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SEATTLE — Holland America Line has unveiled its brand new Club Orange program as a way to elevate the cruise experience with everything from private dining venues to priority services.
With the program, guests can opt in to receive extra privileges that are available to a limited number of guests on each cruise. Club Orange will be included for those in Neptune and Pinnacle Suite categories, and will be available for purchase to a small number of non-suite staterooms on each sailing.
The program – named in honour of Holland America Line’s Dutch heritage – is slated to launch on Koningsdam and Nieuw Statendam in December 2018, with a rollout to the rest of the fleet in 2019.
“Club Orange allows guests to add extra premium benefits and luxury amenities to their cruise for a great value,” said Orlando Ashford, president of Holland America Line. “One of the reasons people choose Holland America Line is because of the quality of what we offer — the best food at sea, the most authentic live entertainment and our award-winning service — and Club Orange is another way for guests to enhance their cruise experience.”
Here are some highlights:
The cost of Club Orange is US$50 per person, per day, and the first and second guests in the same stateroom are both required to purchase the program. Club Orange is included for third and fourth guests in the same stateroom.
Club Orange must be purchased prior to cruise departure and is not available for purchase onboard. Once a guest has booked their cruise, they or their travel agent can add Club Orange by contacting Holland America Line Ship Inventory at 1-888-628-8107 or (206) 626-7381.