The Zaandam has returned to service after a year+ absence short staffed and provisioned. About 20 short in the kitchen, 2 in photography and stretched thin on cabin stewards, future cruise staff, and etc. As others have mentioned, gone are dinner theme nights, surf and turf, ice sculptures, live music at diner, the after dinner mint station (aka the traditional HAL level of dining). Service was slow in the dining room - expect 2 hours from seating to desert - seat at 5:30 if you want to make a 7:30. show. Staff are still traditional HAL in friendliness and quality. Television in cabins were a mixed bag of old and new as COVID has delayed the installation of new televisions. The DVD library is gone - if you have a DVD player in your room you have an old television set which may require effort to get channels with your remote. Use the menu button on the remote and get to the settings for channels and look for volume buttons on the back of your television. Your cabin steward may or may not be able to help. In all, I enjoyed the cruise, but I am an old HAL veteran. Here is hoping a few more cruises will resolve the staffing and equipment issues aboard.