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Captain’s Log: Jan. 12, Grand Turk

Captain’s Log: Jan. 12, Grand Turk

As we were leaving Grand Turk today, the Statendam was arriving. Passing their bridge upon departure, I snapped this shot! Serenades of ship whistle toots were exchanged. From left, 2nd Officer Chris Guthrie, Chief Officer Ryan Whitaker, Captain Harm-Jan Arnold Statendam docked at Grand Turk.

Captain’s Log: Jan. 6, San Juan

Captain’s Log: Jan. 6, San Juan

Aboard Eurodam Captain van Donselaar Greetings blog readers! After a long and a very enjoyable time off I have returned to the Eurodam! I took command of the ship again on Saturday morning in Port Everglades, thereby sending my colleague Jonathan on a well-deserved vacation. It was good to see the Eurodam again and so…   read more of “Captain’s…”

Bests Mark 25 Years on Eurodam

Bests Mark 25 Years on Eurodam

We sailed on the Eurodam Nov. 15-22, 2008, to celebrate our 25th wedding anniversary. We reaffirmed our wedding vows on Nov. 16. We are still enjoying the wonderful memories of the journey. Thank You, David & Peggy Best  

Captain’s Log: Dec. 25, at Sea

Captain’s Log: Dec. 25, at Sea

Aboard Eurodam We have had a lovely Christmas. Yesterday, the 24th, we were docked in a windy Philipsburg, St. Maarten. There were five big cruise ships in and it was consequently very busy. The large swell was rolling into the bay despite the headland which protects the harbour and we had put additional mooring lines…   read more of “Captain’s…”

Happy Holidays From Eurodam’s Senior Officers

Happy Holidays From Eurodam’s Senior Officers

Wishing all our readers a very Happy Holidays and a prosperous 2009. From left: Environmental Officer Hans Crijnen, Chief Engineer Frank de Vries, Chief Officer Emeil de Vries, Hotel Manager Mark Pells and Captain Jonathan Mercer.

Captain’s Log: Dec. 22, Grand Turk

Captain’s Log: Dec. 22, Grand Turk

What a wonderful morning we have had. We docked on time at 7 a.m., on a beautiful sunny day and of course, we had to, we had the kindergarten children and their teachers coming! Volunteers from all departments were in abundance, all wearing ‘Santa’ hats and they met the children at the entrance to the…   read more of “Captain’s…”