HAL guest Brad Elliott shared with us these photos from his recent Caribbean cruise on board Maasdam. Thanks, Brad!
Florida-based travel writer and photographer Timothy O’Keefe is currently on board Maasdam for the ship’s 35-day Caribbean Voyage with his wife Linda, and he will be blogging about his cruise experience. To read Timothy’s previous and future posts, visit his Travels With Tim O’Keefe blog here. Yesterday afternoon we finally posted blogs covering the past… read more of “Cruise Diary:…”
Florida-based travel writer and photographer Timothy O’Keefe is currently on board Maasdam for the ship’s 35-day Caribbean Voyage with his wife Linda and will be blogging about his cruise experience. To read Timothy’s previous and future posts, click here. OK, I now understand its appeal. Virtually every Holland America Caribbean cruise out of Ft. Lauderdale… read more of “Cruise Diary: A…”
On November 8, crew from the Maasdam enjoyed a Sail and Snorkel excursion at St. John’s, Antigua. Brandi Johnson is Maasdam’s human resources manager.
Our lovely ms Maasdam versus Royal Caribbean’s giant Oasis of the Seas. It was quite a sight! Brandi Johnson is Maasdam’s human resources manager.
Maasdam’s Executive Chef Joachim Barelmann sent us this wonderful post about a visit from a retired Holland America Line executive chef: On the Oct. 22, 2010, Maasdam cruise from Ft. Lauderdale we had retired Executive Chef Max Van Bergen and his family on board. He was with our company for 28 years and retired 8… read more of “A Visit from and…”
The battle was in Halifax, Canada, during our recent port call and two great teams toughed it out during a friendly game of soccer and basketball. The Maasdam and Eurodam superstar soccer teams played to a 1-1 draw. Everyone involved had a great time!
Boston was the home port for Maasdam during this Canada/New England season. These pictures were taken on Sept. 18, during our last visit there. Quincy Market is a famous attraction site in Boston where we were able to have a real lobster meal, see a street yo-yo show and listen to native Peruvian music. Enjoy… read more of “Maasdam Postcards…”