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The World Ocean & Cruise Liner Society

Founder in 1980 by George Devol, The World Ocean & Cruise Liner Society and its monthly newsletter "Ocean & Cruise News" has been reporting on the past, present and future of the cruise industry. Now in our 39th consecutive year, WOCLS is proud to remain the most prestigious cruise organization in the world.

Ship of the Year Award

 Seabourn Encore 2019 "Ship of the Year"

Best Cruise Value Award

2018 Best Cruise Value Award Winner

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Ocean & Cruise News

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Holland America Coupons

Decades ago WOCLS Members fell in love with the ships of Holland America Line and the cruise experience they provided. For 2020 Holland America has once again provided our members, and their guests, a special onboard credit coupon. If you are planning a voyage for 2020, why not consider a cruise aboard one of the many fabulous Holland America ships?

Email us today at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to receive your shipboard credit coupons. These must be mailed to Holland America Line's offices prior to your voyage so they may apply the credit to your onboard account. Please see the terms and conditions on the reverse side of the coupon.

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Ben Lyons - Writer Bio

 Ben Lyons is a 34-year-old graduate of the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy. Fascinated by ships since he was 5, he has been on more than 55 cruises, ranging from clipper ships in Thailand to Mississippi riverboats and Caribbean megaships. He became the first American officer ever in Cunard Line's history when he joined Queen Mary 2, which he left after 5 years as the liner's Chief Officer. As Chief Officer and Captain onboard Lindblad Expedition’s National Geographic Explorer, he has sailed in some of the most remote waters in the world, including Antarctica and the ArcticLyons also holds an MBA from Columbia Business School.
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