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Rotterdam

Rotterdam

Ship Facts

Registry:
The Netherlands
Passenger Capacity:
2,668
Crew Members:
1,025
Gross Tonnage:
99,800 grt
Length:
974 feet
Maximum Speed:
22 knots
Dedicated:
July 2021
Godmother:
To Be Announced

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Postcards From Petra

Postcards From Petra

These are a few shots of Petra in Jordan, one of the must-see places in the world.

Celebrating Special Moments with HAL, Part 1

Celebrating Special Moments with HAL, Part 1

Our Facebook fans sent us photos of their on-board celebrations. We received some great images! Thanks for sharing your special moments with us. Jim and I celebrated our joint retirement on board the ms Statendam in November/December 2012 by cruising through the Panama Canal and then off to the Hawaiian and French Polynesian Islands. A…   read more of “Celebrating Special…”

Rotterdam Honors Long Service Award Recipients

Rotterdam Honors Long Service Award Recipients

Long Service Awards are dedicated to officers and crew that have been employed with Holland America Line for an extended number of years. On February 28th, Rotterdam’s management took a moment to recognize 13 individuals for their contribution and service to the company. Here are some photos from the ceremony.

Photo Diary: Exploring More of Indonesia

Photo Diary: Exploring More of Indonesia

Blog contributor and HAL Mariner Fred Claessen currently is on board Rotterdam’s “A Passage to the Far East” cruise and will be sending in posts from this extended voyage. Probolinggo Indonesia:

Pinnacle Grill’s Culinary Team Create New Generation Dinner

Pinnacle Grill’s Culinary Team Create New Generation Dinner

The young guns of our culinary department — Assistant Dining Room Manager Jan, Tournant Mathijs and Chef de Parti Bram — created a special evening in Rotterdam‘s Pinnacle Grill restaurant showing their finesse and ingenuity. After deliberation amongst themselves they concocted a truly enchanting menu. They have woven the heritages of both the Netherlands and…   read more of “Pinnacle…”