Over the last month, Carnival’s stock market significantly deteriorated, declining from its peak of $25.00 to $20.16, resulting in a 19% loss. However, even now, in the pre-market trading session, the price is crashing by 11%. According to the official website of Carnival Corporation & plc (CCL), its subsidiary Holland America Line recently stated that in honor of the Black Friday sale, guests could book a stateroom for only one week on some 2021-23 cruises with a reduced deposit of $99. The “Have It All” package includes drinks, specialty dishes, and Wi-Fi, plus Holland America Line will include a crew assessment, costing $100 per person. The Black Friday sale will last from November 23 to November 30, 2021.
In detail, the cruise will be available to all seven continents: Alaska, the Caribbean, Northern Europe, the Mediterranean, Panama Canal, Canada/New England, Hawaii, the South Pacific, South America, Antarctica, Australia, and New Zealand, the U.S. Pacific Coast, and others. Moreover, Alaska cruise tours, which include an Alaska cruise with an overland excursion of Denali and the Yukon. Holland America Line has been exploring the world for 148 years and is the first company to start traveling in Alaska and Yukon about 75 years ago.