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10 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: October 2017
This was our 5th cruise with H.A.L., so we've had good experiences in the past, and we have been on the Rotterdam before; so we know they are capable of doing better. The only good thing about this cruise was the clean cabin and the young ... Read More
This was our 5th cruise with H.A.L., so we've had good experiences in the past, and we have been on the Rotterdam before; so we know they are capable of doing better. The only good thing about this cruise was the clean cabin and the young man that kept it that way. Nothing else even measured up to average. The smell of mold in our hallway was so strong we had to take a deep breath before leaving our room and rushing to the elevator. Food and its presentation was worse than any restaurant we've ever visited. When I complained the employees argued with me, like it was my fault it wasn't good. At the Captain's Brunch, my fish was cold and raw and covered in a gooey disguise of garnish. Carpets were either grimy or damp. Employees were engaged in their own conversations, or totally disinterested in the guests. Excursions were frequently cancelled, and we could understand why when little was done to make them meaningful. Entertainment was mediocre. The last two days were at sea, and it was the best weather of the trip so we were trying to enjoy the deck...well, good luck with that, because a crew of construction workers and their supplies came aboard at the previous port and were breaking up a tile structure above us, shouting, banging, prying, crashing... horrible. As the saying goes, poor attitudes and poor customer relations come from the top down. This captain does not run a tight or tidy ship, and our requests and comments were not welcome. It's just as easy to make good food and it is to make bad food. It's just as easy to listen to a customer as it is to argue with a customer. Holland America has evidently made its choice to go to the dark side. Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: October 2017
We had never been to Canada. We live in Florida so this longer cruise was perfect, we only had to fly one way. We love to travel on Holland America Lines, so the fact that Zuiderdam was due for an interior face lift did not bother us. We ... Read More
We had never been to Canada. We live in Florida so this longer cruise was perfect, we only had to fly one way. We love to travel on Holland America Lines, so the fact that Zuiderdam was due for an interior face lift did not bother us. We know and love their standards, so could put up with a few chips and rips. The Crew was wonderful, always helpful & Roxan in the Ocean Bar is the Best Waiter on board. the Food was a little odd by the second week. (an awful lot of fish, for someone who does not eat fin fish.) The food we ordered was good & we could order a baked potato if the sides did not appeal. I must say that the entertainment on board was a little disappointing, where did all the small bands and other singers & guitar players, that used to be in the small bars, Crows Nest, Atrium & Dining Room go? We miss being able to order afternoon drinks & listen to a Duo or single musician entertain us. The music seems to be at night & if that band is needed for the main show, nothing!!! Read Less
7 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: October 2017
Just completed sailing on the Holland America Zuiderdam October 12th to 22nd, 12 day Atlantic Coast beginning in Quebec City, Canada to Fort Lauderdale, Florida. This was our 11th cruise and first time with HAL. We are 2 couples in our ... Read More
Just completed sailing on the Holland America Zuiderdam October 12th to 22nd, 12 day Atlantic Coast beginning in Quebec City, Canada to Fort Lauderdale, Florida. This was our 11th cruise and first time with HAL. We are 2 couples in our early 60's and have travelled extensively world wide. We generally choose cruises based more on the itinerary than a particular cruise line. This one offered 9 ports of call over 12 days, more than offered by other cruise lines for this route. We spent 2 days prior to the departure date in Quebec City and were not disappointed. Quebec City is a beautiful place to visit full of history and friendly people. We would suggest doing this prior to embarking on this port. Embarkation was quick and simple through a very modern terminal only a short cab ride away from most hotels and the airport. Onboard it was the usual have lunch on the Lido Deck at the buffet. Our adjoining balcony cabins on deck 8 were already open so it was a quick drop off of the carry-on bags and off to lunch. The Lido Market Buffet is well laid out with different stations for various foods. There is ample seating with most tables adjacent large windows. Turnover is quick and the service for drinks and table cleaning over staffed. The only difference with this buffet is that it is not a self serve as on other ships rather staff serve you instead along the various food areas. This gets confusing for a lot of people who for some reason ignore the "Serving Line Starts Here" signs and butt in halfway regardless. TIP: find an empty table first before wandering around with plates of food in hand looking for a place to sit. It amazed us that after 8 -10 days onboard people did not learn this. For breakfast both sides of the buffet are open with several stations offering a great assortment of food. Wait staff offer coffee, tea and most juices. Lunch is generally lemonade, Ice Tea and water. We did not have any complaints about the food in the Lido Market Buffet and time of the day. Check your daily cruise paper for hours. For evening dinning we opted for the Any Time Dining option which is in the Lower Vista Dining Room on deck 2 Aft. As we generally eat at the same time we were assigned a nice table for 4 adjacent to the window for the duration. This allowed us to get to know the Server and assistants for this station. Food was generally very good compared to other lines with a wide range of options for mains and desserts. Service was excellent and unlike most dining rooms the tables were spaced further apart rather than being crammed in. The staff there really enjoyed serving and everyone greeted you are enthusiastic as were ALL staff on this ship. Holland America does a great job of training their staff from cabin attendants, maintenance, hotel workers and all officers. This was a welcome change from the five other cruise lines we have sailed with. Not a single person working on this boat had a frown on their face and greeted you earnestly. This ship was launched in 2002 and despite her age it is in great condition. At the time of this writing the Zuiderdam is in dry-dock going through extensive renovations and when finished will be the pride of the HAL line. The ship is well laid out and easy to manoeuvre all decks. The only thing we missed was a Centrum in the middle of the ship with several stories of stair cases and indoor elevators where events take place daily. We spent a lot of time afternoons after excursions and sea days in the Crow's Nest on deck 10 forward. This room offers a 180 degree view forward with plenty of comfortable seating areas and large windows. Every afternoon Happy Hour runs from 4:00PM to 6:00 with great discounts on drinks and free snacks. Many activities such as Team Trivia are played there daily. There are plenty of elevators available forward, aft and mid ship and run quite quickly. Of course there are the stairs as well. The Vista Lounge where the large shows play is on 2 and 3 forward and has ample seating. The early show usually starts at 8:00PM and the good seats are taken as early as 7:00 so you have to get there early after dinner or go to the late show at 10:00PM. A must see is the B.B. King Blues Club where a live Blues/Jazz band plays nightly. Dancing is encouraged. Of all the cruise lines we have sailed on we have never had a Ship's Captain like Wouter Van Hoogdalem on this boat. He was everywhere and greeted people like they are his best friend. He provided a 1 hour seminar going into detail of the running of the ship like nothing we have seen before with a very funny Q & A. Evening entertainment was the typical cruise ship format with singers and dancers doing broadway type musical shows. All were worth seeing. We did miss the dedicated Comedy Club that Carnival offers though. Our Balcony cabin was well laid out with a King Bed, pull out couch and chairs. The bathroom has a 3/4 size tub and shower which if much nicer than the usual shower stall with tiny curtain. Storage is ample and the balcony much larger than offered on other ships for the same category. We were able to join the balcony with our travel companions in the adjacent cabin. The cabin attendants did a great job to cleaning and re-stocking several times a day. The small fridge is welcome however the tiny TV with only a handful of stations is a joke. After dry-dock all cabins are getting 42 inch LED TV's with 50 or so channels. We also found that his ship was very stable during high waves, more so than other ships we have sailed on this size. On this cruise there were about 2000 passengers and 800 staff. There never seemed to be a shortage of staff available. Ages ranged from early 60's and on up. We would guess the average age of passengers is about 72. There were plenty of walkers and electric carts so movement around the ship can be slow at time and extremely slow getting on and off coaches on the excursions. This line tends to cater to seniors and repeat cruisers. Many we talked to only cruise with HAL. We would not hesitate to either after this one. We loved the ship and the way staff made you feel welcome. The fellow passengers not so much. Smiles go a long way and being rude to staff does not make for a pleasant cruise. Remember, if you had a bad time on this cruise it was your fault not the Zuiderdam's. The only negative on this cruise was the Portland Maine Cruise Terminal security staff. They went out of their way to be rude and ignorant. We would not ever visit this city again. We opted for more private tours in port than ship's excursions which are over priced and we do not like being on a coach with 45 other passengers and being dumped off in a shopping area for more time than the actual tour. Read Less
Sail Date: October 2017
Chose this cruise because it stopped in Canaveral and we could disembark there rather than going to FLL. Other than that, the ports were pretty ordinary - Princess had better ports from Quebec to FLL and would have taken Princess except ... Read More
Chose this cruise because it stopped in Canaveral and we could disembark there rather than going to FLL. Other than that, the ports were pretty ordinary - Princess had better ports from Quebec to FLL and would have taken Princess except for the preferred disembarkation at Canaveral. We did lose a whole day by doing that. We were forced to disembark at 7:45. They did take our bags to the gates, so we didn't have a bag drag. No complaints about the restaurant - Pinnacle, for all the hype, is a little more than ordinary and the food not much above the dining room. Cabin was , for want of a better word, crummy. Coffee table all blistered and abused. Sofa was worn and well used. The deck chairs were stained. The bathroom tub was marred with black spots - the whole VA cabin needed renovation - steep price for that appearance. Room steward was fine and the cabin, while run down, was clean. See some people complained about the TV offerings, but on the whole, they were good. Front office staff were over worked and how they maintained their composure was beyond me. Cruise director left much to be desired. Activities were minimal - appeared, since the ship was going into dry dock upon arrival in FLL, he was already off duty. Lot of renovation had begun while were sailing - new carpeting on stairways and elevator landings - hallways and cabins could use new carpeting - don't know if they were all going to be replaced. Ship fairly stable in rough seas - but winds weren't broadside. Very apparent HAL is pinching pennies and holding up the passengers up for as much as they can wheedle out of them. They have gone way down hill. Read Less
9 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: October 2017
This was our fourth Holland America cruise and we chose this cruise for it's itinerary - Montreal to Ft. Lauderdale, thirteen days. We were looking for rest, relaxation, decompressing, and to visit some new ports and some ports we had ... Read More
This was our fourth Holland America cruise and we chose this cruise for it's itinerary - Montreal to Ft. Lauderdale, thirteen days. We were looking for rest, relaxation, decompressing, and to visit some new ports and some ports we had visited in the past. Flew into Montreal the day before and stayed at a very nice hotel in the Latin Quarter, Le Relais Lyonnais. If the Montreal authorities could possibly make the cab stand at Trudeau International more frustrating and confusing then I'm sure they would but it's bad enough as it is. However, clearing customs was a breeze and we spent a pleasant evening in the city before cabbing it to the terminal. Embarkation went smoothly. We were onboard shortly after 11, in our cabin rather quickly, and had a nice lunch in the Lido. Having read a lot of fairly negative reviews of the Veendam all I can say is that we found the ship to be in great shape. We didn't see any worn carpeting, scuffed walls, or any other signs of neglect. All the public rooms were impeccable. Our cabins, plural, were clean when we arrived and well maintained when we were there. The staff were all friendly and efficient. All in all I was very impressed with the ship. Dining was for the most part better than expected. We had a table for two in first sitting and took most of our meals in the main dining room. Again, service was great. Food was very good. I liked the fact that we could order a bottle of wine, enjoy half of it with dinner, and the wine steward would re-cork the bottle and save it for us for dinner the following evening. We went to the Lido for lunch and most breakfasts. I liked the fact that it was not an open buffet but was served instead - controlling the portions helped a lot. We were comped in the Canaletto for one meal and enjoyed it. We made reservations at the Pinnacle for the last night at sea and we didn't. The Pinnacle was the sole exception to impeccable service. Instead it was slow, it seemed like no single server was responsible for us, nobody asked us how we were enjoying our meal, and nobody filled our water glasses until after the mean when we were waiting for coffee and desert - then we were asked several times withing two or three minutes. In fairness, when we made our dissatisfaction known to the manager he refunded our money. I was willing to chalk it up to an off night. Entertainment was a mix. The few shows we saw in the theater were uninteresting at best and out-and-out bad at worst. Most evenings we went with movie or the music. Movie selection was good, though I wonder what they were thinking when they scheduled "Maudie", about Canadian folk artist Maude Lewis, the day after we left Halifax where there is a wonderful exhibition of her work. As for the music the jazz trio was pretty good, the piano guy left a bit to be desired, and the classical duet "Adagio" was fantastic. We listened to quite a few of their set and got to know them a bit. A truly lovely and very talented pair. Activities were there. My wife used the spa once. I went to the casino on a couple of occasions. What I noticed the most about that was how sparsely attended the casino was. Service, as I said, was impeccable. Cabin stewards Agus and Arif were efficient, receptive, friendly. I liked that the main dining room manager stopped by our table every night to ask how things were. Staff in all the dining rooms were unobtrusive and very good. And we wound up getting to know the hotel and front desk staff better than we had expected to Which brings me to cabin. Originally we had booked a window cabin but the week of departure I took advantage of an offered deal and upgraded to Vista Suite - Suite 150 on deck 9. We were happy with it and all was well until the third day of the cruise when we were in our cabin starting to get ready for dinner. All of a sudden a torrent of water comes pouring out of the ceiling right next to the bathroom door. We call housekeeping and someone was up in a shot and was soon spreading towels and putting down a bucket. Obviously we could not stay there, and in short order we were installed in Vista Suite 67 on deck 10. Everyone was very apologetic, it was a like-for-like switch on the cabin, things happen when your dealing with something as complex as a cruise ship, so I didn't think any more about it. It certainly didn't bother me at all. First night in the new cabin was fine, we were invited to dine at Canaletto the next evening, and everything seemed to be settled...until the second night. We were just getting ready for bed when out of nowhere it started. Some piece of machinery located across the hall from our cabin was started and the incredible vibration it created rapidly made our cabin uninhabitable. So it was back to the front desk again, hotel staff inspects the cabin again, and everyone agrees we can't stay there again. Problem being that there are no other Vista Suites. No Neptune Suites. Nothing really available except for an interior cabin down the hall next to the Neptune lounge. We're offered that until our original cabin is fixed. So for two days we were able to use our cabin only for quick showers and changes of clothes. Each night we would take what we needed and go down to cabin 29 to sleep. It took that long for cabin 150 to be fixed and dried out. When it was we were moved back and were there for the rest of the trip. And let me be clear that the Hotel staff were very apologetic. They did their best to handle each situation, worked very hard to fix the problems, and at no time acted like it was no big deal or an inconvenience. I mentioned the complementary dinner at Canaletto. When we were moved back to 150 there was a bottle of wine waiting for us. And they gave us a very nice credit to our shipboard account on the last night, again with their apologies. I have no complaints about how they dealt with things. Shore excursions were the one sore point. We had EXC excursions in Quebec City, Sydney, Bar Harbor, New York and Charleston. We would have had another in Prince Edward Island but that port call was cancelled due to weather. The Quebec City tour was very good - walking tour of the old city - even if the weather was terrible. Tours in Sydney and Cape Breton were excellent and well worth the money. The New York City tour had a significant part of it - water taxi tour around the harbor - cancelled for unknown reasons and we were given a partial refund. And the tour of Fort Sumter and Charleston was also excellent. Boston was another matter. Right after we had docked we were informed that all tours had been cancelled because the tour operator was on strike. Even though it didn't impact me as I didn't have a tour planned, the information was a flat out lie. There was no strike. I don't know if someone lied to the cruise ship staff or they chose to lie to the passengers - I hope it was the former - but I don't like being lied to. To sum it all up, we went on the cruse for rest and relaxation and decompression. Even with the issues with the cabin the cruise provided all of that and a big reason is because of the crew and staff of the Veendam. In big ways and small, they made sure that things went as smoothly and as pleasantly as possible. This was our fourth Holland America cruise and I doubt it will be our last. Read Less
Sail Date: October 2017
We did Fort Lauderdale to Montreal last year in April and friends on board wanted to do a Fall Foliage cruise on Veendam. Boarding process was very smooth - as it usually is for HAL. Cabin was ready but o bags so we ate in Lido - great ... Read More
We did Fort Lauderdale to Montreal last year in April and friends on board wanted to do a Fall Foliage cruise on Veendam. Boarding process was very smooth - as it usually is for HAL. Cabin was ready but o bags so we ate in Lido - great food. Service in main dining room and Pinnacle Grill was excellent - best we have had on HAL. Cabin stewards were efficient and did the great towel animals daily. As is normally the case on HAL's R and S class ships, the entertainment was varied - no big Broadway type shows. Paul Pappas great pianist and Bobby Brooks Wilson (son of Jackie Wilson) put on incredible individual high energy shows. Veenddam singer and dancers were OK, but not our cup of tea. The Adagio classical violinist and pianist, Alex and Alexandre, were phenomenal artists - and the Explorers Lounge where they performed was packed for each performance with SRO. We had lunch in the Pinnacle Grill for the first time and it was wonderful. Dinners in both the Pinnacle Grill and main dining room were excellent - both food and service. And of course the Dive-In Grill on the Lido deck by the pool has super hot dogs, hamburgers, and the usual Mexican themed small buffet. We had Vista Suite 171 - a very comfortable cabin. But, it had some problems. The wall paper was peeling in two spots, the carpeting was bunched up in many areas from cabin door to veranda and threads were pulling up in quite a few spots,the lounge chairs had paint chips in them and the caulking of the deck was coming up in places. totally unlike previous HAL Vista suites we have sailed in. Reminded me of a very old motel in need of renovation. Read Less
13 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: September 2017
We chose this cruise due to price and itinerary. We were concerned regarding other negative reviews and knowing the ship was going into dry dock at the end of October but all was fine. Sure this is an old ship and needed some sprucing up ... Read More
We chose this cruise due to price and itinerary. We were concerned regarding other negative reviews and knowing the ship was going into dry dock at the end of October but all was fine. Sure this is an old ship and needed some sprucing up but it didn't impact our trip. Pro's Smaller ship - no issues with crowds, elevators, lines Stateroom - Room 1880 - outside room with window. Plenty of storage space, large bathroom with bathtub, great large bath towels. Enjoyed getting chocolate candy on pillow as other lines have discontinued that. We liked that they offered movies where you call up, request a movie and the CD would be delivered to your room. Nice service for transaltantic cruises. Room Stewart was excellent Dining - We ate only in main dining room and the food was very good. It was varied and the desserts were outstanding along with the service. We didn't dine at the speciality restaurants as we have not found them special in the past. The buffet was the usual items, a little redundant. Staff serves you which I think is great as it probably reduces chances of noro virus. Staff very attentive serving water, coffee, drinks etc. Theyalso have a burger/hot dog bar, taco bar near indoor pool and pizza near the outdoor pool. The pizza was excellent. Also enjoyed the taco bar. Entertainment - We went to 3 shows and enjoyed all of them. We especially liked Karen Granger who impersonates famous singers such as Cher. Terrific show Activites - They offered the usual such as bingo, trivia, movies but we enjoyed the Captain's talk and the back stage tour. They also had a very large puzzle on a table near the library that anyone could work on. Con's The toilet - didn't flush but it was fixed almost immediately Older Crowd - We are older so it was fine with us. We met some very interesting and wonderful people. A very well travelled group. Ports Montreal - We went the day before and stayed at a Residence Inn near the Fine Arts Museum. We went to dinner at Queue du Cheval Steakhouse. It is very expensive but well worth the money. Best veal chop I ever had. We took a cab to the ship around noon and got right on board. Our room was ready so we dropped off our carry on bags and explored the ship. Quebec City - We took a walking tour of the old city not thru the cruise line. It was about half the cost, was about 2 1/2 hours and wonderful. The tour guide was dressed in period custom. The group was small about 8 of us. Found the tour on line at viator.com Sydney- We took a taxi tour of the islalnd with another couple. The taxi's are waiting as you come out of the terminal. You need to have at least 4 people as the cost is a flat $200 fee. We went to Alexander Bell museum and also saw the island's natural beauty. Halifax - just walked around the board walk as we were here before Bar Harbor - We had to clear customs on board ship and then tender into port. It took us about an hour before we could depart once we got our tender ticket. I would suggest going later in the morning. We just shopped in Bar Harbour as we were there before. All in all, it was a great cruise. We hadn't been on Holland America in many years but definitely we cruise with them again. Read Less
2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: September 2017
We have always cruised with Princess, but decided we would try Holland, because pricing was more reasonable. If this is your first time with Holland, and we did the colours tour of eastern Cananda and Quebec. We started in New York. Best ... Read More
We have always cruised with Princess, but decided we would try Holland, because pricing was more reasonable. If this is your first time with Holland, and we did the colours tour of eastern Cananda and Quebec. We started in New York. Best part of this cruise was old Quebec. There are a few things one needs to know. We were unsure of their tipping policy until we received a copy of our bill. Each passenger is charged 13.50 per day or 27.00 for two of you in a state room. These tips are divided, with half going to your state room staff and half to the restaurant staff. 15% Tips are auto added to drink or bar service..Extra tipping is at your discretion if you want to recognize a special staff member. We loved that each passenger could bring a bottle of wine on board. We each brought Port. If you drink wine, check their 3 bottle wine package. It may work out better for you. DO NOT pay for the wifi service on board...I paid 100.00 for 250 minutes. I blew through it in 3 days...the service is slower than molasses running up hill. Wait for ports. Free wifi on the piers. Check what others have said about specific on shore tour destinations before deciding. Some were just not worth it. Booked a room with a tub. Loved the tub. You should also know that the vast majority of passengers on this cruise were over seventy with many even older. Lots of walkers and wheelchairs, which can slow you down a bit getting on excursions or elevators. Read Less
13 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: September 2017
My husband and I are seniors, and this cruise was combined with a Globus bus tour which began in Boston, continued through New Hampshire and Vermont, and concluded in Montreal where we boarded the Veendam. The ship is an older ship but it ... Read More
My husband and I are seniors, and this cruise was combined with a Globus bus tour which began in Boston, continued through New Hampshire and Vermont, and concluded in Montreal where we boarded the Veendam. The ship is an older ship but it is well maintained and it is much smaller than some of the newer ships. We were able to easily find our way around and found it to be uncrowded with minimal lines. The only exception is that the elevators were slow and as most of the passengers were seniors, the elevators were needed even if only to go to the next floor. The ship had the features we have come to expect including a showroom, a movie theater which also doubled as a kitchen for cooking demonstrations, the Lido deck with a buffet as well as two dining rooms, and several lounges. We were traveling with another couple and were able to reserve a table for four, early dining, for the cruise. Embarkation was smooth and we were pleased that we were allowed immediate access to our cabin after boarding so we did not have to take our carry on items with us to lunch. We had a window cabin on A deck and it was spacious with lots of closet and drawer space. The ship was scheduled to visit five ports but due to weather conditions, it was unable to call at Prince Edward Island, so we visited Quebec City, Sydney, Halifax, and Bar Harbor. We had been to these ports once before but this time we chose different shore excursions so we did not repeat anything. The evening entertainment was generally good, with two production shows during the week as well as individual entertainers on the other nights. We also enjoyed the Piano Bar. Jeremy, the cruise director, was very pleasant and the captain, Colm Ryan, kept us informed as to the ship's movements and weather issues. The week passed rapidly and on the morning of our departure, we had a bus transfer to the Boston airport, arranged through HAL. Debarkation was well organized and there was plenty of time to get to our flight. Read Less
6 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: September 2017
First of all, I have never written a comment on a cruise before, but felt that I needed to let others know our experience. We though Holland had a good reputation, and we should have stayed with one that we knew and trusted like ... Read More
First of all, I have never written a comment on a cruise before, but felt that I needed to let others know our experience. We though Holland had a good reputation, and we should have stayed with one that we knew and trusted like Oceania. Here is the overall of what we experienced after paying over $6,500.00 for the cruise and then additionally $1,000.00+ in ship charges. The bathroom shower curtain had mold and mildew all over it, only after I demanded that it be removed was it replaced. It should have never been in there to begin with! The tub was disgusting very old and didn't look clean - I would never sit in it and hated to stand in it for a shower. Lots of mold and mildew around the tub, the ceiling, and door facings. VERY old, scared and chipped furniture - two people cannot pass at the foot of the bed. The refrigerator had NO HANDLE, it was totally broken off. Our balcony furniture was extremely cheap and the cushions look Walmart-ish. We walked to the outside deck to sit in the lounge chairs there but they were very old, the finish on the wood was non-existant and the seat cushions were stained and we couldn't find two that we would even sit in. The food was nothing to care about either, I would say it was LESS than average. Service was not as expected either. Friends we met on the cruise, shared this: that on steak and lobster tail night she requested no filet but two lobster tails instead. The waiter told her he was not allowed to do that, after complaining the waiter called on the food manager to come speak to her - not sure how that turned out. (This is so unlike any cruise line I have ever been on, where usually they try so hard to accommodate) Overall, Holland America is NOT the cruise line nor Rotterdam the cruise ship to be going on, although the excursions were very nice and we definitely did really enjoy them. I do have photographs and will be posting them on Facebook and Twitter. Please take a moment to look at them and post your comments. Read Less
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