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Maasdam

Maasdam

Ship Facts

Registry:
The Netherlands
Passenger Capacity:
1,258
Crew Members:
580
Gross Tonnage:
55,575 grt
Length:
719 feet
Maximum Speed:
22 knots
Dedicated:
December 1993
Godmother:
Actress June Allyson

Latest Post

Kudos to Maasdam’s Crew

Kudos to Maasdam’s Crew

We just came back from a Caribbean Cruise on the Maasdam. We would like to thank the crew who served us so well. Our room stewards, Agung and Kadek, our room was always neat and clean and they were always helpful. Our dining room waiters, Trisna and AA, were friendly and always ready to answer…   read more of “Kudos to…”

Recent Posts

Charming Sights of Newport, Rhode Island

Charming Sights of Newport, Rhode Island

Due to the poor weather I was not able to go out on my cliff walk and mansions tours, so I wandered around town. It’s a nice town where the uber wealthy built their summer cottages along the waterfront. The town itself has some lovely old wooden homes and buildings and typical New England style…   read more of “Charming Sights of…”

Joanne Postcards from Bequia

Joanne Postcards from Bequia

This was my first trip to Bequia, an island off St. Vincent in the Grenadines. There are 32 islands in this chain and Bequia is the largest. The catamaran took us over to land at the beach for swimming and snorkeling, then stopped at Port Elizabeth, the town. Unfortunately it was Sunday and most everything…   read more of “Joanne Postcards…”

Joanne Postcards from St. Johns

Joanne Postcards from St. Johns

We took the St. John’s on Your Own shore excursion to get the ferry from the ship straight to St. John’s. We decided to take the mature trail to get to Caneel Bay beach so we got our exercise. It was a lovely day to snorkel and relax without the crowds of St. Thomas.

Postcard from Samoa

Postcard from Samoa

Enjoy this photo taken at Samoa from I Gde Suardhana, a Pinnacle Grill waiter aboard Maasdam.

Postcards from Maasdam

Postcards from Maasdam

Special thanks to HAL guest Scott Lara for sharing these photos from his recent cruise aboard Maasdam. Thanks, Scott!