Holland America Line Adds More Oprah Programming

by Kelly Harold


On July 15, Oprah Winfrey will take center stage – though not actually in person – aboard Holland America Line’s Eurodam in Alaska.

The Share the Adventure Cruise will feature a Q&A session with Oprah as well as the O, The Oprah Magazine's creative director Adam Glassman.

Glassman will present a “Love That!” fashion show, sponsored by Chico’s, as well as suggestions on how to look and feel your best and pack efficiently for travel.

Featured clothing will be available for purchase at an O Shop, and jewelry brand Roberto Coin will have a trunk show on the ship.

There will be two “Conversation with Oprah” presentations; guests must make reservations to attend.

Additionally, O, The Oprah Magazine editor at large Gayle King and editor in chief Lucy Kaylin will host “The Making of O,” revealing a glimpse at the magazine’s publication process.

Additional presentations will be given by Oprah Magazine books editor Leigh Haber, New York Times bestselling author Elizabeth Strout, and author and founder of Impatient Lastly Elettra Wiedemann.

The seven-day Alaskan Share the Adventure cruise sails on July 15, 2017.

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