The pause from traveling in 2020 has left people ready to spend
on holidays in 2022 and 2023, said Michelle Sutter, senior
director for national accounts and field sales at Holland America
We've seen a surge in bookings for suites Those of us who
haven't had, well, I guess all of us who haven't had the
opportunity to vacation this year, are looking to spend, maybe,
splurge a little more next year. I know, I've done that. And many
of you have as well, she said during the Virtually Yours forum
organized by Cruise Planners.
Sutter added that Alaska and Europe tend to be popular
destinations for the upcoming seasons. Longer voyages, including
world cruises, remain in demand, too, she said.
We have seen a surge in bookings for 2022 on the long
voyages as well. Our grand world voyages for 2022 are doing
very well. The good news is that people are ready to travel. Now
that we've had our freedom taken away from us to travel, we're
ready to book.
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