Holland America Line, who has been sailing in Alaska for over 75 years, has previewed their 2023 season, with highlights including a movement towards sustainable seafood and extra offerings across land tours.

Gus Antorcha, president of Holland America Line said: “We’re excited for our 76th season to showcase all of the reasons why no one does Alaska better than Holland America Line.

“We offer more cruises to Glacier Bay than any other line, we have a robust program to immerse our guests in all things Alaska and we’re the only cruise line with owned land operations in both Denali and Yukon.”

This season will mark the first full season of every single HAL ship in Alaska exclusively serving fresh, certified sustainable, and traceable Alaskan seafood. This is following an audit last summer by Responsible Fisheries Management, which has now given HAL the first cruise line to hold these credentials.

The other exciting news to kick off the cruise line’s 76th season in Alaska, and 150th year of operation, is the return of seven and 14-day “Great Alaska Explorer” cruises, as well as the opportunity to combine 16 different cruises with overland tours of the Yukon and Denail regions.

Holland America is the only cruise line that offers an Alaskan cruise combined with an overland tour to Denali and the Yukon.

The Yukon and Denalie Cruisetours range from nine to 18 days, including either a three or four-day Inside Passage cruise on Koningsdam or a seven-day Glacier Discovery cruise on Nieuw Amsterdam or Noordam, as well as a two or three-night stay at Denali and adventure into the Yukon.

You’ll take a paddle wheeler tour along the Yukon River, as high-standing pines, historic towns, and biodiverse wildlife present themselves around you.

Every Denali tour also includes a Tundra Wilderness Tour, exhibiting the absolute best wildlife of Denali National Park.

Beyond these, there a range of other cruises in the region, and every single Alaska cruise with HAL includes a visit to one or more of Alaska’s most famous glaciers hotspots, including Glacier Bay National Park, College Fjord, Hubbard Glacier, and Twin Sawyers Glaciers of Tracy Arm.

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