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Departure Date: 24th October 2020

Duration: 14 nights

Cruise Line: Holland America Line

Cruise Ship: Oosterdam

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Stateroom
Price
Inside
$3,420pp
  • N Standard Avg 151 Sq Ft $3,420pp 1–2
  • MM Large Or Standard Avg 157 Sq Ft $3,420pp 1–2
  • M Standard Avg 148 Sq Ft $3,469pp 1–2
  • L Standard Avg 148 Sq Ft $3,518pp 1–2
  • K Large Or Standard Avg 160 Sq Ft $3,567pp 1–3
  • J Large Avg 202 Sq Ft $3,616pp 1–4
  • I Large Or Standard Avg 188 Sq Ft $3,665pp 1–4
Outside
$3,812pp
  • H Large-obstructed View Avg 174 Sq Ft $3,812pp 1–2
  • HH Large-obstructed View Avg 174 Sq Ft $3,812pp 1–3
  • G Large-obstructed View Avg 174 Sq Ft $3,861pp 1–3
  • F Large Avg 171 Sq Ft $4,008pp 1–4
  • E Large Avg 171 Sq Ft $4,057pp 1–4
  • DD Large Avg 171 Sq Ft $4,106pp 1–4
  • D Large Avg 171 Sq Ft $4,155pp 1–4
  • C Large Avg 171 Sq Ft $4,204pp 1–4
Balcony
$4,860pp
  • VH Verandah Avg 249 Sq Ft Incl. Verandah $4,860pp 1–2
  • VF Verandah Avg 249 Sq Ft Incl. Verandah $4,860pp 1–3
  • VE Verandah Avg 249 Sq Ft Incl. Verandah $4,919pp 1–4
  • VD Verandah Avg 249 Sq Ft Incl. Verandah $4,978pp 1–3
  • VC Verandah Avg 249 Sq Ft Incl. Verandah $5,037pp 1–4
  • VB Verandah Avg 249 Sq Ft Incl. Verandah $5,096pp 1–4
  • VA Verandah Avg 249 Sq Ft Incl. Verandah $5,154pp 1–4
Suite
$6,566pp
  • SY Signature Suites Avg 389 Sq Ft Incl. Verandah $6,566pp 1–3
  • SZ Signature Suites Avg 389 Sq Ft Incl. Verandah $6,566pp 1–3
  • SS Signature Suites Avg 389 Sq Ft Incl. Verandah $6,634pp 1–3
  • SC Neptune Suites Avg 510 Sq Ft Incl. Verandah $9,996pp 1–4
  • SB Neptune Suites Avg 510 Sq Ft Incl. Verandah $10,397pp 1–4
  • SA Neptune Suites Avg 510 Sq Ft Incl. Verandah $10,799pp 1–4
Stateroom
Price
Inside
$3,420pp
  • N Standard Avg 151 Sq Ft $3,420pp 1–2
  • MM Large Or Standard Avg 157 Sq Ft $3,420pp 1–2
  • M Standard Avg 148 Sq Ft $3,469pp 1–2
  • L Standard Avg 148 Sq Ft $3,518pp 1–2
  • K Large Or Standard Avg 160 Sq Ft $3,567pp 1–3
  • J Large Avg 202 Sq Ft $3,616pp 1–4
  • I Large Or Standard Avg 188 Sq Ft $3,665pp 1–4
Outside
$3,812pp
  • H Large-obstructed View Avg 174 Sq Ft $3,812pp 1–2
  • HH Large-obstructed View Avg 174 Sq Ft $3,812pp 1–3
  • G Large-obstructed View Avg 174 Sq Ft $3,861pp 1–3
  • F Large Avg 171 Sq Ft $4,008pp 1–4
  • E Large Avg 171 Sq Ft $4,057pp 1–4
  • DD Large Avg 171 Sq Ft $4,106pp 1–4
  • D Large Avg 171 Sq Ft $4,155pp 1–4
  • C Large Avg 171 Sq Ft $4,204pp 1–4
Balcony
$4,860pp
  • VH Verandah Avg 249 Sq Ft Incl. Verandah $4,860pp 1–2
  • VF Verandah Avg 249 Sq Ft Incl. Verandah $4,860pp 1–3
  • VE Verandah Avg 249 Sq Ft Incl. Verandah $4,919pp 1–4
  • VD Verandah Avg 249 Sq Ft Incl. Verandah $4,978pp 1–3
  • VC Verandah Avg 249 Sq Ft Incl. Verandah $5,037pp 1–4
  • VB Verandah Avg 249 Sq Ft Incl. Verandah $5,096pp 1–4
  • VA Verandah Avg 249 Sq Ft Incl. Verandah $5,154pp 1–4
Suite
$6,566pp
  • SY Signature Suites Avg 389 Sq Ft Incl. Verandah $6,566pp 1–3
  • SZ Signature Suites Avg 389 Sq Ft Incl. Verandah $6,566pp 1–3
  • SS Signature Suites Avg 389 Sq Ft Incl. Verandah $6,634pp 1–3
  • SC Neptune Suites Avg 510 Sq Ft Incl. Verandah $9,996pp 1–4
  • SB Neptune Suites Avg 510 Sq Ft Incl. Verandah $10,397pp 1–4
  • SA Neptune Suites Avg 510 Sq Ft Incl. Verandah $10,799pp 1–4
Stateroom
Price
Inside
$3,136pp
  • L Standard Avg 148 Sq Ft $3,136pp 1–2
  • K Large Or Standard Avg 160 Sq Ft $3,185pp 1–3
  • J Large Avg 202 Sq Ft $3,234pp 1–4
  • I Large Or Standard Avg 188 Sq Ft $3,283pp 1–4
Outside
$3,528pp
  • G Large-obstructed View Avg 174 Sq Ft $3,528pp 1–3
  • F Large Avg 171 Sq Ft $3,577pp 1–4
  • E Large Avg 171 Sq Ft $3,626pp 1–4
  • DD Large Avg 171 Sq Ft $3,675pp 1–4
  • D Large Avg 171 Sq Ft $3,724pp 1–4
  • C Large Avg 171 Sq Ft $3,773pp 1–4
Balcony
$4,508pp
  • VD Verandah Avg 249 Sq Ft Incl. Verandah $4,508pp 1–3
  • VC Verandah Avg 249 Sq Ft Incl. Verandah $4,566pp 1–4
  • VB Verandah Avg 249 Sq Ft Incl. Verandah $4,625pp 1–4
  • VA Verandah Avg 249 Sq Ft Incl. Verandah $4,684pp 1–4
Suite
$6,076pp
  • SY Signature Suites Avg 389 Sq Ft Incl. Verandah $6,076pp 1–3
  • SS Signature Suites Avg 389 Sq Ft Incl. Verandah $6,144pp 1–3
  • SC Neptune Suites Avg 510 Sq Ft Incl. Verandah $9,506pp 1–4
  • SB Neptune Suites Avg 510 Sq Ft Incl. Verandah $9,907pp 1–4
  • SA Neptune Suites Avg 510 Sq Ft Incl. Verandah $10,309pp 1–4
  • PS Pinnacle Suites Avg 1318 Sq Ft Incl. Verandah $18,522pp 1–4
Stateroom
Price
Inside
$3,420pp
  • N Standard Avg 151 Sq Ft $3,420pp 1–2
  • MM Large Or Standard Avg 157 Sq Ft $3,420pp 1–2
  • M Standard Avg 148 Sq Ft $3,469pp 1–2
  • L Standard Avg 148 Sq Ft $3,518pp 1–2
  • K Large Or Standard Avg 160 Sq Ft $3,567pp 1–3
  • J Large Avg 202 Sq Ft $3,616pp 1–4
  • I Large Or Standard Avg 188 Sq Ft $3,665pp 1–4
Outside
$3,812pp
  • H Large-obstructed View Avg 174 Sq Ft $3,812pp 1–2
  • HH Large-obstructed View Avg 174 Sq Ft $3,812pp 1–3
  • G Large-obstructed View Avg 174 Sq Ft $3,861pp 1–3
  • F Large Avg 171 Sq Ft $4,008pp 1–4
  • E Large Avg 171 Sq Ft $4,057pp 1–4
  • DD Large Avg 171 Sq Ft $4,106pp 1–4
  • D Large Avg 171 Sq Ft $4,155pp 1–4
  • C Large Avg 171 Sq Ft $4,204pp 1–4
Balcony
$4,860pp
  • VH Verandah Avg 249 Sq Ft Incl. Verandah $4,860pp 1–2
  • VF Verandah Avg 249 Sq Ft Incl. Verandah $4,860pp 1–3
  • VE Verandah Avg 249 Sq Ft Incl. Verandah $4,919pp 1–4
  • VD Verandah Avg 249 Sq Ft Incl. Verandah $4,978pp 1–3
  • VC Verandah Avg 249 Sq Ft Incl. Verandah $5,037pp 1–4
  • VB Verandah Avg 249 Sq Ft Incl. Verandah $5,096pp 1–4
  • VA Verandah Avg 249 Sq Ft Incl. Verandah $5,154pp 1–4
Suite
$6,566pp
  • SY Signature Suites Avg 389 Sq Ft Incl. Verandah $6,566pp 1–3
  • SZ Signature Suites Avg 389 Sq Ft Incl. Verandah $6,566pp 1–3
  • SS Signature Suites Avg 389 Sq Ft Incl. Verandah $6,634pp 1–3
  • SC Neptune Suites Avg 510 Sq Ft Incl. Verandah $9,996pp 1–4
  • SB Neptune Suites Avg 510 Sq Ft Incl. Verandah $10,397pp 1–4
  • SA Neptune Suites Avg 510 Sq Ft Incl. Verandah $10,799pp 1–4
Stateroom
Price
Inside
$3,420pp
  • N Standard Avg 151 Sq Ft $3,420pp 1–2
  • MM Large Or Standard Avg 157 Sq Ft $3,420pp 1–2
  • M Standard Avg 148 Sq Ft $3,469pp 1–2
  • L Standard Avg 148 Sq Ft $3,518pp 1–2
  • K Large Or Standard Avg 160 Sq Ft $3,567pp 1–3
  • J Large Avg 202 Sq Ft $3,616pp 1–4
  • I Large Or Standard Avg 188 Sq Ft $3,665pp 1–4
Outside
$3,812pp
  • H Large-obstructed View Avg 174 Sq Ft $3,812pp 1–2
  • HH Large-obstructed View Avg 174 Sq Ft $3,812pp 1–3
  • G Large-obstructed View Avg 174 Sq Ft $3,861pp 1–3
  • F Large Avg 171 Sq Ft $4,008pp 1–4
  • E Large Avg 171 Sq Ft $4,057pp 1–4
  • DD Large Avg 171 Sq Ft $4,106pp 1–4
  • D Large Avg 171 Sq Ft $4,155pp 1–4
  • C Large Avg 171 Sq Ft $4,204pp 1–4
Balcony
$4,860pp
  • VH Verandah Avg 249 Sq Ft Incl. Verandah $4,860pp 1–2
  • VF Verandah Avg 249 Sq Ft Incl. Verandah $4,860pp 1–3
  • VE Verandah Avg 249 Sq Ft Incl. Verandah $4,919pp 1–4
  • VD Verandah Avg 249 Sq Ft Incl. Verandah $4,978pp 1–3
  • VC Verandah Avg 249 Sq Ft Incl. Verandah $5,037pp 1–4
  • VB Verandah Avg 249 Sq Ft Incl. Verandah $5,096pp 1–4
  • VA Verandah Avg 249 Sq Ft Incl. Verandah $5,154pp 1–4
Suite
$6,566pp
  • SY Signature Suites Avg 389 Sq Ft Incl. Verandah $6,566pp 1–3
  • SZ Signature Suites Avg 389 Sq Ft Incl. Verandah $6,566pp 1–3
  • SS Signature Suites Avg 389 Sq Ft Incl. Verandah $6,634pp 1–3
  • SC Neptune Suites Avg 510 Sq Ft Incl. Verandah $9,996pp 1–4
  • SB Neptune Suites Avg 510 Sq Ft Incl. Verandah $10,397pp 1–4
  • SA Neptune Suites Avg 510 Sq Ft Incl. Verandah $10,799pp 1–4
Stateroom
Price
Inside
$3,420pp
  • N Standard Avg 151 Sq Ft $3,420pp 1–2
  • MM Large Or Standard Avg 157 Sq Ft $3,420pp 1–2
  • M Standard Avg 148 Sq Ft $3,469pp 1–2
  • L Standard Avg 148 Sq Ft $3,518pp 1–2
  • K Large Or Standard Avg 160 Sq Ft $3,567pp 1–3
  • J Large Avg 202 Sq Ft $3,616pp 1–4
  • I Large Or Standard Avg 188 Sq Ft $3,665pp 1–4
Outside
$3,812pp
  • H Large-obstructed View Avg 174 Sq Ft $3,812pp 1–2
  • HH Large-obstructed View Avg 174 Sq Ft $3,812pp 1–3
  • G Large-obstructed View Avg 174 Sq Ft $3,861pp 1–3
  • F Large Avg 171 Sq Ft $4,008pp 1–4
  • E Large Avg 171 Sq Ft $4,057pp 1–4
  • DD Large Avg 171 Sq Ft $4,106pp 1–4
  • D Large Avg 171 Sq Ft $4,155pp 1–4
  • C Large Avg 171 Sq Ft $4,204pp 1–4
Balcony
$4,860pp
  • VH Verandah Avg 249 Sq Ft Incl. Verandah $4,860pp 1–2
  • VF Verandah Avg 249 Sq Ft Incl. Verandah $4,860pp 1–3
  • VE Verandah Avg 249 Sq Ft Incl. Verandah $4,919pp 1–4
  • VD Verandah Avg 249 Sq Ft Incl. Verandah $4,978pp 1–3
  • VC Verandah Avg 249 Sq Ft Incl. Verandah $5,037pp 1–4
  • VB Verandah Avg 249 Sq Ft Incl. Verandah $5,096pp 1–4
  • VA Verandah Avg 249 Sq Ft Incl. Verandah $5,154pp 1–4
Suite
$6,566pp
  • SY Signature Suites Avg 389 Sq Ft Incl. Verandah $6,566pp 1–3
  • SZ Signature Suites Avg 389 Sq Ft Incl. Verandah $6,566pp 1–3
  • SS Signature Suites Avg 389 Sq Ft Incl. Verandah $6,634pp 1–3
  • SC Neptune Suites Avg 510 Sq Ft Incl. Verandah $9,996pp 1–4
  • SB Neptune Suites Avg 510 Sq Ft Incl. Verandah $10,397pp 1–4
  • SA Neptune Suites Avg 510 Sq Ft Incl. Verandah $10,799pp 1–4
Stateroom
Price
Inside
$3,136pp
  • N Standard Avg 151 Sq Ft $3,136pp 1–2
  • MM Large Or Standard Avg 157 Sq Ft $3,136pp 1–2
  • M Standard Avg 148 Sq Ft $3,185pp 1–2
  • L Standard Avg 148 Sq Ft $3,234pp 1–2
  • K Large Or Standard Avg 160 Sq Ft $3,283pp 1–3
  • J Large Avg 202 Sq Ft $3,332pp 1–4
  • I Large Or Standard Avg 188 Sq Ft $3,381pp 1–4
Outside
$3,528pp
  • H Large-obstructed View Avg 174 Sq Ft $3,528pp 1–2
  • HH Large-obstructed View Avg 174 Sq Ft $3,528pp 1–3
  • G Large-obstructed View Avg 174 Sq Ft $3,577pp 1–3
  • F Large Avg 171 Sq Ft $3,724pp 1–4
  • E Large Avg 171 Sq Ft $3,773pp 1–4
  • DD Large Avg 171 Sq Ft $3,822pp 1–4
  • D Large Avg 171 Sq Ft $3,871pp 1–4
  • C Large Avg 171 Sq Ft $3,920pp 1–4
Balcony
$4,508pp
  • VH Verandah Avg 249 Sq Ft Incl. Verandah $4,508pp 1–2
  • VF Verandah Avg 249 Sq Ft Incl. Verandah $4,508pp 1–3
  • VE Verandah Avg 249 Sq Ft Incl. Verandah $4,566pp 1–4
  • VD Verandah Avg 249 Sq Ft Incl. Verandah $4,625pp 1–3
  • VC Verandah Avg 249 Sq Ft Incl. Verandah $4,684pp 1–4
  • VB Verandah Avg 249 Sq Ft Incl. Verandah $4,743pp 1–4
  • VA Verandah Avg 249 Sq Ft Incl. Verandah $4,802pp 1–4
Suite
$6,076pp
  • SZ Signature Suites Avg 389 Sq Ft Incl. Verandah $6,076pp 1–3
  • SY Signature Suites Avg 389 Sq Ft Incl. Verandah $6,076pp 1–3
  • SS Signature Suites Avg 389 Sq Ft Incl. Verandah $6,144pp 1–3
  • SC Neptune Suites Avg 510 Sq Ft Incl. Verandah $9,506pp 1–4
  • SB Neptune Suites Avg 510 Sq Ft Incl. Verandah $9,907pp 1–4
  • SA Neptune Suites Avg 510 Sq Ft Incl. Verandah $10,309pp 1–4
  • PS Pinnacle Suites Avg 1318 Sq Ft Incl. Verandah $18,522pp 1–4
Stateroom
Price
Inside
$3,420pp
  • N Standard Avg 151 Sq Ft $3,420pp 1–2
  • MM Large Or Standard Avg 157 Sq Ft $3,420pp 1–2
  • M Standard Avg 148 Sq Ft $3,469pp 1–2
  • L Standard Avg 148 Sq Ft $3,518pp 1–2
  • K Large Or Standard Avg 160 Sq Ft $3,567pp 1–3
  • J Large Avg 202 Sq Ft $3,616pp 1–4
  • I Large Or Standard Avg 188 Sq Ft $3,665pp 1–4
Outside
$3,812pp
  • H Large-obstructed View Avg 174 Sq Ft $3,812pp 1–2
  • HH Large-obstructed View Avg 174 Sq Ft $3,812pp 1–3
  • G Large-obstructed View Avg 174 Sq Ft $3,861pp 1–3
  • F Large Avg 171 Sq Ft $4,008pp 1–4
  • E Large Avg 171 Sq Ft $4,057pp 1–4
  • DD Large Avg 171 Sq Ft $4,106pp 1–4
  • D Large Avg 171 Sq Ft $4,155pp 1–4
  • C Large Avg 171 Sq Ft $4,204pp 1–4
Balcony
$4,860pp
  • VH Verandah Avg 249 Sq Ft Incl. Verandah $4,860pp 1–2
  • VF Verandah Avg 249 Sq Ft Incl. Verandah $4,860pp 1–3
  • VE Verandah Avg 249 Sq Ft Incl. Verandah $4,919pp 1–4
  • VD Verandah Avg 249 Sq Ft Incl. Verandah $4,978pp 1–3
  • VC Verandah Avg 249 Sq Ft Incl. Verandah $5,037pp 1–4
  • VB Verandah Avg 249 Sq Ft Incl. Verandah $5,096pp 1–4
  • VA Verandah Avg 249 Sq Ft Incl. Verandah $5,154pp 1–4
Suite
$6,566pp
  • SZ Signature Suites Avg 389 Sq Ft Incl. Verandah $6,566pp 1–3
  • SY Signature Suites Avg 389 Sq Ft Incl. Verandah $6,566pp 1–3
  • SS Signature Suites Avg 389 Sq Ft Incl. Verandah $6,634pp 1–3
  • SC Neptune Suites Avg 510 Sq Ft Incl. Verandah $9,996pp 1–4
  • SB Neptune Suites Avg 510 Sq Ft Incl. Verandah $10,397pp 1–4
  • SA Neptune Suites Avg 510 Sq Ft Incl. Verandah $10,799pp 1–4
  • PS Pinnacle Suites Avg 1318 Sq Ft Incl. Verandah $18,522pp 1–4
Stateroom
Price
Inside
$3,057pp
  • N Standard Avg 151 Sq Ft $3,057pp 1–2
  • MM Large Or Standard Avg 157 Sq Ft $3,057pp 1–2
  • M Standard Avg 148 Sq Ft $3,077pp 1–2
  • L Standard Avg 148 Sq Ft $3,096pp 1–2
  • K Large Or Standard Avg 160 Sq Ft $3,116pp 1–3
  • J Large Avg 202 Sq Ft $3,136pp 1–4
  • I Large Or Standard Avg 188 Sq Ft $3,155pp 1–4
Outside
$3,469pp
  • H Large-obstructed View Avg 174 Sq Ft $3,469pp 1–2
  • HH Large-obstructed View Avg 174 Sq Ft $3,469pp 1–3
  • G Large-obstructed View Avg 174 Sq Ft $3,508pp 1–3
  • F Large Avg 171 Sq Ft $3,606pp 1–4
  • E Large Avg 171 Sq Ft $3,645pp 1–4
  • DD Large Avg 171 Sq Ft $3,684pp 1–4
  • D Large Avg 171 Sq Ft $3,724pp 1–4
  • C Large Avg 171 Sq Ft $3,763pp 1–4
Balcony
$4,449pp
  • VH Verandah Avg 249 Sq Ft Incl. Verandah $4,449pp 1–2
  • VF Verandah Avg 249 Sq Ft Incl. Verandah $4,449pp 1–3
  • VE Verandah Avg 249 Sq Ft Incl. Verandah $4,508pp 1–4
  • VD Verandah Avg 249 Sq Ft Incl. Verandah $4,566pp 1–3
  • VC Verandah Avg 249 Sq Ft Incl. Verandah $4,625pp 1–4
  • VB Verandah Avg 249 Sq Ft Incl. Verandah $4,684pp 1–4
  • VA Verandah Avg 249 Sq Ft Incl. Verandah $4,743pp 1–4
Suite
$5,840pp
  • SZ Signature Suites Avg 389 Sq Ft Incl. Verandah $5,840pp 1–3
  • SY Signature Suites Avg 389 Sq Ft Incl. Verandah $5,840pp 1–3
  • SS Signature Suites Avg 389 Sq Ft Incl. Verandah $5,978pp 1–3
  • SC Neptune Suites Avg 510 Sq Ft Incl. Verandah $9,339pp 1–4
  • SB Neptune Suites Avg 510 Sq Ft Incl. Verandah $9,731pp 1–4
  • SA Neptune Suites Avg 510 Sq Ft Incl. Verandah $10,123pp 1–4
  • PS Pinnacle Suites Avg 1318 Sq Ft Incl. Verandah $18,522pp 1–4

Itinerary

  • 24th October 2020

    Sydney, New South Wales

    Sydney belongs to the exclusive club of cities that generate excitement. At the end of a marathon flight there’s renewed vitality in the cabin as the plane circles the city, where thousands of yachts are suspended on the dark water and the sails of the Opera House glisten in the distance. Blessed with dazzling beaches and a sunny climate, Sydney is among the most beautiful cities on the planet.With 4.6 million people, Sydney is the biggest and most cosmopolitan city in Australia. A wave of immigration from the 1950s has seen the Anglo-Irish immigrants who made up the city’s original population joined by Italians, Greeks, Turks, Lebanese, Chinese, Vietnamese, Thais, and Indonesians. This intermingling has created a cultural vibrancy and energy—and a culinary repertoire—that was missing only a generation ago.Sydneysiders embrace their harbor with a passion. Indented with numerous bays and beaches, Sydney Harbour is the presiding icon for the city, and urban Australia. Captain Arthur Phil

  • 25th October 2020

    At Sea

  • 26th October 2020

    Melbourne, Victoria

    Consistently rated among the “world’s most livable cities” in quality-of-life surveys, Melbourne is built on a coastal plain at the top of the giant horseshoe of Port Phillip Bay. The city center is an orderly grid of streets where the state parliament, banks, multinational corporations, and splendid Victorian buildings that sprang up in the wake of the gold rush now stand. This is Melbourne’s heart, which you can explore at a leisurely pace in a couple of days.In Southbank, one of the newer precincts south of the city center, the Southgate development of bars, restaurants, and shops has refocused Melbourne’s vision on the Yarra River. Once a blighted stretch of factories and run-down warehouses, the southern bank of the river is now a vibrant, exciting part of the city, and the river itself is finally taking its rightful place in Melbourne’s psyche.Just a hop away, Federation Square—with its host of galleries—has become a civic landmark for Melburnians. Stroll along the Esplanade in t

  • 27th October 2020

    At Sea

  • 28th October 2020

    Hobart, Tasmania

    Straddling the Derwent River at the foot of Mt. Wellington’s forested slopes, Hobart was founded as a penal settlement in 1803. It’s the second-oldest city in the country after Sydney, and it certainly rivals its mainland counterpart as Australia’s most beautiful state capital. Close-set colonial brick-and-sandstone shops and homes line the narrow, quiet streets, creating a genteel setting for this historic city of 215,000. Life revolves around the broad Derwent River port, one of the deepest harbors in the world. Here warehouses that once stored Hobart’s major exports of fruit, wool, and corn and products from the city’s former whaling fleet still stand alongside the wharf today.Hobart sparkles between Christmas and New Year’s—summer Down Under—during the annual Sydney-to-Hobart yacht race. The event dominates conversations among Hobart’s citizens, who descend on Constitution Dock to welcome the yachts and join in the boisterous festivities of the crews. The New Year also coincides wi

  • 29th October 2020

    At Sea

  • 30th October 2020

    At Sea

  • 31st October 2020

    Milford Sound

    New Zealand fiord country along with Fiordland National Park is one of New Zealand’s premier attractions. Incredibly beautiful, wild and remote, the region is an intriguing combination of rugged mountain ranges, dense rainforest, solitary alpine lakes, sparkling rivers and splashing waterfalls. Much of Fiordland is virtually unexplored wilderness and still the habitat of rare birds. As the ship cruises the beautiful Doubtful, Dusky and Milford Sounds, experience the majestic fiordland of South Island’s western coast. Captain James Cook sailed along this coast in 1770 and again in 1773, when he anchored at Dusky Sound for a rest and ship repair. Doubtful Sound is one of the region’s most majestic fiords. It is ten times larger than Milford Sound. As the ship cruises into Hall Arm, gaze at vertical cliffs and mighty waterfalls plunging over sheer rock faces. In fine weather, mountains and greenery are reflected in the protected waters of the fiord. Farther north lies Milford Sound. Far f

  • 1st November 2020

    Port Chalmers

    European whaling ships first called at Otago Province during the early decades of the 1800s, yielding a mixed response from the native Māori. In 1848 Dunedin was settled, and by the mid-1860s the city was the economic hub of the Otago gold rush. Dunedin’s historical wealth endures in such institutions as the University of Otago, the oldest in the country. But if any region can bring out the bird-watcher in you, this is it; the area is home to the Royal Albatross and yellow-eyed penguins.

  • 2nd November 2020

    Lyttelton

    Your initial impression of Christchurch will likely be one of a genteel, green city. Joggers loop through shady Hagley Park, and punters ply the narrow Avon River, which bubbles between banks lined with willows and oaks. With a population approaching 350,000, Christchurch is the largest South Island city, and the second-largest in the country. It is also the forward supply depot for the main U.S. Antarctic base at McMurdo Sound. The face of Christchurch is changing rapidly, fueled by both internal and international immigration. The Māori community, although still below the national average in size, is growing. Ngai Tahu, the main South Island Māori tribe, settled Treaty of Waitangi claims in 1997 and have been investing in tourism ventures. Old wooden bungalows are making way for town houses, the arts scene is flourishing, and the city’s university attracts cutting-edge technology companies. In short, there’s plenty of fresh energy percolating underneath the English veneer.

  • 3rd November 2020

    Picton

    The maritime township of Picton (population 4,000) lies at the head of Queen Charlotte Sound and is the arrival point for ferries from the North Island, as well as a growing number of international cruise ships. It plays a major role in providing services and transport by water taxi to a multitude of remote communities in the vast area of islands, peninsulas, and waterways that make up the Marlborough Sounds Maritime Park. There’s plenty to do in town, with crafts markets in summer, historical sights to see, and walking tracks to scenic lookouts over the sounds. The main foreshore is lined by London Quay, which looks up Queen Charlotte Sound to the bays beyond. High Street runs down to London Quay from the hills, and between them these two streets make up the center of town.

  • 4th November 2020

    Wellington

    New Zealand’s capital is, arguably, the country’s most cosmopolitan metropolis. It’s world-class Te Papa Tongarewa-Museum of New Zealand is a don’t-miss attraction, and the burgeoning film industry led, of course, by the Lord of the Rings extravaganzas has injected new life into the local arts scene. Attractive and compact enough to be explored easily on foot, Wellington is a booming destination. Modern high-rise buildings gaze over Port Nicholson, surely one of the finest natural anchorages in the world. Known to local Māori as The Great Harbor of Tara, its two massive arms form the jaws of the fish of Maui from Māori legend. Sometimes referred to as the windy city, Wellington has been the seat of New Zealand’s government since 1865.

  • 5th November 2020

    Napier

    The earthquake that struck Napier at 10:46 am on February 3, 1931, was—at 7.8 on the Richter scale—the largest quake ever recorded in New Zealand. The coastline was wrenched upward several feet. Almost all the town’s brick buildings collapsed; many people were killed on the footpaths as they rushed outside. The quake triggered fires throughout town, and with water mains shattered, little could be done to stop the blazes that devoured the remaining wooden structures. Only a few buildings survived (the Public Service Building with its neoclassical pillars is one), and the death toll was well over 100.The surviving townspeople set up tents and cookhouses in Nelson Park, and then tackled the city’s reconstruction at a remarkable pace. In the rush to rebuild, Napier went mad for art deco, the bold, geometric style that had burst on the global design scene in 1925. Now a walk through the art deco district, concentrated between Emerson, Herschell, Dalton, and Browning streets, is a stylistic

  • 6th November 2020

    Tauranga

    The population center of the Bay of Plenty, Tauranga is one of New Zealand’s fastest-growing cities. Along with its neighbor, Whakatane, this seaside city claims to be one of the country’s sunniest towns. Unlike most local towns, Tauranga doesn’t grind to a halt in the off-season, because it has one of the busiest ports in the country, and the excellent waves at the neighboring beach resort of Mount Maunganui—just across Tauranga’s harbor bridge—always draw surfers and holiday folk.

  • 7th November 2020

    Auckland

    Auckland is called the City of Sails, and visitors flying in will see why. On the East Coast is the Waitemata Harbour—a Māori word meaning sparkling waters—which is bordered by the Hauraki Gulf, an aquatic playground peppered with small islands where many Aucklanders can be found “mucking around in boats.”Not surprisingly, Auckland has some 70,000 boats. About one in four households in Auckland has a seacraft of some kind, and there are 102 beaches within an hour’s drive; during the week many are quite empty. Even the airport is by the water; it borders the Manukau Harbour, which also takes its name from the Māori language and means solitary bird.According to Māori tradition, the Auckland isthmus was originally peopled by a race of giants and fairy folk. When Europeans arrived in the early 19th century, however, the Ngāti-Whātua tribe was firmly in control of the region. The British began negotiations with the Ngāti-Whātua in 1840 to purchase the isthmus and establish the colony’s firs

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Officially christened in 2003 by Her Dutch Royal Highness, Princess Margriet of the Netherlands, the Oosterdam is the second in Holland America Line’s series of Vista-class ships. As such she embraces the latest industry and environmental technologies such as her use of a diesel-electric power plant for optimal energy efficiency and an Azipod propulsion system that maximises manoeuvrability. Symbolic of Holland America Line’s more than 140-year history of circumnavigating the globe, the centrepiece of the Oosterdam is a magnificent Waterford crystal globe, prominently displayed in a three-story atrium. First-time cruisers aboard this ship will quickly recognise the traditional touches that make Holland America cruisers regulars: a warm palette of colours accentuating an extensive use of crystal, marble, inlaid woods and brass, lovely flower arrangements, priceless artwork and antiques and a full wraparound teak promenade deck with padded deck chairs.

Pinnacle Suite

The Pinnacle Suite features bedroom with king-size bed, oversize whirlpool bath & shower, with fragrant bath salts and exfoliating loofah mitt for an invigorating shower experience, living room, dining room, dressing room, private veranda, pantry, sofa bed for two persons, mini-bar, refrigerator, guest toilet, floor-to-ceiling windows.

Suite amenities include complimentary laundry, pressing and dry cleaning throughout your cruise, complimentary sparkling wine served in the Neptune Lounge upon embarkation and a complimentary bottled water provided in suite at embarkation. Guests in suites also benefit from gorgeous corsages and boutonnieres for the first formal night, cold hors d’oeuvres served before dinner each evening on request, binoculars and umbrellas for your use on the cruise, as well as a cocktail party with the ship’s officers. Other benefits include: priority boarding for tendered ports of call, special disembarkation service, priority dining and seating requests, exclusive daily breakfast service, and high tea service in-suite on request. Elegant wooden clothing brush, lint remover and shoehorn for keeping clothing immaculate is also included.

Guests also have access to a very special amenity exclusively for those cruising in a Neptune or Pinnacle Suite, the industry-leading Neptune Lounge features a private place to relax, socialise with other suite guests and enjoy the personalised service of a concierge. The fleet-wide lounges provide worktables, large screen television, library, sofas and chairs, refreshments throughout the day and WiFi for a small charge. One-Touch 24-hour Concierge Service is available when the Neptune Lounge is closed.

Neptune Suite

Neptune Suites feature two lower beds convertible to a king-size bed, whirlpool bath & shower, with fragrant bath salts and exfoliating loofah mitt for an invigorating shower experience, large sitting area, dressing room, private verandah, sofa bed for two persons, mini-bar, refrigerator, floor-to-ceiling windows.

Suite amenities include complimentary laundry, pressing and dry cleaning throughout your cruise, complimentary sparkling wine served in the Neptune Lounge upon embarkation and a complimentary bottled water provided in suite at embarkation. Guests in suites also benefit from gorgeous corsages and boutonnieres for the first formal night, cold hors d’oeuvres served before dinner each evening on request, binoculars and umbrellas for your use on the cruise, as well as a cocktail party with the ship’s officers. Other benefits include: priority boarding for tendered ports of call, special disembarkation service, priority dining and seating requests, exclusive daily breakfast service, and high tea service in-suite on request. Elegant wooden clothing brush, lint remover and shoehorn for keeping clothing immaculate is also included.

Guests also have access to a very special amenity exclusively for those cruising in a Neptune or Pinnacle Suite, the industry-leading Neptune Lounge features a private place to relax, socialise with other suite guests and enjoy the personalised service of a concierge. The fleet-wide lounges provide worktables, large screen television, library, sofas and chairs, refreshments throughout the day and WiFi for a small charge. One-Touch 24-hour Concierge Service is available when the Neptune Lounge is closed.

Ocean View Stateroom

Ocean View Staterooms feature two lower beds convertible to a queen-size bed, and a bathroom with bathtub and shower, as well as fragrant soaps, lotions, shampoo and other bath amenities from Elemis Aromapure.

Stateroom amenities include luxurious beds featuring Sealy Premium Euro-Top mattresses and finely woven cotton linens, deluxe waffle weave and terry cloth bathrobes for use during your voyage, 100% Egyptian cotton towels, premium massage showerheads, and 5X magnifying make-up mirrors and salon-quality hair dryers. Suites also benefit from complimentary fresh fruit on request, elegant ice bucket and serving tray for in-stateroom beverages, Flat-panel TV and DVD player, as well as ice service, shoeshine service and nightly turndown service.

Interior Stateroom

Interior Staterooms feature two lower beds convertible to a queen-size bed, and a bathroom featuring fragrant soaps, lotions, shampoo and other bath amenities from Elemis Aromapure.

Stateroom amenities include luxurious beds featuring Sealy Premium Euro-Top mattresses and finely woven cotton linens, deluxe waffle weave and terry cloth bathrobes for use during your voyage, 100% Egyptian cotton towels, premium massage showerheads, and 5X magnifying make-up mirrors and salon-quality hair dryers. Suites also benefit from complimentary fresh fruit on request, elegant ice bucket and serving tray for in-stateroom beverages, Flat-panel TV and DVD player, as well as ice service, shoeshine service and nightly turndown service.

Signature Suite

Signature Suites feature two lower beds convertible to a queen-size bed, bathroom with dual-sink vanity, bathroom with full-size whirlpool bath & shower, as well as an additional shower stall with fragrant soaps, lotions, shampoo and other bath amenities from Elemis Aromapure. A large sitting area, teak-lined private verandah, sofa bed for one person, and floor-to-ceiling windows are also included.

Stateroom amenities include Holland America Line’s signature Mariner’s Dream bed featuring a plush Euro-Top mattress and finely woven cotton linens, daily housekeeping to tidy belongings and keep staterooms immaculate, 100% Egyptian cotton towels, lighted magnifying mirrors; salon-quality hair dryers, and luxurious bathrobes for use during the voyage. Each stateroom also benefit from flat-panel TV and DVD player, complimentary DVD library, generous storage, safes for your valuables, Complimentary fresh fruit on request, complimentary 24-hour In-Room Dining, nightly turndown service, complimentary shoeshine service, as well as complimentary ice service

In addition to the stateroom amenities, guests cruising in Signature Suites also benefit from a variety of firm, medium and soft pillows, premium duvet, oversized bath towels, and soft, cotton bathrobes and slippers, mini-bar, personalised cruise stationery, one-touch telephone concierge service, fresh flowers, and umbrellas for your use on the cruise.

Verandah Staterooms

Verandah Staterooms feature two lower beds convertible to a queen-size bed, bathroom with bathtub & shower featuring fragrant soaps, lotions, shampoo and other bath amenities from Elemis Aromapure, sitting area, teak-lined private veranda, floor-to ceiling windows.

Stateroom amenities include Holland America Line’s signature Mariner’s Dream bed featuring a plush Euro-Top mattress and finely woven cotton linens, daily housekeeping to tidy belongings and keep staterooms immaculate, 100% Egyptian cotton towels, lighted magnifying mirrors; massage showerheads; salon-quality hair dryers, and Luxurious bathrobes for use during the voyage. Each stateroom also benefit from flat-panel TV and DVD player, complimentary DVD library, generous storage, safes for your valuables, Complimentary fresh fruit on request, complimentary 24-hour In-Room Dining, nightly turndown service, complimentary shoeshine, as well as complimentary ice service.

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Entertainment

Ocean Bar

It's cocktails and dancing nightly in the luxurious Ocean Bar. The dance band plays the Great America songbook, so relax and make new friends.

Piano Bar

Gather around the piano and sing along as the pianist plays your requests and well-known favourites.

Crow's Nest

This panoramic place to enjoy the sunset transforms into a fun dance club after dark as the DJ spins the tunes.

Pool Bars

The Lido Bar serves the Lido Pool, midship on Deck 9, and the Seaview Bar serves the Sea View Pool towards the end of the deck. From either, you can enjoy a refreshing beverage poolside in shaded seating around the bar or delivered to your sunny chaise lounge.

Sports Bar

Enjoy a drink and cheer with friends as your favourite teams and event are broadcast live.

Northern Lights

Drop by after dark as the ship's dance club revs up.

Explorer's Lounge

Coffees, drinks and liqueurs are served to the classical sounds of the Adagio Strings.

Dancing with the Stars: At Sea

On selected cruises, guests will have the opportunity to participate in complimentary dance classes based on dance routines from the ABC smash hit show “Dancing with the Stars.” This is a chance to learn the basics or new steps.

They will also have the chance to compete in the Dancing with the Stars: At Sea competition. Following an early elimination process, finalists will have the opportunity to take to the main stage with the ship’s dance professionals. One Cruise Champion will emerge, based on the highest combined point total from our panel of three judges, as well as audience participation.

Select cruises will also feature dance pros and celebrities from ABC's “Dancing with the Stars”. Guests will enjoy a chance to take photos, get autographs and ask questions. A special fashion show features the glamorous costumes from the show and a dazzling evening production will star the dance professionals and celebrities.

Show Lounge

After dinner, take your seat in the ship's magnificent show lounge for a dazzling show. Enjoy dynamic concerts and exciting musical productions featuring Broadway veterans, talented illusionists, as well comedians and musicians.

Casino

Whether you are an experienced gambler or rolling dice for the first time, the Casino offers games for all levels as well as complimentary lessons from friendly dealers and tournaments for veteran players.

The games offered include:

- Table Games - Play Blackjack, Roulette, Craps (select ships), Three Card Poker, Texas Hold ‘Em and more.

- Slots - From penny to five-dollar machines and multi-denomination games, plus video poker, there's a game for you. You’ll find slot favourites such as Wolf Run, Wheel of Fortune, Super Jackpot Party and more! And the Megacash jackpot, the biggest progressive jackpot at sea, is linked to over 50 cruise ships worldwide.

- Cruise Lottery - Guests can play the cruise lottery for a chance to win a 7-day cruise.

- Tournaments - Join in the fun of a Slot or Blackjack tournament for that extra chance to win big.

- Gaming Lessons - Learn how to play a new casino game with free gaming lessons onboard.

At the Movies

Watch movies with free popcorn in the ship's movie theatre, or on the giant LED screen on deck. Ship Flicks, a catalogue of over 1,000 DVD titles is also available for stateroom delivery and viewing.

Explorations Café

The Explorations Café, powered by The New York Times, offers a comfortable coffee house environment where you can browse through one of the most extensive libraries at sea, view a wide array of audio and video programming, or simply read the morning paper. Guests can also enjoy fresh pastries and their favourite espresso drink provided by Torrefazione Italia.

Internet stations featuring news and email, with free access to The New York Times online edition (wireless hot spots also available for those traveling with laptops) are also available, as well as destinations-related content and travel-related crossword puzzles provided by The New York Times. For those looking for another kind of relaxing activity, there are also large jigsaw puzzle tables.

Art Tours

Holland America Line is known for the extensive art collections onboard each of its ships. Now, fine art goes high tech. The line invites you to enjoy the self-guided walking tour for each ship which highlights the art onboard an eclectic collection that is valued at tens of millions of dollars.

Narrated by well-known radio hosts Paul Lasley and Elizabeth Harryman, the 30-40 minute tours include walking directions, interviews with artists, background music and thumbnails of some of the artwork. Download the ship-specific art tour onto your personal iPod, MP3 or portable media player before you embark on your Holland America Line cruise. Pre-loaded art tours are also available on board.

Art Gallery

As a guest onboard Holland America Line, you are invited to indulge your inner art connoisseur by immersing yourself in the ship’s exclusive onboard gallery and fine art experience. Through exciting live auctions, dazzling gallery exhibitions, enriching educational programs and intimate champagne-sipping enthusiast events, you are destined for a memorable artistic encounter that will ignite your passion for fine art.

Representatives from Park West Gallery bring their expertise to Holland America Line and afford the art novice to seasoned aficionado access to an extensive array of paintings, prints, drawings, watercolours, mixed-media, sports memorabilia and animation art. Park West engages guests in a way that is sure to surprise and delight every level of collector.

Vibrant works of art by world-renowned contemporary artist Peter Max, quiet cottage scenes by Thomas Kinkade and collectable sports memorabilia from favourite athletes are but glimpses of the broad range of exquisite items offered by Park West Gallery to guests on board Holland America Line. Be sure to visit the gallery on embarkation day to pre-register for the art activities and ensure a space in one of the educational programs and champagne events. Gallery event guests also have the opportunity to take home a complimentary gift of art and enter raffle drawings for special art prizes.

Founded in 1969, Park West Gallery has brought fine works of art to more than 1.3 million clients worldwide through events at sea, at its gallery locations in Michigan and Florida, and by select auctions in major metropolitan areas. Every purchase from Park West Gallery comes with a certificate of authenticity, assuring that each is subjected to the highest level of artistic and critical scrutiny. The gallery also offers convenient shipping and framing services so you may easily enjoy your new work of art at home.

Photo Gallery

It all begins with a great photo taken at embarkation -- the first of many photo opportunities. Your onboard photographers, called "Image Creators" will be with you throughout the cruise, ready to capture that special moment at the Bon Voyage Party, Formal Night, Scenic Cruising and more.

The Photo Gallery on board offers print and digital photos, photo packages and DVDs of your cruise itinerary and voyage. Be sure to take home memories of your voyage that will last a lifetime.

Black Label Photography

Whether the look he captures on film is thoughtful, irreverent or joyous, Joe Craig believes a successful photograph reveals the soul of its subject. He has spent his life perfecting his craft and teaching it to others. See what his approach can show you.

Joe Craig Black Label creates images that blend innocence and sophistication. It’s a great opportunity for you and your friends, family or special someone to capture the memory of your voyage in interpretive photography.

All Black Label artists on board are personally trained by Joe, and studio sessions are complimentary, with no obligation to buy and no sitting fee.

The Signature Shops

Discover a world-class shopping experience only steps away. The Signature Shops onboard offer a great selection of fine jewellery, watches, fragrances, premium liquor, exclusive Holland America Line souvenirs and more all at tax and duty free savings. You’ll find many famous brands with designer names specially selected with you in mind. Knowledgeable specialists will gladly answer all your questions and are dedicated to providing you with excellent service, helping to make your cruise vacation, relaxing and enjoyable.

Queens Lounge & Culinary Centre

The Queens Lounge and Culinary Arts Centre on the Oosterdam is a multi purpose venue with its own bar and hosting a number of activities including gourmet cooking lessons in the state of the art demonstration kitchen, wine tasting and line dancing. It can be found on deck 2 of the ship.

Enrichment

Digital Workshop powered by Windows

Guests on Holland America Line cruises can learn how to display and share their vacation memories through the Digital Workshop powered by Windows. This enrichment program offers free, informative sessions that are led by a Microsoft-trained "techspert" on a variety of relevant topics such as:

• How to take, edit and enhance better photos

• How to post your photos to the web or email them to friends and family back home

• How to create blog entries, videos, scrapbooks and more

The Digital Workshop offers many free, easy-to-use photo sharing tips and tools, so it's not necessary to be an expert photographer or an experienced computer user to benefit from the program. The workshops showcase state-of-the-art technology provided and maintained by Microsoft -- including Windows8 computers, printers, scanners and a wireless network -- and conveniently have their own dedicated space on each ship. Flat-screen TVs in each session allow for easy viewing of videos and "techspert" demonstrations.

The jargon-free interactive classes include:

• Editing your cruise photos

• Turning your cruise photos and videos into a slide show

• Getting your photos out of the camera and into the computer

• Advanced editing of your cruise photos

• Sharing your cruise photos via email and the Internet

• PC safety and maintenance

• Learning fun ways of staying connected with instant messaging and webcams

• Learning the basics of staying connected through social networking

• Understanding the basics of your digital camera

• Learning what PC is right for your lifestyle and how to find the best offers

• Seeing how Windows 8 can simplify your PC and your life

Guests can choose to attend all or just some of these 60-minute workshops, each of which will be offered at various times and days throughout each cruise. Multiple workshops will be held every day. In addition, one-on-one coaching called "Techspert Time" will also be available every day.

Scheduling of classes can be done on board only and cannot be pre-reserved prior to sailing.

On Location

From steel drum lessons in the Caribbean, to tai chi with a master in Asia, to Celtic fiddlers in the Canadian Maritimes—Holland America Line’s "On Location" program brings local culture to life showcasing unique entertainment and enriching activities as well as the cuisine of each region.

"On Location" provides so many experiences for guests to enjoy, like taking a Tango lesson in Argentina, a hula class in Hawaii or searching the southern sky with an astronomer in the South Pacific, the options go on and on. The Culinary Arts Center also comes alive as visiting chefs from along the route add local flavour to cooking shows and hands-on classes. Guests may choose to prepare the perfect salmon in Alaska, make sushi in Asia or learn to enhance dishes with the spices of the Caribbean. Wine lovers can pair food with the perfect wine as experts from vineyards in Europe, Australia and Chile host tastings.

There will also be a new sizzle to Holland America Line’s menus each day. The onboard chefs will create dishes using locally sourced ingredients, which will delight guests with an enticing array of regional cuisine.

Culinary Arts Centre - Demonstrations & Classes

Hosted by the on-board party planner, classes take place in the Culinary Arts Centre, a first-class “show kitchen at sea,” or in one of the many bars and lounges. The line schedules classes throughout the day on both sea and port days to fulfil the demand for the culinary program.

Ranging from seasonal cuisine to fruit and vegetable art, the flavourful and fun classes enable guests to learn from Holland America Line’s own professional culinary staff and discover the finer art of entertaining during their cruise. Itinerary themed cooking demonstrations focus on the ship’s sailing region and bring the local flavours on board. When in Alaska, the program offers “Flavours of the Northwest” and “Fresh Ketch.” Guests sailing on Caribbean itineraries may learn how to make jerk chicken or shrimp scampi, while those on Mediterranean cruises could prepare pasta with chorizo sauce or a warm crostini with classic caponata and mozzarella.

Culinary Arts Centre - Signature Cooking Classes

The Culinary Art Centre features a theatre-style venue, with two large plasma video screens and a large cooking display counter where guests can learn from Holland America Line’s own professional culinary staff. Offered on all sailings and ranging from itinerary based cuisine to fruit and vegetable art, the flavourful and fun classes enable guests to discover the finer art of entertaining during their cruise. Sign up for an intimate hands on cooking class or attend one of the very popular cooking demonstrations in the theatre.

Culinary Arts Centre - Wine Tasting and Mixology

In conjunction with the Holland America Line Beverage team, the Culinary Art Centre offers a Signature Cocktail program where guests can learn how to prepare world class cocktails from one of the ship’s bartenders. Wine tastings hosted by the Cellar Master and Party Planner are also available on every cruise. You can enjoy two different tasting levels – Navigator Wine Tasting or Premium Wine Tasting.

Culinary Arts Centre - Party Planner

To complete the culinary experience the Culinary Art Centre features demonstrations on the Fine Art of Flower Arranging, Ice Carving, Cake Decorating, Plate Presentation and Garnishing, Easy Entertaining and more. All hosted by the onboard Party Planner and demonstrated by Holland America Line culinary experts, florists, and carvers.

Health & Fitness

Greenhouse Spa & Salon

Of all the fascinating places you can visit on a Holland America cruise ship, none rejuvenates and relaxes like the Greenhouse Spa & Salon, featuring heavenly beauty and wellness rituals. Choose the blissful pampering of a facial therapy or let the trained fingers of a massage therapist soothe your muscles while working fragrant oils into your skin. Enjoy therapeutic water treatments as you steam in a thermal suite or bathe in herbs, all the while cruising to exotic destinations and enjoying the indulgences that are a signature feature of luxurious Holland America Line cruises.

Relaxing treatment rooms also offer breathtaking views where guests can enjoy exotic skin, body and hair treatments ranging from hot stone massages and pedicures to hair styling and facials. Facilities include:

• A hydrotherapy pool bubbling with warm, therapeutic seawater. (Available on select ships only.)

• Heated ceramic lounge reminiscent of an opulent Turkish bath [except ms Prinsendam.]

• Private treatment rooms, including couple's massage rooms.

• Massage therapy inspired by an exotic blend of cultures — from Hawaiian Lomi Lomi to the Thai Herbal Poultice Massage.

• The latest exotic skin, body, hair and nail treatments.

• Knowledgeable, professional therapists trained to guide you through your spa experience.

Fitness Centre & Onboard Recreations

Holland America Line makes it easy for you to stay fit and trim while on your journey with fully equipped fitness centres (minimum age for guests using the fitness centre is 16 years old) and sports courts. Fitness centres aboard each ship include exercise and weight training equipment, and sports courts may include tennis, volleyball or basketball. Their broad, generously proportioned teak decks are perfect for walkers and joggers, and when you are finished exercising, cool off in one of the pools. To maintain or achieve optimum health, work with one of the qualified personal trainers or take one of the fitness classes lead by knowledgeable instructors.

Fitness classes may include:

• Pathway to Yoga: Yoga is an ancient Hindu practice that offers a pathway to enlightenment through specific postures and breathing techniques. They offer a variety of Yoga styles in classes for students of all levels.

• Mat Pilates: Developed in the 1920s by the legendary personal trainer Joseph Pilates, the Pilates method is an exercise system that combines posture and controlled moves. This class is mat based and appropriate for students of all levels.

• Cardio Ki-Bo Circuit Training: A great combination of Chi-releasing moves including boxercise, kickboxing and aerobic conditioning. They place emphasis on technique and help push you to your cardiovascular limit.

• Aquarobics: This program features a low-impact water workout. You will effortlessly strengthen tone and energise mind and body.

• Pilates Reformer: The Pilates method is an exercise system focused on improving flexibility and strength for the total body without building bulk. The Pilates method is not just exercise; it is a series of controlled movements engaging your body and mind, performed on specifically designed exercise apparatus and supervised by trained fitness directors.

There is also a Sports Court up on Deck 11, designed for both Volleyball and Basketball.

Lido & Sea View Pool

The Sea View Pool aft of deck 9 is the ship's open air pool featuring two whirlpools and served by the Sea View Bar and Slice the pizzeria.

The pool itself has a shallow area around the edge of it for sitting in to cool down. This pool is designated for adults only.

The Lido Pool is also located midship on deck 9. It has 3 hot tubs and is protected by a retractable glass dome cover during inclement weather. It is served by the Lido Bar and Trident Grill for light meals and has a bandstand for live entertainment. 

Holland America Line invites you to dine “As You Wish”. To savour Italian cuisine one night and a perfectly grilled porterhouse steak the next. To take your place in the Dining Room at a specific seating time or be spontaneous, following your desires. Onboard, there are restaurants to suit every mood, along with the flexibility to choose the dining style you prefer.

Pinnacle Grill

Experience: cover

Food: surf_turf

Refined and luxurious, the Pinnacle Grill represents the pinnacle of exceptional dining. Creative, innovative menus featuring choice sustainability raised beef and premium seafood delight the palate.

The Pinnacle Grill on the Lower Promenade Deck is an intimate reservations only additional charge restaurant.

Dishes on offer range from premium sterling silver beef, filet mignon and jumbo prawns, and broiled lobster tail to Caesar salad and lobster bisque for starters and chocolate and raisin bread and butter pudding or baked Alaska for dessert.

The lunch time menu offers dishes such as fish sandwiches on sourdough bread, pasta and salads.

For one evening per cruise, The Pinnacle is transformed into “An Evening at le Cirque” with a change to its wine list and table decorations and the menu serving dishes from Sirio Maccioni’s legendary New York Restaurant such as lobster salad, sweetcorn soup, seared black cod, three cheese ravioli and creme brulee.

Canaletto Restaurant

Experience: cover

Food: italian

Named for the famous 18th Century Venetian artist, the Canaletto Restaurant is adjacent to the Lido Restaurant dining area. “Spartire” is the Italian word for sharing; the new menu is designed around this authentic Italian experience and offers a variety of dishes to enjoy and share with family and friends.

The Canaletto Restaurant located on Deck 9, in a corner of the Lido Restaurant, is the ship’s reservations only complimentary Italian restaurant, serving dinner.

Food on offer includes a selection of antipasti, soups and salads ranging from minestrone soup to tomato, cucumber and olive salad, pasta such as seafood linguini and spaghetti and meatballs and desserts including tiramisu, ice cream and chocolate mille-feuille.

Main Dining Room- Vista

Experience: complimentary

Food: fine

On crisp white linen, course after course arrives. Behind the scenes, master chefs have brought flavours to perfection. For an elegant breakfast, leisurely lunch or unforgettable five-course dinners designed by Master Chef Rudi Sodamin, the main dining room is your destination for elegant dining aboard.

As You Wish Dining- Flexibility is the hallmark of Holland America Line’s As You Wish dining program, and in the main Dining Room, it’s your choice of a traditional pre-set seating and dining time or a flexible open schedule.

One level of the two-tiered restaurant will offer a flexible/open dining service from 5.15pm to 9 pm daily, and the other will host two seatings, an early seating at 5.45pm and main seating at 8pm. Pre-set dining times are subject to change based on itinerary. Guests selecting flexible open seating may make reservations daily during a cruise up to 4pm, or simply walk up anytime during dining hours.

Le Cirque

Experience: cover

Food: french

Holland America Line has added another famous partnership to its innovative culinary program as it enters into an exclusive agreement with the illustrious Le Cirque restaurant to offer “An Evening at Le Cirque” in the Pinnacle Grill. Master Chef Rudi Sodamin worked with Le Cirque’s Executive Chef Craig Hopson to re-create the legendary eatery’s whimsical ambiance and award-winning dining experience onboard — from serving the amuse-bouche on fanciful orange Le Cirque china to featuring the restaurant’s famous crème brûlée.

For at least one night per voyage, the Pinnacle Grill will transform into a Le Cirque–like atmosphere. On these special evenings, menu offerings, wine selections, table decorations and the restaurant setting are tailored to create an authentic Le Cirque dining experience that is sure to impress both the eyes and palates.

Lido Restaurant

Experience: cover

Food: varies

Located in the centre of the Lido deck, the Lido Restaurant offers relaxed dining, extensive menu selections and as always, impeccable service from an attentive, yet unobtrusive staff. Bountiful breakfasts feature fresh-squeezed orange juice, cooked-to-order omelettes, pancakes, fresh fruits, natural cereals and yogurts. For lunch, cuisine from around the world, including Asian stir-fry, sushi, pizza, pasta, gourmet sandwiches and an extensive salad bar. At dinner time, the Lido features waiter service and entrées from both the Lido and main Dining Room menus. Dine indoors in air-conditioned comfort or enjoy the fresh salt air on deck.

Terrace Grill

Experience: cover

Food: buffet

Located outside on the Lido Deck, the Terrace Grill features portable buffet bars offering pizza, nachos, grilled hamburgers and hot dogs with all the trimmings, sandwiches and gourmet sausages. Whether cruising the tropics where it’s sunny and warm or enjoying the cooler destinations under an insulated sliding glass roof, enjoy a relaxed lunch poolside at the Terrace Grill.

Explorations Café

Experience: cover

Food: cafe

Explorations Cafe, located on the Observation Deck, features a bar serving speciality coffees and pastries.

Club HAL - Kids

Children, ages 3-7, can participate in such activities as pirate treasure hunts, hands-on pizza making, storytelling, "Little Artists" crafts, ice cream sundae parties and a farewell pyjama party.

All children participating in Club HAL must be completely toilet trained. No diapers or pull–ups are permitted in the Youth Centre. Youth Staff cannot assist children in the restroom.

Club HAL - Tweens

Tweens, ages 8-12 take part in Xbox and Wii tournaments, relay races, scavenger hunts, karaoke disco parties and participate in the award-winning National Park Service Jr. Ranger Program in Alaska on Alaska cruises.

The Loft and The Oasis - Teens

Teens, ages 13-17 enjoy mocktail mixology classes, late night sporting competitions, teen yoga and hip hop classes, guys verses girls scavenger hunts, cooking demos, tech classes and teen only night club events. When there are more than 100 children onboard, a HAL Talent Show is offered. [The Loft and Oasis are not available on the Prinsendam. The Oasis is located on the Statendam, Ryndam, Veendam, Rotterdam, Zaandam, Volendam and Amsterdam.]

Culinary Arts Centre

Workshops and lively demonstrations for kids and teens offering basic cooking techniques, kitchen safety and recipe instruction. Workshops are offered for two age groups: ages 3-7, and ages 8-15. Demonstrations are open to all ages.

Disabled Facilities

Service Animals

Holland America Line only permits service animals onboard, defined as those animals that are individually trained to provide assistance to an individual with a disability. They do not permit guests to bring pets, therapy/companion animals, and other animals that do not meet the definition of service animals. If you have any questions about whether the animal you wish to bring on board is, in fact, a service animal, you may contact the Access & Compliance Department.

Guests who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing

To help maximise the cruise experience for guests who are deaf or hard of hearing, Holland America Line has made the following items available:

• Stateroom kits that include a visual and tactile alert for someone knocking at the door, the phone ringing, or an alarm.

• Stateroom televisions capable of showing closed captioning (some satellite feeds do not transmit with captioning, so this feature is available only when the signal the ship receives has captioning).

• Telephones with amplified sound for staterooms.

• Assistive Listening Systems with portable receivers in the show lounges to assist guests who are hard of hearing to hear the shows.

• Written safety information and a copy of the lifeboat drill safety speech.

Guests who are Blind or have Low Vision

To help maximise the cruise experience for our guests who are blind or have low vision, Holland America Line has made the following items available:

• Window-Eyes computer software in the Explorations Café that allows guests to navigate the web by listening to the text.

• Downloadable daily activities, news, and menus for guests with laptops with screen reader programs. These items may also be downloaded to the Window-Eyes enabled computer in the Explorations Café.

• With 45 days notice, large print or Braille menus describing the inspired cuisine offered across a myriad of venues, from the elegant Dining Room to the casual Lido Restaurant.

• Familiarisation tour of the vessel upon arrival.

Cruising for Children with Special Needs

At Holland America Line we do not discriminate against individuals on the basis of disability. We seek to the extent feasible to accommodate the needs of all individuals with disabilities, including children. However, due to the sensitivity of caring for any child, with or without a disability, we must first determine what the child's specific needs are so we may properly evaluate and determine the best and safest way to meet the child's needs. We encourage families to contact our Access & Compliance Department prior to their cruise, to evaluate and determine what the child's specific needs will be and how best to accommodate those needs.

Personal Mobility Equipment

For the safety of all our guests and crew and to enhance accessibility, Holland America Line strongly recommends that all personal electric mobility equipment meets the following criteria:

Width: 23" maximum in order to be accommodated in a standard stateroom, unless collapsible to a width of 23" or less

Weight: 100 lbs. maximum without battery

Batteries: Must be Gel or Dry Cell or AGM (Absorbed Glass Mat) only

They recognise that for some people, a larger scooter may be essential. If you believe you need a larger scooter, please contact the Access & Compliance Department so that you can discuss your requirements.

Special Dietary Requirements

For guests with food intolerances or allergies that are not life-threatening, please contact the Ship Services Department. For guests with life-threatening food allergies, Holland America Line asks that guests provide detailed information to the Access & Compliance Department by completing a Special Requirements Information (SRI) Form. Guests should indicate on this form which foods may potentially cause a severe reaction.

Guests with a variety of severe food allergies sail with Holland America Line regularly. Their galley staff on board is accustomed to and experienced in dealing with these types of needs. The galley itself has many different areas of food preparation, which can help reduce the possibility of cross-contamination. It is important to note, however, that meals are prepared in mass quantities on board, thus there is always the possibility of some cross-contamination. As such, Holland America Line cannot guarantee that a guest will not come in contact with those items. Although the Access & Compliance Department will provide the ship with an advance notice of all food allergies detailed on an SRI submitted to them, it is recommended that guests also contact the Dining Room Manager upon boarding to review the details of these special dietary needs.

Age Restrictions

Guests under 21 years of age must be accompanied by a parent, guardian or chaperone who is at least 21 years old; one adult chaperone is required for every five people under the age of 21 (25 years of age or older in the case of persons serving as chaperones for approved organised student/youth groups). Alcoholic beverages will not be served to guests under age 21. Due to limited medical facilities on the ships, we will not accept reservations for infants under 6 months old at time of sailing. For trans-ocean crossings, or other itineraries which the Medical Department feel present a significant risk, infants must be a minimum of 12 months of age at embarkation. Guest under the age of 16 are not allowed in the Greenhouse Spa & Salon.

Minors under age 18 traveling to certain foreign countries must be accompanied by both parents or have a notarised letter of consent signed by the parent(s) not traveling. If the other parent is deceased or the child has only one legal parent, a notarised statement must be obtained as proof.

All minors under age 18 must travel with all proper identification requirements in addition to the signed letter of authorisation. Minors who are U.S. citizens should have a certified copy of their birth certificate or another form of proof of citizenship. Children 16 or older are also required to have a photo ID. If traveling outside of the Western Hemisphere, a passport is required. Your travel agent can provide additional information about this requirement.

Parents, guardians and chaperones are responsible for overseeing the conduct of minors in their care. As such, minors may not be left unsupervised on board the ship. A parent or legal guardian MUST accompany all children under the age of 18 on all tours for safety and liability reasons.

Minors Going Ashore

Parents and guardians are responsible for deciding whether or not minors under age 16 are allowed to go ashore without adult supervision. If you want to permit a minor traveling with you to go ashore without an adult companion, please discuss this in advance with the ship's Security Officer so that they can make a notation of this in the gangway control system software. Absent this approval, the security personnel will generally prohibit minors from leaving the ship without an adult companion although the line cannot provide absolute assurances in this regard. It is ultimately the responsibility of parents and guardians to ensure that minors traveling with them act in accordance with their instructions.

Dress Code

The right clothing can make a big difference in the enjoyment of your cruise. First and foremost, dress for comfort. Daily life aboard ship and in ports of call is relaxed and casual. Warmer climates call for clothing made of lightweight, breathable fabrics. For cooler climates, the line suggests casual clothes that can be layered easily and possibly a raincoat and waterproof hat or umbrella and gloves. Certain shore excursions may require particular attention to clothing. For example, certain churches or other places of worship may not allow tank tops or short pants. Bring a swimsuit as all of our ships have pools and whirlpools. You may wish to bring more than one outfit for the water. We ask that you wear shoes and a cover-up over a bathing suit when walking through the interior of the ship. If you would like to jog on the sports deck or work out in the fitness centre, bring workout gear. Footwear should include comfortable walking shoes for visits ashore and sandals or rubber-soled shoes for strolling on deck.

Evening dress falls into two distinct categories: Formal or Smart Casual. Smart Casual can be defined as slacks and collared shirts for men and casual dresses, slacks and informal evening wear for women. T-shirts, swimsuits, tank tops and shorts are not allowed in the restaurants or public areas during the evening hours. On festive Formal evenings, ladies may wear a suit, cocktail dress, gown or fancy blouse/top with slacks and gentlemen wear a jacket and tie, dark suit or tuxedo. There are approximately two formal nights per week.

In order to complement your fellow guests, Holland America Line asks that you observe the suggested dress code throughout the entire evening.

Drinks Package

Cellar Master Package (prices starting at $224.00) — includes Wine Navigator’s Choice of 5 bottles; standard wine tasting; premium wine tasting; Pinnacle Grill dinner; wine related gift set; Holland America commemorative bottle of wine.

Dining Packages

Evenings in the Pinnacle Package ($52.00 per person) — includes two evenings in the Pinnacle Grill. Booking the package reflects a $6 per person savings. Reservation times confirmed once on board.

Signature Dining Package ($35.00 per person) — includes one evening in the Pinnacle Grill and one in Canaletto. Booking the package reflects a $4 per person savings. Reservation times confirmed once on board.

[Distinctive Dining Package ($50.00 per person) — includes one evening in the the Pinnacle Grill, one in Canaletto, and one in Tamarind. Booking the package reflects a $9 per person savings. Exclusively on the ms Nieuw Amsterdam and ms Eurodam. Reservation times confirmed once on board.]

E-Cigarette Policy

Electronic cigarettes are permitted in staterooms but not in other public areas of the ship other than on outside decks designated as smoking areas.

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