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Massport and Holland America Line Announce Winner of Wave Season Campaign Sweepstakes

Massport and Holland America Line Announce Winner of Wave Season Campaign Sweepstakes

Winner awarded free trip for two aboard Zaandam cruise ship

BOSTON – The Massachusetts Port Authority (Massport) today in partnership with Holland America Line announced the winner of Flynn Cruiseport Boston’s 2023 Wave Season Campaign Canada New England Sweepstakes. Brockton resident Kelli Sullivan was awarded a stateroom for two aboard Holland America’s Zaandam sailing to Canada New England during the 2023 Fall Season.

“Congratulations to Kelli on being the winner of our 2023 Wave Season Campaign Canada New England Sweepstakes,” said Port Director Joseph Morris. “This is an excellent opportunity to experience Holland America’s Zaandam ship and explore the culture, food and architecture throughout Canada and New England.”

Holland America Line has been a Flynn Cruiseport Boston homeport partner since 1999 with sailings throughout Canada New England as well as roundtrip transatlantic voyages including the annual 35-day Voyage of the Vikings. Holland America Line will offer two sailings from Boston to the Caribbean in October and November 2024 aboard the Zuiderdam.

“Canada, Iceland, Greenland, Norway, and the Caribbean are among the most popular destinations with our guests right now, and thanks to our partnership with Massport, you can visit them all roundtrip from Boston,” said Beth Bodensteiner, chief commercial officer, Holland America Line. “For Massachusetts residents like Kelli, it means you can see the world from your doorstep.”

Flynn Cruiseport Boston is welcoming over 25 cruise lines from March to November of this year, sailing to Bermuda, Canada/New England coastline, and multiple repositioning cruises to Europe, the Panama Canal, and the Caribbean. Flynn Cruiseport Boston contributes to the City of Boston and the Commonwealth’s tourism economy with an annual economic impact of $135 million, supporting 2,200 jobs.