This photo was given to me by Guest Relations Manager Iris Knubben. It was taken in Bergen, Norway on a beautiful sunny day. Brandi Johnson is Ryndam’s human resources manager.
Category: Baltic & Northern Europe
From the port of Torshavn in the Faroe Islands, you can visit the amazing Bird Cliffs. We took a boat from the village of Vestmanna to this beautiful site. This grotto was filled with so many colors and sites. It is a tour that I will never forget. Martyna Bujonek Adagio Strings Band Leader ms… read more of “Explorer’s…”
Copenhagen is a beautiful city in Denmark. There are a lot of interesting buildings and, as you can see, we visited on a perfect day. Most tourists head straight to the Little Mermaid statue, but I found that there was much more see and photograph when walking around. Nino Lagare 3rd Electrician ms Eurodam
These photos are from Amsterdam’s Russian themed-dinner. We visited Petrovavlosk and Vladivostok, Russia. Crew members wore traditional Russian attire in red, white and blue, the colors of the Russian flag. The dining room was decorated with those same colors. This was another fun evening on board and the guests and crew really enjoyed it!
Rocky mountains adorned with green foliage juxtaposed by an imposing, icy glacier. Greenland is a beautiful country and for an avid photographer, there are possibilities around every corner, mountain and glacier. Marco van Belleghem Hotel Manager ms Eurodam
When we called at Copenhagen, Denmark, I visited Dragør, an historic fishing village. The stroll through the cobblestone backstreets led me to many picturesque scenes. Kateryna Bannikova Human Resources Manager ms Rotterdam
When the Saint Petersburg Mosque in Russia opened in 1913, it was the largest mosque in Europe. It is so large that it can accommodate up to 5,000 worshippers! The dome and both minarets are covered with mosaic ceramics of a sky blue color, and the facades are decorated with sayings from Koran using the… read more of “Explorer’s…”
We set sail from Seattle on September 26, and crossed the Gulf of Alaska into the Bering Sea. Nine days later we arrived in Petropavlovsk, Russia. The views of the snow-covered mountains and active volcano made the sea voyage worthwhile.