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HOLLAND AMERICA LINE
300 Elliott Avenue West
Seattle, Washington 98119
(800) 426-0327
(206) 281-3535
www.hollandamerica.com
 
Amsterdam: entered service in 2000; 62,735 GRT; 780 x 105.8 feet; 1,380-passenger capacity; 690 cabins; European and international officers, Indonesian and Filipino crew; cruises the Caribbean, Panama Canal, Alaska, South America, South Pacific, and world voyages (Category B-five+ stars).

Eurodam: entered service in 2008; 86,273 GRT; 936 x 105.8 feet; 2,104-passenger capacity; 1,052 cabins; European and international officers and Indonesian and Filipino crew; Caribbean cruises during winter, European cruises during summer, and East Coast of the United States and Canada during fall (Category B-five+ stars).

Maasdam: entered service in 1993; 55,575 GRT; 719 x 101 feet; 1,258-passenger capacity; 629 cabins; European and international officers and Indonesian and Filipino crew; cruises the southern and eastern Caribbean, eastern Canada/New England, Canada, Europe and transatlantic (Category B-five stars).

Nieuw Amsterdam: entered service in 2010; 86,273 GRT; 936 x 105.8 feet; 2,106-passenger capacity; 1,053 cabins; European and international officers, Indonesian and Filipino crew; Caribbean cruises during fall/winter and European cruises during summer (Category B-six stars).

Prinsendam (formerly Royal Viking Sun and Seabourn Sun): entered service in 1988; renovated in 2008 and 2010; 37,983 GRT; 669 x 106 feet; 835-passenger capacity; 419 cabins; European and international officers and Indonesian and Filipino crew; cruises Western Europe, Mediterranean, , Norwegian fjords, Black Sea, transatlantic, Caribbean, Panama Canal, South America, and Amazon River (Category B-five stars).

Rotterdam: entered service in 1997; 61,859 GRT; 780 x 105.8 feet; 1,404-passenger capacity; 702 cabins; European and international officers, Indonesian and Filipino crew; cruises the Mediterranean Sea, Europe, , Far East, and Asia (Category B-five+ stars).

Ryndam: entered service in 1994; refurbished in 2010; 55,819 GRT; 720 x 101 feet; 1,260-passenger capacity; 630 cabins; European and international officers and Indonesian and Filipino crew; cruises the Caribbean and Europe (Category B-five stars).

Statendam: entered service in 1993; refurbished in 2010; 55,819 GRT; 720 x 101 feet; 1,260-passenger capacity; 630 cabins; European and international officers and Indonesian and Filipino crew; cruises Alaska, Pacific Northwest, Panama Canal, and South Pacific (Category B-five stars).

Veendam: entered service in 1996; refurbished in 2009; 57,092 GRT; 720 x 101 feet; 1,350-passenger capacity; 675 cabins; European and international officers and Indonesian and Filipino crew; cruises , Caribbean, Canada/New England, Panama Canal, Mexico and Hawaii (Category B-five stars).

Volendam and Zaandam: entered service in 1999 and 2000, respectively; 61,396 GRT; 780 x 105.8 feet; 1,432-passenger capacity; 716 cabins; European and international officers and Filipino and Indonesian crew; Volendam cruises South Pacific, Australia/New Zealand, Southeast Asia, and Alaska; Zaandam cruises South America and Alaska (Category B-five stars).

Zuiderdam, Oosterdam, Westerdam, and Noordam: entered service in 2002, 2003, 2004, and 2006, respectively; 82,305 GRT; 935 x 105.8 feet; 1,916-passenger capacity on Zuiderdam, Oosterdam, and Westerdam, 1,924 on Noordam; 958- 962 cabins; European and international officers and Indonesian and Filipino crew; Zuiderdam cruises the Caribbean, Alaska, and Panama Canal; Oosterdam cruises Alaska , and Australia/New Zealand; Westerdam cruises the Caribbean, Panama Canal, and Alaska; and Noordam cruises the Caribbean, Mediterranean, and transatlantic (Category B-five+ stars).
 
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