Special thanks to HAL guest James Shugart for sending us these beautiful photos, especially the one of his daughter Haley, and note from his Caribbean cruise on board Noordam. We are having a great time so far on our 10-day Southern Caribbean cruise on board the Noordam! Let me start by saying who we are,… read more of “Kudos for Noordam…”
Late morning again as we wake up to a beautiful view off the back of the ship. Today was a sea day that actually had quite a bit planned. We started with a small breakfast in the lido… mostly juices and fruit. For lunch we were able to get in under the gun and do… read more of “DBA’s Cruise…”
Thanks to HAL guests Michael and Bianca for sending in these pictures from their January cruise on Westerdam. I’m 58 years old and have had plenty of adventures. This trip was, no kidding, the best time of my life: location, learning, love. What a ship! What a staff! We shall return. – Michael
Hope you all enjoy the photos from the crew talent show held on board Veendam earlier this month.
Here are more photos from Eurodam’s St. Patrick’s Day celebration. Special thanks to Hotel Manager Mark Zeller for the photos.
We woke up in St. Maarten and made our way to the Lido for breakfast. French toast and eggs benedict were calling us along with some fresh squeezed OJ. After gearing up for a new port to explore we were off on our way. St. Maarten is an island that has a bit of a… read more of “DBA’s Cruise…”
Congratulations to Larry and Joan, the winners of Holland America Line’s Facebook contest in honor of reaching 100,000 fans! Larry’s winning photo was chosen at random from among the more than 300 entrants! He can enjoy spending his $100 on-board beverage card next time he sails. Here’s the photo that he submitted:
Guest Cherie Brooks Reilly sent us the wonderful account of her recent cruise. We hope you all enjoy reading it as much as we did! Ushuaia, Argentina, proudly claims to be the “end of the world” because it is the southernmost city in the Americas that is connected by roads. A few miles from the… read more of “To the End of the…”