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Ryndam

Ryndam

Ship Facts

Registry:
The Netherlands
Passenger Capacity:
1,260
Crew Members:
580
Gross Tonnage:
55,819 grt
Length:
719 feet
Maximum Speed:
22 knots
Dedicated:
October 1994; re-launched October 2004
Godmother:
Madeleine Arison

Latest Post

Ryndam’s Kids Get Cooking

Ryndam’s Kids Get Cooking

Kids had a unique opportunity to cook with Ryndam’s Guest Chef Fabio in mid-November. Fabio from “Top Chef” was amazing with the kids, and they had a blast making cheesy pretzels.

Recent Posts

Jan & Julie’s Cruise Diary: Thanksgiving on Ryndam

Jan & Julie’s Cruise Diary: Thanksgiving on Ryndam

We were in port in Mahogany Bay on Roatan Island, Honduras, on Thanksgiving and found these cute birds on a tour. Since they were not turkeys, they had nothing to fear that day. Carnival Corp. built the new welcome center and docking faculties at Mahogany Bay.

Jan & Julie’s Cruise Diary: Not Missing Seattle’s Snow

Jan & Julie’s Cruise Diary: Not Missing Seattle’s Snow

Seven days on a Holland America Line ship is never enough, so when my daughter and I decided we wanted to cruise the Caribbean we looked for a cruise of at least 10 days, preferably 14. What we decided on was a Collector’s Voyage out of Tampa. It’s back-to-back seven-day cruises on ms Ryndam with…   read more of “Jan &…”

Accolades from HAL Cruisers

Accolades from HAL Cruisers

In March 2011 we will be joining friends we met aboard the Westerdam in 2001 to sail the Eastern Caribbean on the ms Eurodam. It is a highly anticipated cruise for all of us. My husband and I sailed on the ms Ryndam in April 2010, a 21-day Panama Canal Cruise to celebrate our 50th…   read more of “Accolades from HAL…”

Dutch Navy Seal — Ready for Action!

Dutch Navy Seal — Ready for Action!

Cadet Harm demonstrating the ships life saving equipment! Your safety is the deck department’s primary concern!! Verlie Nelson is Ryndam’s human resources manager.

Ryndam Celebrates Trafalgar Night

Ryndam Celebrates Trafalgar Night

Trafalgar Night Dinners are a long standing naval tradition. They are held every year in honor of Lord Nelson, and this tradition celebrates his victory over the French and Spanish fleets off the coast of Cadiz in 1803. Verlie Nelson is Ryndam’s human resources manager.