You Can Book a Holland America Cruise for $1 — but You’ll Have to Act Fast

Travel Leisure
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Holland America Line is turning 151 and is celebrating by offering $1 deposits, up to 45% off cruise fares, and more.

Holland America shared with Travel + Leisure that its celebratory discounted deposits are valid for today only and available for cruises this summer through spring 2025. As part of the promotion, travelers can also save up to 45% off cruise fares, receive up to $300 in onboard credit per stateroom , and share a room for less since third and fourth guests sail free on select voyages when they book by April 30.

In addition, travelers can take advantage of the discounted deposits to book Holland America’s “Have it All” packages, which include shore excursions, a beverage package, specialty dining, and a Wi-Fi package.

“Whether seeking the thrill of exploration in a new destination next year, building memories with loved ones over the holidays, or simply relaxing this summer on a getaway from the day-to-day, Holland America Line has made it that much easier to book your next cruise today,” Kacy Cole, the chief marketing officer for Holland America Line, told T+L.

The promotion is available on cruises throughout Holland America’s extensive network of destinations, including cruises to Alaska, Europe, Canada and New England, Australia and New Zealand, and beyond.

Sail up and down Alaska’s Inside Passage starting at just $644 per person, or spend a week traversing the Strait of Messina with stops in Malta, Greece, Italy, and Turkey starting at just $779 per person. Travelers who want a relaxing Caribbean getaway can book a 10-day journey starting at just $999 per person, featuring stops in Jamaica, Belize, Mexico, the Cayman Islands, and a day at Half Moon Cay, Holland America’s private island. Or splash out on an 11-day voyage through Turkey, Cyprus, and Greece, starting at just $939 per person.

Beyond the sale, Holland America offers the chance to save on a last-minute trip with its Standby Program, which allows guests to sign up to be on standby to cruise on eligible sailings for just $49 per person per day. Guests find out if they got on a trip a few days before the scheduled departure.