By late spring 2022, HAL-Holland America Line will have its entire fleet back into service with the restart of three more vessels.
- MS Noordam is scheduled to restart on March 14th in Japan, out of Yokohama-Tokyo.
- MS Oosterdam will start on May 1st in the Mediterranean, out of.
- MS Westerdam will restart on May 8th in Alaska, out of Seattle.
Holland America is working with Japanese authorities to commence cruising for Noordam next spring in Japan with 4 cruises scheduled.
When Noordam sets sail in March 2022, the ship will offer three 14-day voyages exploring Japan. Sailing roundtrip from Yokohama-Tokyo Japan, the liner makes a number of calls around the country and with a 1- or 2-day visit on each itinerary to Russia, Taiwan, or South Korea. The 14-day trips can be combined to create 28-day Collectors’ Voyages.
Passengers eager to visit the Mediterranean in 2022 can embark on Oosterdam beginning with the ship's May 1 departure. The liner will sail the season in the region between Civitavecchia-Rome and Venice Italy, as well as between Barcelona Spain and Venice Italy, or roundtrip from Venice on 7- and 12-day itineraries.
After a transatlantic crossing in November 2022, the liner will transit the Panama Canal and then take a southerly route to offer South America & Antarctica 14-22 days sailings between Buenos Aires Argentina and San Antonio/ Valparaiso (Santiago) Chile.
When Westerdam restarts on May 8, she will embark on a season of 7-day Alaska voyages roundtrip from Seattle Washington. From September, Westerdam will cross the Pacific and start a season in the Far East offering 14-day itineraries from Yokohama (Tokyo), Singapore, and Hong Kong.