Cruises-N-More & Holland America Line Announce “Grand World Voyage” 2021, Featuring 49 Port Calls and 20 Countries Over 128 Days

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Cruises-N-More & Holland America Line Announce “Grand World Voyage” 2021, Featuring 49 Port Calls and 20 Countries Over 128 Days

Two Americans Sailing Across the Indian Ocean Aboard the S.S. Barbarossa Organized the Circumnavigators Club

ORLANDO, Fla. (Oct. 15, 2019) – Holland America Line recently opened bookings for its 2021 Grand World Voyage aboard Amsterdam, and it is shaping up as a voyage like no other, according to the cruise experts at Cruises-N-More.

Circumnavigating the globe for 128 days, this epic world cruise makes 49 calls in more than 20 countries, visits 35 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, and features nine overnight visits and nine late departures so guests can experience more ports.

Cruising roundtrip from Fort Lauderdale, Florida, the Amsterdam departs Jan. 4, 2021, and sails deep into the heart of the Amazon River before sailing through the Panama Canal to the South Pacific, Asia, Middle East and Mediterranean before crossing the Atlantic Ocean, arriving back at Port Everglades May 13, 2021.

Highlights of the Holland America Line 2021 Grand World Voyage include an Amazon River exploration, transits of the Panama and Suez canals, and calls at several ports that are gateways to some must-see sites, including the Great Wall of China, Taj Mahal, Petra and Ephesus.

Aside from its stunning itinerary, this voyage aboard the Amsterdam features unusually favorable price points.

Inside cabins start at $22,499 (a daily rate of $176!), with Oceanview Suites starting at $23,999, and Vista Suites starting at $43,499.  The unforgettable Neptune Suite is priced at $79,999.

Early Booking Bonus for Amsterdam Full Grand World Voyage Cruisers

Guests who book the full 128-day Grand World Voyage by June 1, 2020, will receive a host of exclusive perks valued at up to $6,860 per person.

The bonus rewards for this world cruise voyage aboard the Amsterdam include:

  • pre-paid gratuities
  • luggage delivery service
  • onboard spending credit of $500 per person for select ocean-view staterooms
  • up to $2,000 for suite bookings
  • a welcome aboard bottle of sparkling wine
  • If the full Grand World Voyage is paid in full by June 1, 2020, guests also receive a 3% savings off the discounted cruise-only fare.

Select suite guests also receive:

  • a complimentary shore excursion
  • Signature Internet Package
  • initial in-suite liquor set-up
  • If the full Grand World Voyage is paid in full by June 1, 2020, guests also receive a 3% savings off the discounted cruise-only fare.

Very competitive for what any cruiser will view as the voyage of a lifetime!

Ports Of Call Fort Lauderdale (Port Everglades) | Roseau, Dominica | Castries, St. Lucia | Devils Island, French Guiana | Belem, Brazil | Recife, Brazil | Rio De Janeiro, Brazil | Punta Del Este, Uruguay | Buenos Aires, Argentina | Montevideo, Uruguay | Stanley, Falkland Islands | Ushuaia, Argentina | Punta Arenas, Chile | Amalia (Skua) Glacier, Chile | Puerto Montt, Chile | San Antonio, Santiago, Chile | Easter Island, Chile | Papeete, Tahiti, French Polynesia | Rarotonga, Cook Islands | Nuku Alofa, Tonga | Auckland, New Zealand | Waitangi (Bay Of Islands), NZ | Sydney, Australia | Townsville, Australia | Cairns, Australia | Darwin, Australia | Komodo Island, Indonesia | Benoa (Bali), Indonesia | Surabaya, Java, Indonesia | Semarang, Java, Indonesia | Singapore, Singapore | Colombo, Sri Lanka | Male, Maldives | Victoria, Seychelles | Mombasa, Kenya | Zanzibar, Tanzania | Mayotte, Comoros Isles | Nosy Be, Madagascar | Maputo, Mozambique | Richards Bay, South Africa | Durban, South Africa | Cape Town, South Africa | Luderitz, Namibia | Walvis Bay, Namibia | Jamestown, St. Helena | George Town, Ascension Island, United Kingdom | Bridgetown, Barbados | Pointe-A-Pitre, Guadeloupe | San Juan, Puerto Rico

Once you experience this world cruise you might be interested in the Circumnavigators Club. Information is as follows:

The Circumnavigators Club

To become a member of the Circumnavigators Club one must travel around the world, crossing every meridian of longitude in the same direction.

All of the Club’s worldwide members have a unique story to tell about how they circumnavigated the globe – by balloon, space ship, sailboat, cruise ship, motorcycle, bicycle, private and commercial planes and on foot. Members view travel as a way to inform themselves, to learn about social issues and to have a good bit of fun in the process.

The Club, with International Headquarters in New York City, has fourteen Chapters around the world. Members are always welcome to attend Chapter events. The Goodwill Connection of members around the world welcomes fellow Circumnavigators as they travel.

History of The Circumnavigators Club

The Circumnavigators Club is the only international organization devoted to bringing together those men and women who have gone around the world.

The Club was organized over 100 years ago by two Americans sailing across the Indian Ocean aboard the S.S. Barbarossa They discussed their good fortune to have gone around the world and decided there was a need for a club composed of those adventurous individuals who had actually experienced the crown jewel of travel.

On their return to New York, James H. Birch Jr. and John D. Morrison, together with E. H. Patterson, founded the Circumnavigators Club. They are known by Club members as “The Three Immortals.”

In 1902, global travel was arduous and expensive and few were privileged to experience it. Early members were famous, or associated with exploratory, military and diplomatic assignments. Such legendary figures as William Jennings Bryan, President William Howard Taft, John Phillip Sousa, Harry Houdini and many others.

With the advent of air travel, the world came within reach of an increasing number of travelers. Although the Circumnavigators Club roster continues to include a number of celebrities, most Club members today are successful professional people.

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