Mariners Dwight and Connie Cenac recently performed in the Dancing With the Stars at Sea competition on Maasdam. It looks like they both had a great time with their partners!
If you’re looking to see what life is like aboard Rotterdam on an extended cruise, check out blog contributor and HAL Mariner Fred Claessen’s hour-long video that shows all of the highlights from his recent “A Passage to the Far East” voyage.
Here is our fabulous float — Captain’s Diner van Holland America Line — in the annual Bloemencorso Flower Parade. The parade featured 20 flower floats plus decorated cars and local bands. The theme was “Bon Appetit” and was held April 19 and 20, 2013, traveling 40 km from Noordwijkerhout to Haarlem, the Netherlands.
In recognition of Earth Day, Holland America Line is announcing the renewal of its partnership with Marine Conservation Institute. The partnership with the Washington State–based organization began in 2010 with the “Our Marvelous Oceans” program, and will continue with the signing of a new three-year agreement that runs through 2016. The goal of “Our Marvelous… read more of “Holland America…”
Special thanks to Zaandam’s Techspert Trisha who posted this on HAL’s Digital Workshop blog. Guess what?! Right now Holland America’s ships are all receiving and installing new machines for our guests to play with to help you learn this fun new Windows 8 operating system and the apps it contains. Fun?! You better believe it!… read more of “Digital Workshop:…”
Culinary Council Chef Charlie Trotter chats about how essential good service is to the dining experience.
Mike Faust, editor of Cruise Currents, recently sailed on board Eurodam for a seven-night eastern Caribbean cruise and chronicled his trip for us. What’s your favorite Caribbean port? Let us know in the comments below! Cruising the Eurodam – Day 7 – Half Moon Cay I woke up bright and early for the final day… read more of “Cruise Diary: Half…”
This past fall we did a 17-day cruise on ms Rotterdam to the Canary Islands. We had a very nice trip and would like to share our experiences with you. — Hans and Hennie Klomp.