Last week Westerdam visited the port of Split, Croatia. As this was the first time the vessel was in this picturesque city, a plaque exchange ceremony with Captain Peter Harris was held to commemorate this event. Kateryna Bannikova is Westerdam’s human resources manager
Split is a picturesque small town, with a beautiful long promenade along the sea side and an amazing old city which is well preserved. The fun fact is the word “cravat” actually originated from Croats. Who would have thought!
There are no captions to go along with these photos because these beautiful pictures speak for themselves. Venice is always Venice and is always amazing!
These photos were taken while Westerdam was docked at port in Ajaccio, Corsica, the birthplace of Napoléon Bonaparte.
Enjoy a few pictures from the crew tour in Athens. Fifty employees participated in the tour and were able to see the most important sightseeing spots of the city, including the famous Acropolis.
On April 28th, 2010, the ms Westerdam culinary team — led by Culinary Operations Manager Don Habets, Executive Chef Andreas Noermayr and Dining Room Manager Sanjay Nariani — prepared a delightful tea time set up in the lower level Dining Room to welcome the ship’s 30 new hires. A delicious chocolate cake was a highlight… read more of “New Hires Enjoy…”
These photos are from our time in port at Puerto Almería, Spain.
On April 27, ms Westerdam visited Ajaccio, Corsica. The weather in port was sunny and warm. Some of the guests chose to go on a Vizzavona and Spuntinu tour and I was lucky to be an escort on this tour. This tour goes through the distant villages in the mountains of Corsica and stops in… read more of “Westerdam’s…”