Sunday, May 31, 2009
Holland America 2010 Mexico Cruises
The excitement of the Mexican Riviera and wildlife-rich Sea of Cortez await you on a Holland America Line Mexico cruise vacation. Revel in the pulsing energy of Puerto Vallarta, Mazatlan and Acapulco, and then relax in the quiet beauty of the Sea of Cortez with unique, off the beaten path destinations like La Paz, Loreto, and the Copper Canyon. Throughout Mexico discover historic sites, shop for local treasures, and enjoy all manner of beach and water activities. Perfect for family vacations, our award-winning shore excursions and onboard amenities allow every guest to experience a tailor-made Mexican cruise fiesta.
Holland America Line offers a variety of Mexico cruise itineraries from 7 to 14-days, all beginning and ending in downtown San Diego where the pier is conveniently located just minutes from the airport on beautiful San Diego Bay. Begin and end your cruise sailing past Coronado Island, Cabrillo National Monument and Point Loma.
Holland America Line will have two ships in the Mexican Riviera for the 2010 sailing season: Oosterdam and Zaandam. The sailing season goes from January 2nd with Oosterdam sailing a 7-day round-trip from San Diego and ends with a 14-day repositioning cruise from San Diego to Vancouver again aboard Oosterdam.
More information about Oosterdam Itineraries
More information about Zaandam Itineraries
Whether this is your first trip to the Mexican Riviera or a return trip, you will truly enjoy the color and scenery of this part of the world. We have been there several times, and keep returning there. Experience it in style on one of Holland America's ships.