Thanks to guest Henk van der Linden for sending in this great photo from his recent August cruise on Rotterdam.
Category: Mariner Society
Here is a view of the village of Fowey in Cornwall, England, from the deck of the Prinsendam on July 7, 2012 during the ship’s Bordeaux Explorer cruise. It’s a fabulous close-in river mooring! Joyce and Doug Hartman Montrose, Colo. HAL Mariners
In March 2012, we had the pleasure of taking a Panama Canal Sunfarer cruise aboard Zuiderdam. Each night we returned to our cabin to find our towel animals sipping shooters. We even think we heard the monkey say, “Beam me up, Scotty!” as we entered our cabin. We suspect that our towel animals were not… read more of “Zuiderdam’s…”
Special thanks to HAL Mariner Nicholas Sabalos for sharing these photos from cruises to Bermuda aboard Veendam and at Grand Cayman while aboard Nieuw Amsterdam.
What do you do with all those cruise T-shirts? Mary Bell (three-star Mariner) has one solution!
Big thanks to HAL Mariner Mike for sending us these scrumptious photos of his fine dining at the Pinnacle Grill and Canaletto restaurant. My wife and I are just got off Eurodam where we enjoyed 10 wonderful days cruising the Baltic. The itineraries are always fun but just as exciting to me is the HAL… read more of “Savory Dishes…”
The July 7th, 14-day sailing of the m.s. Rotterdam through the Norwegian Fjords and North Cape was one of Holland America Line’s featured Mariner Society cruises. During the cruise, as on all HAL sailings, one day is dedicated to our returning guests. A Mariner Medallion Award Ceremony took place on July 12th where Captain Robert… read more of “Rotterdam Hosts…”
Thanks to Holland America Line’s Gerald Bernhoft, director mariner society, for sending in this post. The July 7, 2012, Mariner Society Cruise aboard Rotterdam was both historical and emotional as the mooring lines were lifted and she sailed past our company’s old headquarters followed by passing the s.s. Rotterdam V. Both ships saluted one another… read more of “Another 2012…”