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Indonesian Officials Visits Oosterdam

Indonesian Officials Visits Oosterdam

On May 20th in Seattle, Washington, the Indonesian consul general and staff, accompanied by planning manager Fauzi Daud and traveling human resources manager Sheldon James, boarded the ms Oosterdam. After enjoying a tasty lunch in the Pinnacle Grill, they met with Indonesian chairman Steven Pesiwarissa, Indonesian unit reps from each department, and various Indonesian officers….   read more of “Indonesian…”

Cruise Diary: Touring Ketchikan, Alaska

Cruise Diary: Touring Ketchikan, Alaska

Journalist Pat Woods sailed on Oosterdam’s seven-day Alaska Explorer cruise and chronicled her journey for us. The southernmost town of the Inside Passage, Ketchikan, is neatly laid out on a narrow strip at the base of the 3,100-foot Deer Mountain. The first inhabitants were Tlingit tribes who established a fishing camp on Ketchikan Creek. Their…   read more of “Cruise Diary:…”

Cruise Diary: Dining at the Pinnacle Grill and Le Cirque

Cruise Diary: Dining at the Pinnacle Grill and Le Cirque

Journalist Pat Woods is currently on Oosterdam’s seven-day Alaska Explorer cruise and will be chronicling her journey for us. Pinnacle Grill Having dinner at the Pinnacle Grill on Oosterdam is tableside food theater at its finest. Servers lace lobster bisque with aged cognac, flambé entrees and desserts such as Baked Alaska. Creative chefs go beyond…   read more of “Cruise Diary:…”

Cruise Diary: Mt. Roberts Tramway and Glacier Gardens

Cruise Diary: Mt. Roberts Tramway and Glacier Gardens

Journalist Pat Woods is currently on Oosterdam’s seven-day Alaska Explorer cruise and will be chronicling her journey for us. Alaska’s capital city has a friendly, small-town feel. Cruise ships dock downtown enabling passengers to walk to shops, the library (popular place for email), the Red Dog Saloon and the Mt. Roberts Tramway. Photo ops abound,…   read more of “Cruise Diary: Mt….”