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Eurodam Donates to Qaqortoq’s Red Cross

Eurodam Donates to Qaqortoq’s Red Cross

The Eurodam made a helpful donation to the Red Cross during our call in Qaqortoq, Greenland. We were able to donate 10 boxes full of clothing, and around 8 boxes of drinking glasses. These items were collected from and by the crew members on board the Eurodam, showing their charitable and willing good spirit. With…   read more of “Eurodam Donates to…”

Biking in Bermuda

Biking in Bermuda

I finally went on an active shore excursion, the Railway Trail Boat, Bike and Beach tour. We started out on a boat ride of about 20 minutes from the pier in Hamilton, Bermuda, to a more remote part of the island. We landed at the beach where the 9 Beaches Resort once operated. It is…   read more of “Biking in…”

Prinsendam Postcards from Europe

Prinsendam Postcards from Europe

At the moment we are sailing the northern seas of Europe, around Great Britain. Here are photos from the previous cruise as well.

Noordam Visits La Goulette, Tunisia

Noordam Visits La Goulette, Tunisia

September 5 was a beautiful, sunny day in La Goulette, Tunisia, for Noordam’s guest and crew. Here are photos from our time in port.

Alaska’s Governor and First Lady Visit Amsterdam

Alaska’s Governor and First Lady Visit Amsterdam

Each time the Amsterdam called at Anchorage, the ship conducted environmental tours during the day, and special guests were invited to dinner on board during the evening. On one visit, the Amsterdam was the venue for a reception that included the Alaska Governor and Alaska First Lady. Attached is a photo with candidate for the…   read more of “Alaska’s…”

Goodbye Hurricane Earl!

Goodbye Hurricane Earl!

On September 5 we organized a “Goodbye Earl” party on the Lido Deck mid-ship. Because of Hurricane Earl several changes were made to ensure the safety of everyone on board. The Captain and deck department did an extraordinary job maneuvering the ship to safe waters at all times and they made sure that we were…   read more of “Goodbye Hurricane…”