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Sailaway From the Port of Rotterdam

Sailaway From the Port of Rotterdam

The Port of Rotterdam is one of our favorites. Perhaps it’s because it’s in the homeland of our founding, or perhaps it’s because we just love that it’s the homeport of ms Rotterdam. How many ships can say they are based out of their namesake? We have a lasting relationship with the Port of Rotterdam….   read more of “Sailaway From the…”

Rotterdam Cruises to Spain

Rotterdam Cruises to Spain

Thanks to HAL guest Jan en Ria Ladenius for sending in these great photos of Rotterdam while it was docked at Cadiz and Cartagena, Spain.

Postcard from the North Sea

Postcard from the North Sea

Thanks to HAL guest Erwin Lubbers for sending in this serene photo from his recent Rotterdam cruise. This photo was taken aboard Rotterdam, while we were on the North Sea for our Jewels of the Baltic cruise.

Cruise Diary: Visiting Amsterdam 31 Years Later

Cruise Diary: Visiting Amsterdam 31 Years Later

Wendy R. London, HAL Mariner and corporate affairs manager/founder of CruiseBubble.com, is aboard Prinsendam and is letting us join in on her vacation. Dam ships. Dam dam ships! Taking me away from my favourite city, taking me away from a city that stole my heart, 31 years ago. In fact, we sailed from the canal…   read more of “Cruise Diary:…”

HAL Celebrates Fourth of July

HAL Celebrates Fourth of July

Thanks to Human Resources Managers Julie and Annemarie for sending in photos of Veendam and Rotterdam’s 4th of July celebrations, respectively.

Kudos to Rotterdam’s Front Office

Kudos to Rotterdam’s Front Office

We would like to compliment this staff member who made our cruise last week to Norway with ms Rotterdam. The help from her and the other members of the front office was marvelous. Thank you all! — Family de Haan, Rotterdam

Exploring the Historic Borgund Stave Church

Exploring the Historic Borgund Stave Church

It was a bright sunny day when we boarded a motor coach from Flam, Norway. We embarked on an hour long, scenic journey through lush mountain valleys and past snowcapped peaks to the church at Borgund. While on the way, we passed through the longest road tunnel in the world, which is 15 miles long,…   read more of “Exploring the…”