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Oosterdam

Oosterdam

Ship Facts

Registry:
The Netherlands
Passenger Capacity:
1,916
Crew Members:
817
Gross Tonnage:
82,305 grt
Length:
936 feet
Maximum Speed:
24 knots
Dedicated:
July 2003
Godmother:
HRH Princess Margriet of the Netherlands

Latest Post

Sail Away from Sydney Harbour

Sail Away from Sydney Harbour

Thanks to Oosterdam’s Photo and Video Manager Ciaran McGinn for taking these breathtaking shots of Oosterdam’s sailaway from

Recent Posts

Oosterdam Arrives at Hobart, Tasmania

Oosterdam Arrives at Hobart, Tasmania

Thanks to Mariner Peter Tracey for sending in this post and great photos from the ship’s call Oct. 26. Here are some great photos of Oosterdam’s first arrival into the Derwent Estuary and the port of Hobart.

Oosterdam Completes Maiden Australia and New Zealand Voyage

Oosterdam Completes Maiden Australia and New Zealand Voyage

Oosterdam’s maiden voyage to the Australia/New Zealand region ended today with the ship docking at Sydney, Australia, where the journey began. Since each port of call during the 14-night cruise was a first, Oosterdam held a customary plaque exchange ceremony at each visit. Here are photos from each exchange: Hobart, Tasmania

Oosteram’s Crossing the Equator Ceremony

Oosteram’s Crossing the Equator Ceremony

Oosterdam crossed the equator last week and held the celebratory ceremony complete with King Neptune and Pollywogs. Here are some pictures from the festive (and sometimes messy) event:

Oosterdam’s Maiden Visit at Auckland

Oosterdam’s Maiden Visit at Auckland

Thanks to HAL guest Bryan Lomas for sending in this photo and post of Oosterdam in Auckland. Here is a photo of Oosterdam’s maiden visit to Auckland on Nov. 3, 2012. It was a patchy day for guests, with very little sun, clouds and light rain. — Bryan Lomas

It’s Basketball Season on Oosterdam

It’s Basketball Season on Oosterdam

Oosterdam‘s 2012 basketball competitions are underway! Here’s a picture of some of the players on the ship’s court. Joe Reina is Oosterdam’s human resources manager.

Introducing the DAM Quit Program

Introducing the DAM Quit Program

The DAM Quit program is focused on maximizing crew buddy support. It uses new technology such as laser acupuncture, as well as traditional smoking cessation aids, like the nicotine patch and lozenges, to curb the urge to smoke cigarettes. Custom tools were developed to assess the progress of each participant and to create a system…   read more of “Introducing the DAM…”