The Pacific Coast
6 Days of Luxury on Holland America
7 Days | Sept 29 - October 6, 2019 (SOLD OUT)
Starting At $1279.00
This is awesome! From Vancouver framed by it’s Grand Mountains, you sail along the coast of Washington & Oregon. Spend one day in San Francisco and explore the Wine Country or Redwoods, and another day in swank & scenic Santa Barbara. This itinerary begs you to add another day on each end and really get to know Vancouver and San Diego.
|One Night Pre Cruise Lodging in Vancouver
One Hotel Breakfast
6 Day Cruise Aboard the Oosterdam
Ports of Call Include:
|Port Charges & Taxes
1 Free for 13 Tour Conductor (Double Occupancy)Pre & Post Cruise Options available
Starting Per Person Prices:
Interior: $1279 per person, double $1939 Single
Oceanview: $1409 per person, double $2179 Single
Verandah: $1729 per person, double $2999 Single
NOTE: The September 29 date is currently SOLD OUT. Please contact your U S Tours Salesperson for info on our September 23 departure!
Other Sail Dates:
Sept 23-30, 2019 aboard the Amsterdam with a slightly different itinerary. Call U S Tours for pricing.
September 29 – Arrive Vancouver, B.C.
Today arrive into Vancouver, B.C. and transfer to your hotel for an overnight stay. The rest of the evening is on your own.
September 30 – Vancouver/Board the Oosterdam
This morning after breakfast and hotel check out, transfer over to Vancouver Place Cruise Terminal and board the Oosterdam. Holland America Line’s first Vista-class cruise ship, Oosterdam recently emerged from dry dock with exciting updates—including a new lounge, dining and entertainment venues, such as Music Walk™, with Lincoln Center Stage, B.B. King’s Blues Club and Billboard Onboard. Guests can choose from among delectable specialty restaurants, hone culinary skills with America’s Test Kitchen and thrill to BBC Earth Experiences. The ship will set sail this afternoon.
October 1 – Astoria, Oregon
Scenic Astoria, Oregon, is awash in history and raffish port town charm. For a city of just 10,000 people, there’s much to do. Climb its famous column to see a vast panorama of water and woods. Pub-crawl the waterfront Riverwalk with the help, in season, of an old-fashioned trolley. Feast on fresh seafood. Or take a short trek to Fort Clatsop, named for the local tribe, where Lewis and Clark hunkered down in the cold, rainy winter of 1805. Six years later, John Jacob Astor’s Pacific Fur Company started the first permanent U.S. settlement on the west coast. Today Astoria’s fine restaurants, brewpubs, trendy hotels and quirky shops—along with its impressive views and nearby Pacific beaches—make it a great place for a relaxed visit.
October 2 – Day At Sea
Today enjoy the panoramic views as you sail the Pacific Coastline from Oregon down to Northern California.
October 3 – San Francisco, California
San Francisco, California, has long been America’s shining city by the sea: a beacon on the West Coast that boomed during the gold rush of 1849 and, for much of the 20th century, embodied the sunny California dream. It has always been a city of dreamers, a place that appeals both to the country’s counterculture and also, ironically, to those looking to strike it rich. The Summer of Love unfolded here in 1967, while today it is the epicenter of the Internet economy, enjoying yet another period of expansion. One thing has remained constant throughout its colorful history—the city’s enviable location at the tip of a peninsula separating San Francisco Bay from the Pacific Ocean. Around every corner and from every hilltop, views of the water and the city’s bridges wait to be photographed.
San Francisco’s appeal has also owed much to its role as one of the Pacific Rim’s major metropolises.. Finally, if you want to venture beyond San Francisco, some of California’s most celebrated attractions are nearby, from the soaring redwoods of Muir Woods to the infamous Alcatraz Island in the middle of the bay.
October 4 – At Sea
Today is another day to enjoy the Pacific Coastline of California.
October 5 – Santa Barbara, California
Santa Barbara is filled with its gorgeous buildings erected by the city’s early Spanish settlers, as well as later mission revival architecture. And, of course, it occupies a prime spot along the famous oceanfront Highway 101, with a backdrop of the Santa Ynez Mountains and a long stretch of beach with the undeveloped Channel Islands offshore. For a modest-size city, Santa Barbara offers some seriously upscale shopping, while restaurants range from trendy taquerías to establishments serving fine French fare. And the fine wine flows through the city, as downtown now hosts a slew of not just wine shops but full-on wineries. Whether you are interested in high culture or viticulture, white-sand beaches or white-tablecloth restaurants, this is one of those destinations that truly has something for everyone.
October 6 – San Diego, California
This morning arrive in sunny San Diego. Upon disembarkation, opt for a post cruise stay or start your journey home.