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Noordam

Noordam

Ship Facts

Registry:
The Netherlands
Passenger Capacity:
1,924
Crew Members:
800
Gross Tonnage:
82,318 grt
Length:
936 feet
Maximum Speed:
24 knots
Dedicated:
February 2006
Godmother:
Actress Marlee Matlin

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Recent Posts

Cruise Diary: Favorites of a 3-Star Mariner

Cruise Diary: Favorites of a 3-Star Mariner

Dutch TV host and adventure seeker Charlotte van Hoorn is on board Noordam for a Caribbean cruise and she’ll be sending in posts during her voyage. Favorite Excursion: Aqua Trax Adventure – Half Moon Cay How great is this? Castaway on HAL’s private island with nothing but the burden of deciding – swimming on horseback…   read more of “Cruise Diary:…”

Noordam Lovebirds Tie the Knot in St. Thomas

Noordam Lovebirds Tie the Knot in St. Thomas

Congrats to Marcelino Machado Oliveira and Paola Claudia Crespo, junior housekeepers on Noordam, for their recent exchange of vows. They were married on Jan. 4, 2013, on the beautiful island of St. Thomas. We wish them all the best! P. L. Kaham is Noordam’s human resources manager.

140 Years Young: Fincantieri Hands Over Noordam

140 Years Young: Fincantieri Hands Over Noordam

January 31, 2006: The 81,769-ton, 1,918-passenger ms Noordam, the fourth ship to bear the name in the line’s history, is officially handed over from Fincantieri Shipyard in Marghera, Italy, to Holland America Line. The ship was christened Feb. 22, 2006, in New York City, by actress Marlee Matlin. Photo by blog fan Bert Lamers.

A Stunning Sunset in Grand Turk

A Stunning Sunset in Grand Turk

Thanks to HAL guest Frans Dijkman for sending in this post and gorgeous photo taken in Grand Turk while on a cruise with Noordam. This beautiful photo was taken in Grand Turk before leaving to Samana, Dominican Republic. It really was worthwhile to leave a cold and wet Europe. — Frans Dijkman

Noordam Docked at Dubrovnik

Noordam Docked at Dubrovnik

Thanks to HAL guest Dave McKay for sending in this beautiful photo. Here is a great shot of Noordam anchored at Dubrovnik, Croatia on a beautiful day. — Dave McKay