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Snapshots from a Sunfarer Voyage

Snapshots from a Sunfarer Voyage

Big thanks to HAL guest Bryan for these gorgeous photographs. Bryan took Zuiderdam’s Panama Canal Sunfarer Voyage and got some amazing shots he wanted to share with us. Thanks again, Bryan!

A Memorable Trip on Eurodam

A Memorable Trip on Eurodam

Thanks to HAL guest Patricia Simón for sending in these great photos from her cruise with Eurodam to St. Thomas, Puerto Rico, Half Moon Cay and Grand Turk.

Enjoying the Little Things

Enjoying the Little Things

Thanks to Sara Morrison, HAL’s Coordinator of Onboard Sales, for sharing this post from her Zuiderdam cruise. I have found that the key to a great vacation is slowing down and taking the time to enjoy the little things. Simple things like palm trees swaying in the Aruba breeze; birds soaring in Bonaire on an…   read more of “Enjoying the Little…”

Postcards from Maasdam

Postcards from Maasdam

Special thanks to HAL guest Scott Lara for sharing these photos from his recent cruise aboard Maasdam. Thanks, Scott!

Postcards from Half Moon Cay and Grand Turk

Postcards from Half Moon Cay and Grand Turk

Thanks to HAL guest Léon van Hulst for sending in these pictures from his Caribbean cruise on Noordam. Westerdam and Noordam at Half Moon Cay on Feb. 4.: I took these pictures of the stingrays while snorkeling at Half Moon Cay on Feb. 4.:

Maasdam at Scenic Half Moon Cay

Maasdam at Scenic Half Moon Cay

Here are some pictures I was able to get of Maasdam at Half Moon Cay on March 11. Enjoy! Aad Hoogesteger is a cruise ship aficionado and regular contributor to the Holland America Blog.

Capturing the Beauty of Half Moon Cay

Capturing the Beauty of Half Moon Cay

Our private island consistently is voted the best private island among the cruise lines. Most of us, myself included, are so enamored with the water we forget there are lots of other things to look at. This stop I took the trail and photographed the different shapes and colors of the island. Next time I…   read more of “Capturing the…”