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Volendam

Volendam

Ship Facts

Registry:
The Netherlands
Passenger Capacity:
1,432
Crew Members:
615
Gross Tonnage:
61,214 grt
Length:
781 feet
Maximum Speed:
23 knots
Dedicated:
November 1999
Godmother:
Tennis Professional Chris Evert

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Volendam Crew Fundraises for Ketchikan Boy Scouts

Volendam Crew Fundraises for Ketchikan Boy Scouts

Captain Bos and the Volendam crew showed appreciation of the local boy scout troop of Ketchikan by holding a coin collection on board for a donation. Pilot Eric Collins gratefully accepted the donations made by the Volendam crew and sincerely appreciated the contribution to the local community. In an effort to build stronger relationships with…   read more of “Volendam Crew…”

Explorer’s Scrapbook: Tauranga

Explorer’s Scrapbook: Tauranga

New Zealand is a land full of bright colors. From the blue sky to the green grass, it really is striking. Alexander “Dony” Suryonugroho Night Audit Officer ms Volendam

Postcard from Hawaii

Postcard from Hawaii

Thanks to blog fan Jutta for sending in this photo of Volendam and Oosterdam at Hilo, Hawaii, April 26.

Brilliant Blue Bergs at Tracy Arm

Brilliant Blue Bergs at Tracy Arm

Special thanks to Mary Ann Tiffany for sending in this great photo of Volendam. This image was captured in 2006 from an expedition-style ship (Adventure Bound) of the Volendam in Tracy Arm. The icebergs were an amazing blue.– Mary Ann Tiffany

Bidding Farewell to Volendam

Bidding Farewell to Volendam

Special thanks to HAL guest Bryan Lomas for sending in this beautiful photo taken in Auckand, New Zealand where he bid farewell to Volendam after his March cruise.

Postcards from Down Under

Postcards from Down Under

Thanks to Volendam’s Night Audit Office Alexander “Dony” Suryonugroho for these beautiful photos from the ship’s recent calls at Australia.

Exploring the Wonders of New Zealand

Exploring the Wonders of New Zealand

Thanks to Volendam’s Night Audit Office Alexander “Dony” Suryonugroho for these beautiful photos from the ship’s recent calls at New Zealand.