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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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‘dam Giant Screen’ Arrives on Noordam

‘dam Giant Screen’ Arrives on Noordam

Recently the Noordam received a very exciting package. It was our brand new inflatable movie screen! Dubbed the ‘dam Giant Screen’ this airblown inflatable screen will provide the backdrop for many fun evening outdoor movie nights. Recently on our call in Lisbon we tried it out on the bow. The crew were treated to a…   read more of “‘dam Giant…”

Recounting Family History Aboard Four HAL Ships

Recounting Family History Aboard Four HAL Ships

Special thanks to HAL guest James Ogden for sharing this touching story with our blog. My great grandparents were the first generation of my family to sail with Holland America Line, in the 1950’s. They sailed with HAL four times between 1954 and 1960, on transatlantic voyages, between various cities in Europe and New York….   read more of “Recounting Family…”

Explorer’s Scrapbook: Pattaya

Explorer’s Scrapbook: Pattaya

Who’s got the right of way? I imagine the elephants don’t really put much thought into that in Pattaya, Thailand. Anthony Garafolo Human Resources Manager ms Noordam

Were You on This 1992 Noordam Cruise?

Were You on This 1992 Noordam Cruise?

We received a very interesting story from some longtime HAL guests and we would all like to find out more! If you were on the 1992 Holland America Line 21-day repositioning cruise on Noordam, from New York to Vancouver BC, through the Panama Canal, do you remember this? On the night we were leaving the…   read more of “Were You on This…”

Postcards from Martinique

Postcards from Martinique

Thanks to HAL guest Murray Lundberg for sending in these beautiful pictures from Martinique on his cruise aboard Noordam. Our only regret was not booking the 21-night combination on that gorgeous ship! — Murray Lundberg