurious, inviting ship, with thoughtfully crafted activities and a staff trained to anticipate your every need. Travel in style and comfort on a ship with the latest amenities, all while exploring the history, heritage and culture of worldwide ports.
The voyage will also feature a visit from the esteemed Archbishop Desmond Tutu, renowned human rights advocate and Nobel Peace Prize Laureate. Known as “South Africa’s moral conscience,” Archbishop Tutu campaigns tirelessly for human rights and will be a special guest speaker on board the ms Amsterdam from Durban to Cape Town (March 28 to April 1, 2014).
This epic 113-day cruise travels round trip from Fort Lauderdale, Florida, departing on January 4, 2014. The voyage visits 38 ports across five continents, crossing the equator four times. It sails a route that deeply explores the Southern Hemisphere, allowing for stops at Easter Island, an evening at the famed Sydney Opera House, the stunning island port of Victoria, Mahe, in the Seychelles, and much, much more. (To see the full itinerary, please visit Cruises-N-More.)