Our New Employee Luncheon took place on March 23rd in the Rotterdam Dining Room. Here are some pictures from the event.
Tag: Crew News
Robert “Nick” Nichols, Nieuw Jakarta’s academic director, sent us the following note and photo of the 155th class of sailor/wiper graduates. Nieuw Jakarta is HAL’s crew training center in Jakarta, Indonesia. Congratulations to our 155th class and graduates of the housekeeping/laundry attendant English and skills class held at ms Nieuw Jakarta. Participants received training on… read more of “Nieuw Jakarta…”
Here are a few photos from Eurodam’s St. Patrick’s Day crew party. Enjoy!
Human Resources Manager Tim Krabill and crew doctor Merillee (Gigi) Enero Cajes came up with the initiative Nieuw U, where crew members were invited to join a program that would last for ten weeks, during which all participants had to physically and mentally improve themselves. The program was open to all crew members and initially… read more of “The ‘Nieuw…”
There’s a lot happening in the digital workshop for crew! Once a month we’ll have a class just for crew. In our movie-making class, the crew learned how to import their own photos and make a fancy slide show with animations, transitions, music, titles, captions, credits and best of all, we learned how to burn… read more of “Let’s Get Digi…”
Congrats to Zuiderdam’s Lido/Canaletto Manager Glenn Jack Budiman! He received $100 for winning Zuiderdam’s “Biggest Loser Weight Competition!” He was one of 15 crew members who participated in the competition. Glenn lost 10.5 pounds in 30 days. He is currently working as Lido/Canaletto Manager. This is his fourth year as a manager. When he is… read more of “Meet…”
Senior Tailor, Marcelino David, has made it to the 30 year mark with HAL and by the looks of it, he’s eager to make 30 more. He is seen in this photo with Captain Andre van Schoonhoven. A very interesting bit of information-23 years ago on the ss Rotterdam, Marcelino tailored then Cadet Officer Andre… read more of “Zaandam’s Senior…”
Step back James Cameron and make way for Joseph L’Episcopo. Our very own shore excursion manager takes you on a journey of “What if?” His trio of novels — One Final Voyage, Oceanic Crossings and Atlantic Colours — take you back to Titanic and her newer fleet-mates, a time that never was but might have… read more of “A Trilogy of…”