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ms Zaandam

Ship Facts

Registry:
The Netherlands
Passenger Capacity:
1,432
Crew Members:
615
Gross Tonnage:
61,396 grt
Length:
781 feet
Maximum Speed:
23 knots
Dedicated:
May 2000
Godmother:
Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen

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Cruise Diary: Ketchikan

Cruise Diary: Ketchikan

Adventure traveler and Dutch TV personality Charlotte Van Hoorn was on board Zaandam for an Alaska cruise and will be sharing her adventure with us. All agreed, this was the complete package…On board, on shore, on the water in small craft, in the sky, in smaller aircraft and even by dogsled…this cruise was the perfect…   read more of “Cruise Diary:…”

Cruise Diary: Sailing to Alaska on Zaandam

Cruise Diary: Sailing to Alaska on Zaandam

Adventure traveler and Dutch TV personality Charlotte Van Hoorn was on board Zaandam for an Alaska cruise and will be sharing her adventure with us. With help from Christine B. of Group Special Services Dept., my chums and I enjoyed the personal touches given by the friendliest staff and officers I have met in all…   read more of “Cruise Diary:…”

Zaandam Rewards Years of Service

Zaandam Rewards Years of Service

Zaandam Captain Pieter Jan Van Maurik recently gave out Service Awards to some crew members. Congratulations to all the wonderful recipients.

Mexico Visit and Dolphin Kisses

Mexico Visit and Dolphin Kisses

Thanks to Zaandam guests Shannon and Sebastian for sending us pictures from their recent vacation, including an adorable photo from the Dolphin Encounter shore excursion. We went on the 7-Day Mexican Riviera in April and had a blast! This was our first cruise and our first time to Mexico. Attached are four photos I would…   read more of “Mexico Visit and…”

Seeing Glacier Bay for the First Time

Seeing Glacier Bay for the First Time

Here is a brief article with photos from Human Resources Clerk Ray Manutu about his first time seeing Glacier Bay, Alaska. Some crew members and I were about to have an exciting experience in Glacier Bay. It was raining and the air was freezing. The water was full of small icebergs; we saw two bald…   read more of “Seeing Glacier Bay…”