Holland America extends cancellation plan book-by date to May 31, 2022
Holland America Line's Eurodam

Holland America extends cancellation plan book-by date to May 31, 2022

SEATTLE — Holland America Line has extended the book-by date for its Flexible Cancellation Plan to May 31, 2022.

The cruise line previously expanded the eligibility to cruise departures through Sept. 30, 2022.

Under the Flexible Cancellation Plan, passengers who make a new booking by May 31, 2022, for itineraries that depart on or before Sept. 30, can cancel for any reason and receive a Future Cruise Credit in the amount of any cancellation fees that normally would be incurred. Cancellations must be made up to 30 days before departure.

“We want our guests to confidently make their summer cruise vacation plans,” said Beth Bodensteiner, Holland America Line’s Senior VP and Chief Commercial Officer. “By extending the date our guests need to book their cruise under our Worry-Free Promise, it will allow them to take advantage of some great limited-time special offers with the peace of mind that if they change their plans they can still take a cruise at a later date.”

Final payments for 2022 Europe cruise bookings made on or after March 15, 2022, will be due at 60 days instead of 75 or 90.

Holland America Line’s Cancellation Protection Program can also be purchased for new cruises or Alaska Cruisetour bookings or existing bookings as long as it is purchased before the date cancellation fees begin to accrue.

Offered as a Standard or Platinum plan, passengers can cancel for any reason up to 24 hours before cruise departure with Standard and right up to departure under Platinum and receive refunds between 80% to 90% of eligible amounts paid. The cost varies by cruise fare and is nonrefundable.