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  1. Hold onto your hats folks because it’s going to be a very busy day in Port Everglades for this one. The three newest blue hulled beauties (N Statendam, N Amsterdam & Koningsdam) in the fleet will all be sailing away in Port Everglades and the gracious flagship, Rotterdam will be sailing out of Tampa. Nieuw Statendam is scheduled to be at pier 26 & will be doing 2 different itineraries. The first is the 7 day Western Caribbean: Fort Lauderdale, Florida (17 Feb d1700); Half Moon Cay, Bahamas (18 Feb 0800-1600); Ocho Rios, Jamaica (20 Feb 0800-1700); George Town, Grand Cayman (21 Feb 0800-1600); Cozumel, Mexico (22 Feb 1100-2300); Fort Lauderdale, Florida (24 Feb 0700-1700); Nassau, Bahamas (25 Feb 0800-1600); San Juan, Puerto Rico (27 Feb 1300-2300); St Thomas, US Virgin Islands (28 Feb 0800-1700); Half Moon Cay, Bahamas (02 Mar 0800-1500); Fort Lauderdale, Florida (03 Mar a0700) And the second is the 14 day Western Eastern Caribbean: Fort Lauderdale, Florida (24 Feb d1700); Half Moon Cay, Bahamas (25 Feb 0800-1600); Ocho Rios, Jamaica (27 Feb 0800-1700); George Town, Grand Cayman (28 Feb 0800-1600); Cozumel, Mexico (01 Mar 1100-2300); Fort Lauderdale, Florida (03 Mar 0700-1700); Grand Turk, Turks and Caicos (05 Mar 0800-1500); San Juan, Puerto Rico (06 Mar 1300-2300); St Thomas, US Virgin Islands (07 Mar 0800-1700); Half Moon Cay, Bahamas (09 Mar 0800-1500); Fort Lauderdale, Florida (10 Mar a0800) Nieuw Amsterdam is scheduled to be at pier 19 and is doing a 7 day Eastern Caribbean itinerary: Fort Lauderdale, Florida (24 Feb d1700); Nassau, Bahamas (25 Feb 0800-1600); San Juan, Puerto Rico (27 Feb 1300-2300); St Thomas, US Virgin Islands (28 Feb 0800-1700); Half Moon Cay, Bahamas (02 Mar 0800-1500); Fort Lauderdale, Florida (03 Mar a0700) Koningsdam is set to be at pier 21 and is doing two different itineraries. The first is the 10 day Southern Caribbean Seafarer: Fort Lauderdale, Florida (24 Feb d1700); Half Moon Cay, Bahamas (25 Feb 0800-1500); Grand Turk, Turks and Caicos (26 Feb 1100-1800); Amber Cove, Dominican Republic (27 Feb 0800-1800); Kralendijk, Bonaire (01 Mar 0800-1800); Willemstad, Curacao (02 Mar 0700-2300); Oranjestad, Aruba (03 Mar 0700-1700); Fort Lauderdale, Florida (06 Mar a0700) And the second is the 21 day Southern Caribbean Seafarer/Wayfarer: Fort Lauderdale, Florida (24 Feb d1700); Half Moon Cay, Bahamas (25 Feb 0800-1500); Grand Turk, Turks and Caicos (26 Feb 1100-1800); Amber Cove, Dominican Republic (27 Feb 0800-1800); Kralendijk, Bonaire (01 Mar 0800-1800); Willemstad, Curacao (02 Mar 0700-2300); Oranjestad, Aruba (03 Mar 0700-1700); Fort Lauderdale, Florida (06 Mar 0700-1700); Philipsburg, St. Maarten (09 Mar 0800-1600); Castries, St Lucia (10 Mar 0900-1700); Bridgetown, Barbados (11 Mar 0800-1700); Fort de France, Martinique (12 Mar 0800-1700); Basseterre, St. Kitts (13 Mar 0800-1700); St Thomas, US Virgin Islands (14 Mar 0800-1700); Half Moon Cay, Bahamas (16 Mar 0800-1500); Fort Lauderdale, Florida (17 Mar a0700) Other ships in port sailing way are: Regal Princess (pier 02), Harmony Of The Seas (pier 18), Carnival Conquest (pier 04) & Adventure Of The Seas (pier 29). The webcams are located at https://www.portevergladeswebcam.com & https://www.ftlauderdalewebcam.com The Rotterdam will be sailing out of Tampa on a 7 day Western Caribbean: Tampa, Florida (24 Feb d1700); Key West, Florida (25 Feb 1100-1800); Santo Tomas De Castilla, Guatemala (27 Feb 0800-1800); Roatan, Honduras (28 Feb 0800-1700); Costa Maya, Mexico (01 Mar 0800-1700); Tampa, Florida (03 Mar a0700) The other ship in Tampa is the Carnival Miracle The webcam is located at https://www.porttampawebcam.com For the Sail Away Addicts - the Oosterdam is in Key West on this date. And on February 25th, the Nieuw Amsterdam will be in Nassau & the Rotterdam will be in Key West. Next up - Zuiderdam on February 27th.
  2. We have a spring break cruise in 2020 book for the Nieuw Statendam booked, and as excited as I am, curious to hear about how many kids and any reports from Club HAL - so far, not a lot of family reviews. We originally had a Disney 4 day booked, but at almost 2k less and 3 more days, this was a easy choice, buuut, I'd feel better knowing that our 8 and 13 year old are going to have fun too:)
  3. Cruising next month on our 5th HAL cruise, 14 days B2B Caribbean. Question for those who have already been on the new ship since christening last month. What is the status of the electrical outlets beside the bed? Are there USB ports bedside for phone/tablet charging? I have a new CPAP that will require a plug in reasonable proximity to the bed. Do I need to bring an extension cord or are there close outlets that will suffice? Any input will be much appreciated. Thanks.
  4. As a long standing CC member my hometown Amsterdam has currently a beautiful outdoor free of charge International art festival going on. It just started yesterday and final day is September 15 2019. When you get off the ship and go to Central Station catch tram 24 to the stop Minervaplein and get off there. More then 80 figurative sculptures etc are on show. There is an English website is: www.artzuid.nl/en/ I will be sailing on Prinsendam final cruise for HAL on June 17 from/to Amsterdam and feel sad to see her go. Enjoy the visit to this great city. Peter
  5. First time on HAL. On other lines we have often eaten our evening meal at the buffet. Am I correct that the Lido does not serve in the evening.
  6. So confused on Holland America's inside cabin differences. Cannot find anywhere what the actually cabin size is, most sites say so and so sq ft up to 225 sq ft for an inside. I did read there are certain inside cabins that have a convertible sofa bed available. Does anyone know which ones or a good site to figure out the size of the rooms?
  7. Anyone sailing on the Nieuw Statendam November 17, 2019. My wife and I will be sailing with my Daughter and Son in Law. Would like to connect with any others folks that will be traveling on the Nieuw Statendam
  8. Can anyone help out with a pictures or describtion of this particular cabin- as far as I know it is a different layout then other balcony cabins. Thanks so much!
  9. I think the answer is no but I want to make sure. Looking to book a spa cabin but thinking it is not worth the extra price if it does not include spa pass. Other spa cabins on other lines we have booked do include spa pass but I am having a hard time figuring it out on Holland.
  10. I am looking to do a Hawaii/ Tahiti cruise to celebrate our 50th Anniversary in the fall of 2021. I would like to do the long one from San Diego out as far as Fiji, Tahiti and Hawaii and back to San Diego. The same cruise Amsterdam is doing this fall (2019) Before I get my hopes up to high does anyone have any inside information on Amsterdam for that time frame? As a back up I see this year Rotterdam is doing a shorter version in that time frame during the fall of 2020 and I could do that in the fall of 2021, if Rotterdam does it. I would just prefer the longer version. I thought I read something that Amsterdam was going to do a long Asia trip, but of course I can't find it now. Thanks for any info. Helen
  11. Wow it’s a busy sail a way day. Lots of blue hulled beauties sailing today from different ports. (Sorry, couldn’t fit all the different ports in the title) Sailing from Port Everglades for this one we have the newly christened Nieuw Statendam (there may be a bit of hoopla as she sails out - fingers crossed), the Koningsdam & the Nieuw Amsterdam. The Nieuw Statendam is doing a Legendary Rhythm & Blues Charter and is scheduled to be at pier 26 - here is here itinerary (sorry, CC has a problem uploading pics tonight and itinerary maps 😞 kinf of frustrating when I’ve uploaded them 😉 ) Fort Lauderdale, Florida (03 Feb d1700); Half Moon Cay, Bahamas (04 Feb 0900-1500); St Thomas, US Virgin Islands (06 Feb 1100-2000); Philipsburg, St. Maarten (07 Feb 0800-1700); Fort Lauderdale, Florida (10 Feb a0700) The Koningsdam is headed out for a 10 day Southern Caribbean Seafarer and he is scheduled to be at pier 21: Fort Lauderdale, Florida (03 Feb d1700); Falmouth, Jamaica (05 Feb 1100-1800); Willemstad, Curacao (07 Feb 0800-2300); Oranjestad, Aruba (08 Feb 0800-2300); Amber Cove, Dominican Republic (10 Feb 0800-1800); Grand Turk, Turks and Caicos (11 Feb 0700-1400); Half Moon Cay, Bahamas (12 Feb 0800-1600); Fort Lauderdale, Florida (13 Feb a0700) as well as a 21 night Southern Caribbean Seafarer/Wayfarer: Fort Lauderdale, Florida (03 Feb d1700); Falmouth, Jamaica (05 Feb 1100-1800); Willemstad, Curacao (07 Feb 0800-2300); Oranjestad, Aruba (08 Feb 0800-2300); Amber Cove, Dominican Republic (10 Feb 0800-1800); Grand Turk, Turks and Caicos (11 Feb 0700-1400); Half Moon Cay, Bahamas (12 Feb 0800-1600); Fort Lauderdale, Florida (13 Feb 0700-1700); Philipsburg, St. Maarten (16 Feb 0800-1600); Castries, St Lucia (17 Feb 0800-1600); Bridgetown, Barbados (18 Feb 0800-1700); Fort de France, Martinique (19 Feb 0800-1700); Basseterre, St. Kitts (20 Feb 0800-1700); St Thomas, US Virgin Islands (21 Feb 0800-1700); Half Moon Cay, Bahamas (23 Feb 0800-1500); Fort Lauderdale, Florida (24 Feb a0700 And the Nieuw Amsterdam which is scheduled to be at pier 19 is doing a 7 day Eastern Caribbean cruise: Fort Lauderdale, Florida (03 Feb d1700); Grand Turk, Turks and Caicos (05 Feb 0800-1500); San Juan, Puerto Rico (06 Feb 1300-2300); St Thomas, US Virgin Islands (07 Feb 0800-1700); Half Moon Cay, Bahamas (09 Feb 0800-1500); Fort Lauderdale, Florida (10 Feb a0700 Other ships in port scheduled are the Regal Princess, Harmony Of The Seas & Celebrity Edge. The webcams are located at: https://www.portevergladeswebcam.com and https://www.ftlauderdalewebcam.com The Rotterdam is sailing out of Tampa for a 7 day Western Caribbean: Tampa, Florida (03 Feb d1700); Key West, Florida (04 Feb 1100-1800); Trujillo, Honduras (06 Feb 0800-1700); Santo Tomas De Castilla, Guatemala (07 Feb 0700-1700); Costa Maya, Mexico (08 Feb 0800-1700); Tampa, Florida (10 Feb a0700) As well as a 21 night Southern/Western Caribbean: Tampa, Florida (03 Feb d1700); Key West, Florida (04 Feb 1100-1800); Trujillo, Honduras (06 Feb 0800-1700); Santo Tomas De Castilla, Guatemala (07 Feb 0700-1700); Costa Maya, Mexico (08 Feb 0800-1700); Tampa, Florida (10 Feb 0700-1700); Key West, Florida (11 Feb 1100-1800); San Juan, Puerto Rico (14 Feb 1000-2300); St Thomas, US Virgin Islands (15 Feb 0800-1700); St Johns, Antigua (16 Feb 0800-1700); Castries, St Lucia (17 Feb 0800-1600); Willemstad, Curacao (19 Feb 0800-2300); Oranjestad, Aruba (20 Feb 0700-1600); George Town, Grand Cayman (22 Feb 0800-1500); Tampa, Florida (24 Feb a0700) the Tampa webcam is located at https://www.porttampawebcam.com And the Eurodam is sailing out of of San Diego for a 17 day round circle Hawaii: the San Diego is webcam is located at http://sundiegolive.com For the Sail Away Addicts - the Oosterdam is scheduled to be in Key West. Our next sail a way is scheduled for February 4th. Hopefully then CC will let the itinerary maps work “sigh” as we watch the Veendam head off for the Amazon and Carnaval.
  12. Have just booked this cabin for the Norwegian Fjords & Baltic Jewels in August 2020. Can anyone let me know what is in the area between this cabin and cabin 4156? Any pictures of the cabin & larger deck?
  13. I realize this is a long shot because it is about specific cabins on Nieuw Statendam, but I'm hoping someone may have an answer for me. On the deck plans on the HAL website, on deck 7 there is no line separating the balconies for cabins 7144 & 7146. I initially thought that it could simply be a mistake on the graphic, but then I noticed that the line is also missing on deck 8 for cabins 8146 & 8148, which are directly above the other two. This made me wonder if there is something at that spot on the ship that makes it impossible to separate the balconies. This seems like a small thing, but I am going to be in 7144 in June and I really enjoy a private balcony. If anyone has been in or is currently in one of these four room, could you please let me know what the balconies are like? Thanks very much.
  14. We just returned from a wonderful 7 day Eastern Caribbean cruise on the Nieuw Statendam. This was our 12th HAL cruise but first on the Pinnacle class.. We had a VB booked, and 4 days before, got an email for an upsell to a Vista Suite for 399 pp. We passed on that. Two days before, we got an upsell offer to a Signature Suite for 499 pp. We jumped on that one, and we were so happy we did, because this suite was A-MAZING! Great central location, beautiful, functional layout and the bathroom was wonderful. I literally jumped up and down after examining the suite saying..."I love this room!" I continued to say it all week long. I decided I liked it even more than Neptune Suites. The shower was luxurious. The lighting in the room and bathroom was gorgeous, and in fact the lighting throughout the ship was equally as nice. Our stewards Kadek and Komang were unobtrusive and proficient. Laundry service was fast and professional. We were going to upgrade to the Elite Beverage Package once on-board, but decided to stay with the Signature Package since we splurged on the suite. They removed some selections from a year ago, so there were only a few choices. We managed with what they offered and it was adequate. At least you could still get nice cocktails with the Signature Package, my favorite was the Tanqueray 0010 Martini. There are so many options for dining and we tried nearly all of them. The best by far was the Tamarind. We were so impressed, we went back three times. Barbara and Nila were very gracious and warm, and so attentive. We had lamb, tenderloin, duck, chicken curry, shrimp and lobster dishes and all were superb. The manager was also a very gracious man and he was out on the floor at all times, assisting servers as needed as well as talking to customers. All of this was in stark contrast to our most disappointing meal, in the Pinnacle. I am not sure we will ever make a late reservation (8:00) again. They seemed completely backed up. The service was rushed and we waited a great deal. No bread was served until the dinner arrived, even though she promised it to us twice. The salad I had was not good, the bacon didn't taste real. The baked potato was completely dried out. The beets seemed over done. The filet mignon however, was perfect. My husband got the "hashed potatoes with blue cheese aioli", but they looked and tasted like they came out of a frozen food bag. But the service was just not there at all, nothing compared to meals in the past. Was it just because we arrived late? We canceled a second reservation and went to the Tamarind instead. We did however return for lunch, and that was so much better. The Lido, if you can navigate the crowds, is incredible. So many choices and all done well. We ate in the Canaletto twice and you can't beat the view and the quieter atmosphere. The servings are smaller this year and that is just fine with me, as I often found it to be too much food served in the past. The MDR is beautiful and the lighting is so pretty, we enjoyed one breakfast, one lunch and one dinner here. The chairs are very comfortable and the place settings so elegant. We bought a spa pass and I was disappointed with a few things, mostly in the design. The hydro-pool was splashy, the tile loungers were in the same space as all the other saunas, steam rooms and showers so it was loud. Not relaxing at all. One of my best memories is from the Westerdam and my first time on those loungers. Ambient music, the sound of water hitting rocks, the view out to sea. On this ship, there is a view, but you can't hear the music because there is way too much going on right behind you. And the doors slamming, yikes. If we go on another Pinnacle class ship, we won't purchase the pass. The ports were great and the weather perfect. We spent so much time in the water. Grand Turk, we walked to Governor's Beach and spent a quiet morning enjoying the turquoise waters, how beautiful! St. Thomas,we took a catamaran tour to St. John to snorkel off Honeymoon beach. Great snorkeling here, saw lots of fun things including sea turtles. Half Moon Cay is our favorite stop and it was a great day and so hard to leave. I prefer not sharing the island with another ship as it made things congested, especially when leaving, it felt we were in Disney with the queues to get on the tenders. Our favorite spot at night was at BB King. This band was great! Each and every musician was so very talented. The dance floor and seating and stage are a great design on this ship, much improved over the older ships. The Rolling Stone Rock Room did not play rock and roll, at least not for the somewhat limited time we saw them. The Eagles and Neil Diamond are not rock. The band was talented, but their song selections were tame. The world stage is beautiful but yes it is small for such a big ship. I really liked the comedian Ken Boyd, he was very funny, mostly doing improv. This cruise had some hits and misses but we had a great time and feel so very grateful to be able to cruise (thus far) once a year. I would sail on the Pinnacle class again and would feel better prepared to enjoy it even more. I am happy to answer any questions!
  15. Overall, an excellent cruise. We have cruised Alaska twice previously, so our goals here were to see something beyond the standard ports of Juneau and Ketchikan. We have also seen Glacier Bay, so Tracy Arm , and a truly awesome time at Hubbard Glacier (our second visit, but the first paled next to this visit) more than compensated. The 14 day route was perfect, exactly was we were looking for. They are improving it next year, sailing from Vancouver for a true Inside Passage trip, but this trip was well worth the effort. The ship is in very good shape. Not perfect, but really very good shape. It is very well maintained, constantly. Probably the most annoying problem was the leaking megradome on the midship pool. It leaked in so many places. When we had some rain (not much), fog/drizzle (a couple days), or the standard cleaning (almost daily), there were steady drips of water in MANY places. There was always a crewmember or two trying to prevent slipping problems. We also had an issue with our cabin, but it was handled aggressively, rapidly and effectively by staff. The gym opened at 6am (YEA!!!), but equipment breakdowns became a problem. Overall, the ship gets a B plus for condition, or better. Staff was their typical wonderful selves, working hard and doing great jobs, always with a smile. Many were seeing their first glaciers and high snow covered peaks...it was fun seeing their excitement. A-plus here. Food was really good, with solid variety. Yes, the portions are a little smaller. I wish someone would tell my waist line. Pinnacle is still excellent. We had the Signature Beverage Package. There is a pretty good prosecco priced in the plan. Otherwise had no real issues getting our beverages. A-minus here. Entertainment was of the standard type with singers and dancers doing 4 shows, mostly oriented towards 60s to modern rock. Couple comedians...all pretty good. Beatles tribute performer that we have seen before, but enjoyed seeing again. BBC World II production that was good, but not as good as the first version. Movies every day. Adaigio (duo), didn't see. Trio in Ocean bar was not our type of music for the most part. We discovered the piano player in the Piano Bar a little late...he was pretty good. B-plus here. We only did one excursion (one additional got cancelled)- the 26 Glaciers cruise out of Whittier on the Anchorage day. Quite simply the most scenic excursion we have ever done (in 22 cruises). We had great weather almost the entire cruise...the day in Whittier was the best weather the entire cruise. This excursion is awesome...can't recommend it highly enough. Yes, it is longer (11 hours total), but totally worth it...every penny, every minute. A-plus, plus, plus, plus grade. We sat in front of Hubbard Glacier...maybe half a mile away, for about 90 minutes. The glacier calved about every 90 seconds...little ones, medium sized, and some big ones as well. It was truly incredible. Highly recommend this cruise, ship, and crew. Happy to answer any questions.
  16. Does anyone know how much the Taxi rate is from the Amsterdam airport to the Amsterdam Cruise Terminal? The TCA taxi link was very unfriendly to me. Also, is there any difference between a taxi and Uber or Lyft when returning to the airport after a cruise? I was told that the rates from the airport are the same but is the reverse the same? Doggy Daddy
  17. Our first time on a Holland America ship. We are in Main inside cabin 2527 and wondering how the room configuration compares with inside cabins on Princess ships that we have used on previous cruises. An excellent fare but wondering about being forward on this deck. Just the two of us and not sure if they will move us if they need a quad room. Thanks for your help
  18. What movies are playing on the Amsterdam?
  19. We'll be sailing on the Amsterdam 14 day Alaska sailing next month. Is there anyone currently or recently on the Amsterdam that can answer any of the following: - What brand of regular bottled water do they carry, and how much is it per bottle? Trying to determine if we need to carry bring it onboard with us, or just buy as we go. I know that the ship's water is tasty, but due to meds I need to drink lots of bottled water. Ship water makes me swell up like a blowfish! - Does HAL internet support the use of a Jetpack/VPN? I am required to do my work while I'm gone, so if the internet and/or Jetpack won't work while we're at sea, I'll be sitting in the cabin while everyone else is on shore. I'm not tech savvie. If the Jetpack/VPN won't work with HAL's internet, is there any other option that would work for me? - At Pier 31, is it a ramp or stairs that take you from the port onto the ship? This will determine how much carry-on we bring with us. - Anyone know why it's taking so long for HAL to assign the guarantee cabins. On the HAL site, all they have left are guarantee insides and guarantee unobstructed oceanviews, so seems like they would be ready to assign the cabins. We just booked a few days ago. Thanks in advance for any responses!
  20. Does anyone know if the Televisions on the Nieuw Statendam have either a bluetooth connection or a jack for headphones?
  21. I am not the biggest fan of the HAL website and find it difficult to navigate sometimes...so with that caveat... I was looking to see what the Amsterdam is doing after the World Cruise in 2020. The only thing I could find was some New England/Canada cruises from June through September and supposedly they are all sold out. That can't be possible can it? Does the site show a cruise as 'sold out' when they really mean 'not for sale yet'? Honestly I was looking (and hoping) that there would be another Grand Asia cruise in 2020 but if the Amsterdam is in the Atlantic in September that seems to lessen the odds of that.
  22. I'm thinking of going on the 14 day Voyage of the Midnight Sun cruise on the Nieuw Statendam. I definitely want a verandah stateroom - and the obstructed verandah staterooms seem to be a good deal. However, the nonobstructed verandah staterooms don't seem to be that much more expensive. How obstructed are the views? Is it worth it to save a few hundred dollars on an obstructed verandah stateroom - or should I just bite the bullet and get a nonobstructed verandah stateroom? I'm leaning more towards the latter because I would make full use of a nonobstructed verandah stateroom on a Norway cruise as I can imagine the views will be spectacular.
  23. Lots of ships sailing for this one - 6 in Port Everglades, 3 in Tampa & 2 in San Diego and there is a blue hulled beauty in each of these ports. The Nieuw Statendam is sailing out of Port Everglades and scheduled to be at pier 26. She is doing the 7 day Western Caribbean: Fort Lauderdale, Florida (24 Mar d1800); Half Moon Cay, Bahamas (25 Mar 0800-1600); Ocho Rios, Jamaica (27 Mar 0800-1700); George Town, Grand Cayman (28 Mar 0800-1600); Cozumel, Mexico (29 Mar 1100-2300); Fort Lauderdale, Florida (31 Mar a0700) and a 14 night Western/Eastern Caribbean: Fort Lauderdale, Florida (24 Mar d1700); Half Moon Cay, Bahamas (25 Mar 0800-1600); Ocho Rios, Jamaica (27 Mar 0800-1700); George Town, Grand Cayman (28 Mar 0800-1600); Cozumel, Mexico (29 Mar 1100-2300); Fort Lauderdale, Florida (31 Mar 0700-1700); Grand Turk, Turks and Caicos (02 Apr 0800-1500); San Juan, Puerto Rico (03 Apr 1300-2300); St Thomas, US Virgin Islands (04 Apr 0800-1700); Half Moon Cay, Bahamas (06 Apr 0800-1500); Fort Lauderdale, Florida (07 Apr a0700) Other ships in port with her are the: Regal Princess (pier 02), Harmony Of The Seas (pier 18), Celebrity Silhouette (pier 29), Celebrity Edge (pier 25) & Carnival Conquest (pier 04). The webcams for Port Everglades are https://www.portevergladeswebcam.com & https://www.ftlauderdalewebcam.com Meanwhile, in Tampa, the Rotterdam is doing setting sail for her 7 day Western Caribbean: Tampa, Florida (24 Mar d1600); Key West, Florida (25 Mar 1100-1800); Roatan, Honduras (27 Mar 0800-1700); Santo Tomas De Castilla, Guatemala (28 Mar 0700-1700); Costa Maya, Mexico (29 Mar 0800-1700); Tampa, Florida (31 Mar a0700) Other ships in port with her are the Carnival Miracle & Norwegian Pearl The webcam for Tampa is https://www.porttampawebcam.com In San Diego, the Nieuw Amsterdam is doing the 7 day Mexican Riviera: San Diego, California (24 Mar d1700); Cabo San Lucas, Mexico (26 Mar 1000-1800); Mazatlan, Mexico (27 Mar 0800-1800); Puerto Vallarta, Mexico (28 Mar 0800-2300); San Diego, California (31 Mar a0700) The other ship in port with her is the Disney Wonder. The webcam for San Diego is http://sundiegolive.com For the Addicts - the Koningsdam is in Aruba. Aruba’s webcam is located at https://www.portarubawebcam.com Next up is the Prinsendam on March 25th for her FINAL sail a way out of Port Everglades. Be sure to join us for this one as we bid her farewell. ❤️ 😞
  24. We will be boarding in Amsterdam in August for a 14-day NS British Isles cruise. We would like to take beyond our 2-wine bottle limit onboard and pay the $18 corkage fee per bottle in order to get the varieties we like (specifically good Cabs) rather than take our chances with the ship's wine packages (not interested in bev packages). Having never been to Amsterdam, it is doable to shop for good selections of wine before boarding? We will be in Amsterdam for 2 days before the ship departs so we have time. In addition, we could add bottles with stops in Edinburgh, etc. but we don't want to spend too much time wine shopping vs. sightseeing. Thanks for advice.
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