Aboard Eurodam While docking the ship today at pier 4 West in San Juan, Puerto Rico, I noticed that Eurodam does not have its own docking marker. Since the Zuiderdam does not call at San Juan anymore since we picked up her itinerary, our Chief Officer Bas dispatched Bosun Alex and a sailor to give… read more of “Captain’s…”
This photo was taken when Zuiderdam and Noordam were in Tortola, after a crew party for the two ships. The two girls are Shirley (right) and Andrea Korff, who was a future cruise consultant and then left the program to become a cruise director.
Aboard Eurodam SXM Airport I think the Princess Juliana Airport is one of a kind. You can sit on the beach and watch the planes land, and they land very, very close to you! Although for your own safety this is not recommended as reflected in the signs posted.
Aboard Eurodam Eurodam is calling at Philipsburg, St. Maarten, today. Crown Princess approaching the pier, one of four ships in port today. A sea of balconies — our view as Crown Princess arrives. Carnival Corp. is building a new 1,459-foot pier in St. Maarten to accommodate the next wave of mega cruise ships.
I took these pictures today to make my friends at home somewhat envious of the warm weather here. On our balcony thermometer, it reads 85 degrees F as we sailed past St. John on our way to Tortola! This week New York expects to receive a blast of cold air with a low of 8… read more of “Ah, the Caribbean…”
Aboard Eurodam Captain van Donselaar Greetings blog readers! After a long and a very enjoyable time off I have returned to the Eurodam! I took command of the ship again on Saturday morning in Port Everglades, thereby sending my colleague Jonathan on a well-deserved vacation. It was good to see the Eurodam again and so… read more of “Captain’s…”
Guests Richard and Saipai sent us some images from their recent cruise aboard Eurodam. Dear Eurodam, We had a great time with you during our Christmas Holidays! This was our first time cruising, and it turned out absolutely unforgettable! We enjoyed so many things around the ship, and at the ports of call. And every… read more of “Postcards from…”