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Photo Diary: Malaga, Spain

Photo Diary: Malaga, Spain

Blog contributor and HAL Mariner Fred Claessen currently is on board Rotterdam‘s “A Passage to the Far East” cruise and will be sending in posts from this extended voyage. Rotterdam at the cruise terminal in Malaga, Spain, with an NCL ship.

Photo Diary: Nice Weather

Photo Diary: Nice Weather

Blog contributor and HAL Mariner Fred Claessen currently is on board Rotterdam‘s “A Passage to the Far East” cruise and will be sending in posts from this extended voyage. While we were passing the Rock of Gibraltar, we had very nice weather.

Rotterdam Heads to the Far East

Rotterdam Heads to the Far East

Last week, I watched Rotterdam leave Rotterdam on a three-month long cruise to Indonesia. Here are some pictures I was able to take of its departure.

Photo Diary: Lisbon, Portugal

Photo Diary: Lisbon, Portugal

Blog contributor and HAL Mariner Fred Claessen currently is on board Rotterdam‘s “A Passage to the Far East” cruise and will be sending in posts from this extended voyage. Here are some photos from Lisbon, Portugal.

Rotterdam’s Gingerbread Christmas Village

Rotterdam’s Gingerbread Christmas Village

Greetings from ms Rotterdam in Rotterdam. Our pastry chef Alex and his pastry team did an amazing job creating this beautiful gingerbread village for the holidays. Enjoy! Martijn van Winden Pinnacle Grill Manager ms Rotterdam

Video: Sailing Aboard Rotterdam In the Med

Special thanks to HAL guest Hans Klomp for sharing with us this video from his Rotterdam cruise to the Canary Islands in October 2012.

More Photos of Rotterdam’s Drydock Upgrades

More Photos of Rotterdam’s Drydock Upgrades

Thanks to Martijn van Winden, Rotterdam‘s Pinnacle Grill manager, for keeping us updated on Rotterdam’s renovations and sending in more photos of process and outcome. Most of the ship’s carpet was replaced, the swimming-pool area receive a new anti-slip floor, the atrium clock was placed under spotlights and, of course, a lot of maintenance was…   read more of “More Photos of…”