Holland America Line is pleased to confirm that Broward County and the Unified Command cleared both Zaandam and Rotterdam for arrival to Port Everglades in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, to disembark guests who are fit to travel per guidelines from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). We extend our sincere gratitude to President… read more of “Zaandam and…”
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Following its inaugural Europe season in 2016, Holland America Line’s new ms Koningsdam will homeport at Port Everglades in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. The ship will kick off the Caribbean season with a four-day cruise to the Bahamas, followed by a series of diverse itineraries criss-crossing the region from fall 2016 through March 2017. The seven-day… read more of “Koningsdam to…”
Mike Faust, editor of Cruise Currents, is currently sailing on board Eurodam for a seven-night eastern Caribbean cruise and will be chronicling his trip for us. Here is his first post. Well, I am finally on board Holland America Line’s beautiful ms Eurodam, and I am already blown away by HAL! This morning began with… read more of “Cruise Diary:…”
Hello again from the Netherlands. The last few weeks we have been in Florida to catch some sun. We saw 4 HAL ships in Ft Lauderdale. Here you’ll find pictures of Noordam, Zuiderdam and Westerdam from Friday, December 3 and Eurodam from December 4.
Travel Journalist and co-creator of CruiseReport.com Chris Dikman is currently sailing on board Nieuw Amsterdam and will be sending in cruise diaries throughout the duration of his voyage. It’s a busy day in Port Everglades. There are six ships embarking/disembarking today, like every Saturday. Within just a few hours, 20,000 people will get off of… read more of “Cruise Diary:…”
Last month, Eurodam docked at Port Everglades’ Pier 26 for the last time this season. During the embarkation and disembarkation process shore-side, Holland America Line’s Ft. Lauderdale-based shore operations department, led by regional manager Sally Stirn, guided guests through the embarkation process as they arrived at the port. The shore operations department employs about 150… read more of “Meet HAL’s…”