Want to travel around the world – five continents and thirty eight countries – it’s possible to do it next January. For 113-days, Holland America’s 1,380-guest ms Amsterdam will circumnavigate the globe – stopping at 38 ports along five continents.
For guests who want to take part in this annual tradition but have less time on their hands, eight segments ranging in length from 20 to 86 days are available from departure ports along the route. Seven overnight calls, evening theme balls, local entertainment brought on board and a host of other highlights ensure every segment is exciting and memorable.
Following Amsterdam’s departure from Fort Lauderdale, Fla., the ship will take a westerly course from the Atlantic to the Pacific Ocean via a daylight transit of the Panama Canal. The cruise then does two full overnights at Callao, Peru; French Polynesia, ports in the South Pacific, Australia, Asia, Africa and Caribbean ports – ending in Fort Lauderdale.
If you want to do the full 113-days it’ll run you $19,999, or $176 per day.
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