Holland America Line celebrates 15th anniversary of Half Moon Cay

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Holland America Line is celebrating the 15th anniversary of Half Moon Cay, its 1,700-acre private escape on Little San Salvador Island in the Bahamas.

To commemorate the occasion, the cruise line upgraded several of private island’s offerings and features including the addition of five new colorful two-story Beach Villas, and a new 290-guest glass-bottom boat.

Beach cabanas were also “refreshed” and the island’s private chapel - Bahamian Church – was repainted and new pews and artwork were added. 

 “Our guests already rate Half Moon Cay as their favorite Caribbean port call, and these new enhancements will make the island even more enjoyable,” said Richard Meadows, Holland America executive vice president, marketing, sales and guest programs, in a statement.

Several of Holland America cruises to the Caribbean stop at Half Moon Cay, including ships departing Port Everglades, such as ms Eurodam.

The cruise line’s Sail & Save promotion is currently offering 50 percent savings and fares for ms Eurodam’s March 16 sailing start at $499 plus taxes per person double occupancy.

For more details or to book a cruise, click here.

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