Dutch TV host and adventure seeker Charlotte van Hoorn is on board Noordam for a Caribbean cruise and she’ll be sending in posts during her voyage. Favorites of a 3-Star Mariner – Favorite Dining Experience I thought this was a no-brainer, but then the specialty choices just kept comin’. Of course the Formal Nights are… read more of “Cruise Diary:…”
The Twitter community has spoken. The fans of #CruiseChat voted Holland America Line the “Most Romantic Cruise Line” in their recent Birdie Awards! What do you think is the most romantic aspect of a HAL cruise? Take our Romance-at-Sea survey on Facebook and let us know!
Award-winning Half Moon Cay, our private Bahamian island, celebrated its 15th anniversary this Caribbean cruise season, and to commemorate the milestone we enhanced island offerings and features. Guests to the island will notice five new, colorful, two-story Beach Villas available for rent during each call. The luxury hideaways boast exclusive hot tubs on the second… read more of “Half Moon Cay Gets…”
Thanks to Jaap van Drongelen for sending in these great photos of Nieuw Amsterdam arriving at Willemstad, Curacao, on Jan. 30. Thanks, Jaap!
Journalist Ruth Taber was on board Oosterdam and sent in blog posts during her cruise. Enjoy! Friday – February 1, 2013 – onboard the Oosterdam – tendered off Mystery Island, Vanuatu. Yesterday’s excursion to Ekasup Cultural Village (near Port Vila) was superb. 500 villagers here continuing a traditional lifestyle going back hundreds of years. Their… read more of “Cruise Diary:…”
Thanks to HAL guest Leighton for taking these impressive photos of Oosterdam going under the Sydney Harbour Bridge. I have just returned from Oosterdam’s Jan. 26 cruise to the South Pacific (Pacific Treausures) and I wanted to share photos of Oosterdam clearing the Sydney Harbour Bridge with just under nine feet . Cheers! — Leighton… read more of “It’s a Close…”
Thanks to HAL guest Regina for sending in this beautiful photo that was taken on board Zuiderdam. Here is a shot from Zuiderdam as we were departing Vancouver, northbound to Alaska. The Alaskan weather was “variable”, to say the least! — Regina