By clicking on the above, a new window will open giving you access to a more detailed port by port and world map of the locations of our journey.
Navigation through the itinerary can be accomplished two ways;
1. Scroll down the panel on the left and click on a destination that interests you – that will open a second panel with more information about that location. Click on the “X” in the upper right of that panel to close it.
2. By clicking a orange circle with a star in the right panel will open a panel containing the same information as above, it just eliminates the need to scroll.
Or if that does not work for you here are some map itineraries provided by Holland America:
Our cruise is sold in several segments and the above is the first segment on our booking.
This is our second segment, (the Asia/Orient part) which will conclude in Singapore, where we will disembark and fly home.
Part of this segment is available to those cruisers who don’t want to go all the way to Singapore.
There is , however as segment that boards in Perth and concludes in Singapore
This process seems to be the way HAL operates these days in leu of offering a 56 day “Grand Voyage”. Our experience on past “Grand Voyage” offerings is there are more “perks/pillow gifts included. Gifts are nice, except they have to be hauled home, we booked this cruise for the itinerary and the fun of “being at sea”.
We expect that with these segmented bookings we will get new table mates periodically, since we prefer fixed early dining.
Next: What is the new HAL program entitled “EXC In-Depth Voyages”?