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  1. Hi all, We have booked on the NA - Tropical Caribbean - I am looking at the available cabins at the sale price - on deck 8, the ship layout as provided by HAL has Neptune Suites on both sides of the ship. When I look at the cabins online, they have each been converted into two aft balcony cabins. Question - does anyone know if the cabins are the same size as the other aft balcony cabins? For the ones on the far port and starboard, do you get the large part of the wraparound balcony? So tempted to try and get one of these - but worried about the balcony size (and of course the noise from the lido one deck above). Thoughts? TIA!
  2. This was our first HAL cruise and our 7th overall. DW and I had wanted to try HAL for a few years and this was a great deal on the last minute sale. We booked a verandah guarantee about 3 weeks out, and about a week before sailing, were offered an upsell to a Signature Suite for just a few dollars more. We snapped that up and looked forward to getting on the Nieuw Amsterdam. EMBARKATION We had flown into Fort Lauderdale the day before, so were able to take an early shuttle to Port Everglades and be in line early. The terminal was opened up around 10:30 and we were checked in a few minutes later. We had to wait until 11:30 before boarding so used that time to visit with others in the waiting area. ON THE SHIP Nieuw Amsterdam was clean and elegant without the flash of some ships on other lines we had sailed. We were told our cabin was ready, but we wanted to make our Pinnacle Grill booking first. That was done with ease at the podium on Deck 1. CABIN We got up to Deck 5 and our Signature Suite, SS 5091. It was well appointed with plenty of room for the two of us. The bathroom had dual sinks as well as a jetted tub with shower and a separate shower stall. DW appreciated the bathroom size and comforts! Bed was very comfortable. The balcony for SS cabins on Deck 5 is not as deep as others due to the lifeboats immediately below, but with some organization we could arrange the chairs and stools to be able to stretch out. There was also a table of reasonable size. Met Darma and Tri, our stewards for the week and they kept the cabin spotless throughout. FOOD We were on As You Wish dining, which was new for us and I think we both still prefer the set seating, however we can see the benefits of being able to go anytime. Food is subjective so others may have different views, but we found the meals in the MDR very good, and for the most part, service was attentive. We ate in the MDR every night except for the Pinnacle Grill. The Pinnacle Grill did not disappoint. Excellent steaks, and the sides were pretty amazing. We did order the Clothesline Candy Bacon and it was very tasty. We also had these tater tot like things as a side with a blue cheese aioli dip. THAT was delicious and when I mentioned this to the chef who came out to see how the meal was, he asked if I wanted the recipe. He had that delivered to the cabin the following day! Will definitely book in Pinnacle again our next cruise. Food at the Lido was decent overall, we generally ate breakfast there and the egg dishes were always hot and tasty. We also ate lunch at Dive-In on a couple of occasions. Those were some of the best burgers and fries we’ve ever had!. ENTERTAINMENT As has been discussed on the Holland America boards, this was an area we felt could use improvement. The comedians were alright. The dancers good but certainly could have used live singers to make the performance more enjoyable. BB Kings was the best entertainment on the ship without question! Very talented performers and we would listen to them for hours. Billboard Onboard was a letdown. Like food, music is subjective. We sat down to listen to the piano players do a county set and DW, who is a country fan, wanted to leave after 2 songs. They pretty much butchered those and we just didn’t enjoy any of their other music, so never went back. PORTS We stopped in Key West and just wondered around on our own. We were supposed to make a stop in Grand Turk, but after a couple of tries at docking, the Captain came on and said it was well above the wind threshold for the ship, so sadly we had to just wave at the island. Port fees were refunded and the bars were opened up to free beer and wine for an hour that afternoon. Our next port was Amber Cove and we booked the Monkeyland excursion through the ship. We both enjoyed the little squirrel monkey’s more than we thought we would. Half Moon Cay was outstanding as our final stop. Silky smooth sand, and lots of room as we were the only ship there. DISEMBARKATION Sometime between Half Moon Cay and getting close to Port Everglades, Nieuw Amsterdam apparently developed steering issues with one of the azipods. I say apparently because there were no announcements on-board saying there was an issue. A lot of us figured out something was wrong when they used tugs to get us turned around and docked. The only announcements we heard were “we are delayed and expect to be docked soon”. It was later on, reading cruise critic boards we learned of the reason. We docked about an hour after scheduled time and it was about 30 minutes after that before the first passengers were allowed off the ship, us included in that group. While we made our 10:50 flight with plenty of time to spare, there were a lot of upset and angry passengers waiting in the line. I’m betting if there had been better communication from the bridge and cruise/travel director, it may have calmed some of the people a little bit. SUMMARY Despite the issue with disembarkation, we both thoroughly enjoyed our first Holland America Cruise. We purchased 2 Future Cruise Deposits on-board so we will be sailing with them again. Yes, the entertainment could use a big overhaul and perhaps add a singer or two in a couple of the lounges to help out. Neither of us has to be entertained 24/7, we just would have preferred a couple more options. Our cruise “needs” of clean ship, friendly and attentive staff, and good food were met. Warren
  3. Our group of 8 will be on the Relection of the Seas round trip Amsterdam. We will be staying in Amsterdam for a couple of days after the cruise and need transportation to Banks Mansion. It is easy to get transportation from the airport to the ship, but am having trouble finding ship to hotel. If anyone has suggestions for private transportation, it would be appreciated. We do not want to go by Train or other public transportation. Thanks so much.
  4. Considering booking a couples massage on an upcoming cruise on the NS - wondering about the treatment room setup and spa facilities? I have never had a massage on board and not sure what to expect compared to traditional spas at resorts etc. Thanks!
  5. My 2 sisters, daughter ( who just turned 50) and I are sailing on the Nieuw Amsterdam this Saturday, January 11. I want to treat her to a special birthday dinner at Tamarind. Can anyone recommend which night would be best to reserve? Thanks!
  6. Nieuw Statendam will be at pier 26 (starboard to) from 0530-1700. She will be leaving on a 7-day Tropical Caribbean cruise. Half Moon Cay, Bahamas (17 Feb 0800-1700); Grand Turk, Turks and Caicos (19 Feb 0800-1700); Amber Cove, Dominican Republic (20 Feb 0800-1700); Key West, Florida (22 Feb 0800-1700); Fort Lauderdale, Florida (23 Feb a0700) Eurodam will be at pier 21 (starboard to) from 0545-1700. She is headed off on a 14-day Panama Canal cruise. She will not be returning to Port Everglades this season. Eurodam will be doing a few trips to Hawaii before the Alaska season begins. Cartagena, Colombia (19 Feb 0800-1400); Panama Canal (Cruising Canal) (20 Feb 0500-0500); Puerto Caldera, Costa Rica (22 Feb 0700-1700); Corinto, Nicaragua (23 Feb 0900-1700); Puerto Quetzal, Guatemala (24 Feb 0700-1700); Huatulco, Mexico (25 Feb 1300-1900); Puerto Vallarta, Mexico (27 Feb 1000-2000); San Diego, California (01 Mar a0700) Also in port are Regal Princess at pier 2 from 0500-1600, Celebrity Edge at pier 25 from 0600-1530, Allure OTS at pier 18 from 0515-1630, and Caribbean Princess who overnighted at pier 4 will leave at 1600. The PTZtv webcams can be found at https://www.portevergladeswebcam.com/ and https://www.ftlauderdalewebcam.com/. Also, Nieuw Amsterdam will be in Key West from 0800-1700. https://www.keywestharborwebcam.com/ For the Addicts: Zuiderdam will be in Aruba on Tuesday, 18 February from 1300-2300. https://www.portarubawebcam.com/ Next up: Veendam on Wednesday, 19 February.
  7. Can anyone tell me if the Thermal Spa on the Nieuw Statendam has a steam room? The write up says it has steam but did not say steam room. I did try looking it up before asking. I just haven’t had any luck finding an answer.
  8. Eight cruise ships in port on a busy Sunday. Nieuw Statendam will be at pier 26 (port to) from 0530-1700. She is headed off on a 7-day Eastern Caribbean cruise. Amber Cove, Dominican Republic (25 Feb 1100-1800); San Juan, Puerto Rico (26 Feb 1100-2300); St Thomas, US Virgin Islands (27 Feb 0800-1700); Half Moon Cay, Bahamas (29 Feb 0800-1500); Fort Lauderdale, Florida (01 Mar a0700) Koningsdam will be at pier 19 (starboard to) from 0445-1700. She is doing a 10-day Southern Caribbean Seafarer cruise. Half Moon Cay, Bahamas (24 Feb 0800-1500); Grand Turk, Turks and Caicos (25 Feb 1100-1800); Amber Cove, Dominican Republic (26 Feb 0800-1800); Kralendijk, Bonaire (28 Feb 0800-1800); Willemstad, Curacao (29 Feb 0700-2300); Oranjestad, Aruba (01 Mar 0700-1700); Fort Lauderdale, Florida (04 Mar a0700) Also in port are Adventure OTS at pier 29 from 0430-1730, Allure OTS at pier 18 from 0515-1630, Carnival Magic at pier 4 from 0400-1600, Celebrity Edge at pier 25 from 0600-1530, Celebrity Silhouette at pier 21 fro, 0545-1600, and Regal Princess at pier 2 from 0500-1600. The PTZtv webcams can be found at https://www.ftlauderdalewebcam.com/ and https://www.portevergladeswebcam.com/. Next up: Rotterdam on Monday, 24 February.
  9. It is another full house in Port Everglades with eight cruise ships in port. Eurodam will be at pier 26 (port to) from 0530-1700. She will be doing a 7-day Tropical Caribbean Holiday Cruise. Half Moon Cay, Bahamas (29 Dec 0800-1700); Grand Turk, Turks and Caicos (31 Dec 0800-1700); Amber Cove, Dominican Republic (01 Jan 0800-1700); Nassau, Bahamas (03 Jan 0800-1700); Fort Lauderdale, Florida (04 Jan a0700) Nieuw Amsterdam will be at pier 21 (starboard to) from 0645-1700. She is headed off on a 7-day Western Caribbean Holiday Cruise. Half Moon Cay, Bahamas (29 Dec 0800-1600); Falmouth, Jamaica (31 Dec 0800-1700); George Town, Grand Cayman (01 Jan 0800-1600); Cozumel, Mexico (02 Jan 1100-2300); Fort Lauderdale, Florida (04 Jan a0700) Veendam will be at pier 19 (port to) from 0545-1700. She is doing an 11-day Southern Caribbean Wayfarer Holiday Cruise. Nassau, Bahamas (29 Dec 0800-1400); San Juan, Puerto Rico (31 Dec 1100-1800); Basseterre, St. Kitts (01 Jan 1000-1800); St Johns, Antigua (02 Jan 0800-1700); Philipsburg, St. Maarten (03 Jan 0800-2300); Tortola, British Virgin Islands (04 Jan 0700-1600); Half Moon Cay, Bahamas (06 Jan 0800-1700); Fort Lauderdale, Florida (08 Jan a0700) Also in port are Carnival Sunrise at pier 4 from 0400-1600, Celebrity Equinox at pier 25 from 0600-1530, Independence OTS at pier 29 from 0430-1630, Majesty OTS at pier 18 from 0615-1600, and Sky Princess at pier 2 from 0500-1600. The PTZtv webcams can be found at https://www.portevergladeswebcam.com/ and https://www.ftlauderdalewebcam.com/. Next up: Nieuw Statendam on Sunday, 29 December.
  10. I finally got my cabin assignment, and this cabin is located near the forward elevators, with a handicapped VD on one side and an oceanview on the other. When I looked at the deck plan, the cabin itself looks like it's set a little farther back than some others and the balcony looks to be a bit deeper than the corresponding VDs on that deck. Is this correct? Has anyone ever stayed in either this cabin or the corresponding one on the starboard side? I assume the configuration is the same on the Eurodam, so if anyone has experience with these cabins on either ship, I'd love some feedback. Two pluses -- I'll be close to the elevators both near the piano bar and the Crow's Nest!
  11. Holland America’s Amsterdam in Auckland as part of her World cruise . Early morning shot ..red sky in the morning ?
  12. Eurodam will be at pier 26 (port to) from 0515-1700. She is going on a 7-day Western Caribbean Holiday cruise. Half Moon Cay, Bahamas (22 Dec 0800-1600); Falmouth, Jamaica (24 Dec 0800-1700); George Town, Grand Cayman (25 Dec 0800-1600); Cozumel, Mexico (26 Dec 1100-2300); Fort Lauderdale, Florida (28 Dec a0700) Nieuw Amsterdam will be at pier 19 (starboard to) until 1700. She arrived on the 20th at about 8 pm and hopefully she is all fixed. She is headed out on a 7-day Tropical Caribbean Holiday. cruise. Nassau, Bahamas (22 Dec 0800-1700); Amber Cove, Dominican Republic (24 Dec 0800-1700); Grand Turk, Turks and Caicos (25 Dec 0800-1700); Half Moon Cay, Bahamas (27 Dec 0800-1500); Fort Lauderdale, Florida (28 Dec a0700) Rotterdam will be at pier 21 (starboard to) from 0530-1700. She will be doing a 17-day Panama Canal Holiday cruise. Half Moon Cay, Bahamas (22 Dec 0800-1700); Willemstad, Curacao (25 Dec 0800-2300); Oranjestad, Aruba (26 Dec 0800-1800); Panama Canal (Cruising Canal) (28 Dec 0500-0500); Puerto Caldera, Costa Rica (30 Dec 0700-1700); Corinto, Nicaragua (31 Dec 0900-1700); Puerto Quetzal, Guatemala (01 Jan 0700-1700); Huatulco, Mexico (02 Jan 1300-1900); Puerto Vallarta, Mexico (04 Jan 1000-2000); San Diego, California (07 Jan a0700) Also in port are Adventure OTS at pier 18 from 0600-1730, Carnival Magic at pier 4 from 0430-1600, Celebrity Equinox at pier 25 from 0545-1530, and Sky Princess at pier 2 from 0500-1600. The PTZtv webcams can be found at https://www.ftlauderdalewebcam.com/ and https://www.ftlauderdalewebcam.com/. Also Nieuw Statendam will be in Key West from 0800-1700. https://www.keywestharborwebcam.com/. Next up: Koningsdam and Nieuw Statendam on Sunday, 22 December.
  13. Looking to see if anyone has had Aft cabin 7055 on the Amsterdam. Would love to see photos of the inside of the cabin as well as one looking out to see how much is obstructed by the stairway. I would be very interested in experiences and opinions of this cabin. I will be doing the 14 day Alaska roundtrip out of Seattle in July. Thanks in advance!!
  14. Holland America has long been known for its excellent, comprehensive itineraries and for an expertise in Alaska cruising driven by its long history offering cruises -- and land tours -- in the state. In recent year, the line has also earned a reputation for some of the best live music in the industry. But when Cruise Critic was invited to ... View the full article
  15. Anyone have hotel advice near the port??
  16. Nieuw Amsterdam will be at pier 26 (port to) from 0630-1700. She will be doing a 7-day Eastern Caribbean cruise. Grand Turk, Turks and Caicos (16 Dec 0800-1500); San Juan, Puerto Rico (17 Dec 1300-2300); St Thomas, US Virgin Islands (18 Dec 0800-1700); Half Moon Cay, Bahamas (20 Dec 0800-1500); Fort Lauderdale, Florida (21 Dec a0700) Also in port are Carnival Sunrise at pier 4 from 0430-1600, Celebrity Equinox at pier 25 from 0600-1530, Independence OTS at pier 18 from 0615-1630, Majesty OTS at pier 19 from 1015 (???seems late since she is coming from Nassau)-1600, and Sky Princess at pier 2 from 0500-1600. The PTZtv webcam can be found at https://www.portevergladeswebcam.com/ and https://www.ftlauderdalewebcam.com/. Also: Eurodam will be in Aruba from 1300-2300. https://www.portarubawebcam.com/ Next up: Koningsdam and Nieuw Statendam on Sunday, 15 December.
  17. Back home now about a week, not all unpacked yet (but hey, it took more than a week to get packed, right?) and getting around to considering my reflections on this special itinerary of 48 nights R/T San Diego. I’ll try to add a bit more every day or so, that is if you’re up for it. First: Why this cruise? We wanted something easy, a real vacation. Last few years we have done complex and energetic touring - long trips, 9 to 16 weeks to far-away places… all grand but all exhausting. R/T San Diego to beautiful Hawaii, equatorial and south Pacific islands… hmmmm sounds magical! Second: Who are we? Retired (DH early 70s and me early 60s) but active, sometimes too active…. We live in the rural mountains of northern NM; work hard continuing to construct and remodel a fire-resistant log home and new addition in the forest (it’s 4 miles down a dirt road to our mailbox, almost 1000’ lower in elevation that the house at 8700’)… and we work hard volunteering with our local fire department as EMTs, Search and Rescuers and, hopefully not very often, firefighters… plus all the trainings and administrivia that go along with it. It all takes a toll physically and emotionally, so a real vacation was our agenda this year. We are closer to value cruisers than luxury cruisers but booked a window room (yea! luxury for us) on Dolphin deck (most stable) near the aft elevator (closest route to the food – gotta get the priorities right). We turned 4 star Mariners on this cruise and they actually contacted us to give us our pins, have our ship-cards changed to show are new star and even left a new laundry form in our room that day! Quite the surprise for this to happen mid-cruise….. I should add that we’re platinum on Princess and gold or purple or Mars or something like that on Carnival, Celebrity and NCL… we book for the right timing and prices. My cruise motto: It’s hard to have a bad on a cruise ship! Booking: Called our HAL PCC in April and got a decent booking set up, yikes! 48 nights, wow. Later I found a big price difference from a big box store TA. Called PCC who said, “I can match the price but not the OBC”. So he re-fared the price, added the insurance that I requested (hey, the S. Pacific is a very long way from everywhere!), maintained his OBC and Pinnacle Grill dinner to us and helped me transfer the whole deal to the TA saying to me, “No problem, we want to do whatever gets you your best deal!” Really…. And it all happened. Pre-Cruise: Easy non-stop flight to SAN airport; SuperShuttle already vouchered by the Urban Boutique Hotel included in their $90/night price that we got from booking.com several months in advance - and we’re there! Great location with a 5 minute walk to Little Italy for supper (and 2 bottles of wine); excellent continental breakfast included at hotel. Rooms were fine… think European style and size, but all we needed and comfortable including bottled water, refrigerator, free WiFi, big flat scree HD TV… come to think of it, all the things we wouldn’t have on the ship! Worked great for us. (BTW, with IRL_Joanie’s recommendation I tried to get a room at the Best Western Bayside but they were all sold out when I was booking… much later on they opened up some rooms but at $200, so we stayed with what we had, no regrets.) Embarkation: San Diego is known for difficult embarkations, but we had no issues. We walked/rolled our way to the terminal from the hotel at about 11:00, the “10 minute” walk took longer for us rolling slowly so we got there about 11:30, dropped our luggage with the terminal porters (more on that later) and checked which doors and lines to use so we didn’t wind up on the NCL Sun (nice ship, we’ve been on her but they weren’t going to the south Pacific). It took about an hour to get all checked-in and to our room, all standing in lines or slogging along, no sitting around. We carried 2 bottles of wine that nobody seemed to care about. At check-in our passports were taken in exchange for a receipt – I said a little prayer for the angels to watch over them… same as for our luggage when I let go of it… Room: The OV on Amsterdam is a good size for us. I really like having the full size couch… wish the OVs on Lower Promenade deck had a full couch but, alas, we’ll use the stairs and burn some calories. We had the small adjustable table which was adequate (juggled many lunches on it plus a few suppers), a largish and comfortable chair at the desk instead of a stool - nice, 3 drawers in the desk piece, and 5 closets! No refrigerator, which would have been nice but I didn’t want to give up the space under the desk and there’s really no other place for it except if it could be plugged into one of the 5 closets… think they could? I didn’t try. The TV is antiquated, IMO… which I’m going to stop adding to the text because all this of this is my opinion… the TVs are old flat-screen models sitting kitty-corner on an elevated shelf over the desk. They not only are not high definition but they have very poor resolution, you can barely read the text on the navigation page, especially the white lettering on the blue-grey background, very poor… and I just had my fire-fighter physical and my eyes are 20/15, well with glasses. The remotes don’t hit the sensor well because of the shelf but I will say that Ruth C’s tip to bounce the signal off the ceiling helped a lot… genius Ruth! The TV selections are not interactive but they did have 3 news channels, a couple of movies including yesterday’s showing in the Wajang Theater, and the replays of the many enrichment speakers’ talks, so great to have that because it isn’t always possible to get to the presentations live. Oh yes, the CD’s Good Morning Amsterdam was shown everyday along with 48 days of the shore excursion CD, jewelry shopping channel, 48 days of the same Future Cruise presentation on its dedicated channel, and 3 HAL music channels. Bow-Cam channel is handy to hear the announcements on the PA from the CD and the Captain…. also the many times the Officer of the Watch went through the crew fire and safety drill routines…. nice to know they were drills at least. The temperature in our room (1932) stayed at 72 degrees +/- 1 degree the whole trip, well after we spent a day or so getting it adjusted to our liking, as measured on my travel clock on my nightstand. I think this is first for us - DH always referred to the thermostat as a useless wall decoration; it seemed to work this time, or something did. I still used the pre-cruise-requested fan every night to blow a soft breeze on my side of the bed, what a blessing! And after the first night of “hard” sleep we requested a mattress pad and slept much better for it. I used to think the HAL beds were so comfortable, is it that I’m getting old? Maybe Amsterdam beds are getting old. DH has a feather allergy and we made sure there was nothing in the bedding with feathers. But he reacted to the room as if there were, although mildly, and made good use of his allergy meds… I really do think it came through the HVAC system. Oh well, the ship is shared space… refer back to cruise motto, above. Lighting by the safe is terrible, but I don’t want to nit-pick too much so I’ll add a smile and say that I love having real hangers, hangers that we can take off the rod, and the steward gladly brought me a few more the first day as I unpacked. We arranged the fold-up/flop-down shelves to augment our 3 drawers and settled in, ahhhh, welcome aboard! m-- Next time ... How to enjoy 5 sea days to Hawaii....
  18. Presumably repaired, Nieuw Amsterdam is under way and headed for Port Everglades
  19. I’m looking for recommendations for pre-cruise places to stay in Amsterdam. Thanks Sent from my iPad using Forums
  20. Just checked our When & Where. Happy Hour is from 4 pm to 6 pm in ALL open bars. Glad it’s not limited to just one or two places. Guess where we’ll be shortly!
  21. My husband and I are flying to Amsterdam this spring and our flight arrives at 8:30 in the morning. We need to get a hotel since we arrive on May 1 and our river cruise leaves on May 2. The questions are: where should we get our hotel? close to the airport or closer to the port? Also, do most hotels have a luggage room? Assuming we will need to store our luggage somewhere so we can explore a bit.
  22. We are currently on the NS and having a wonderful time. We have been advised by a couple of beverage staff that the 1L bottles of spring water are not included in the SBP. The cost is well below the $11 limit. Prior to revising our reservation to include the SBP our analysis included our spring water consumption. During our previous cruises the large bottles of Evian were included in the SBP. Where did I miss this information? I plan to stop by Guest Services and inquire. BaltimoreCruise
  23. We just finished our first HAL cruise, a week on the Nieuw Amsterdam. Already looking to book our next. Because I work for a large university, we can only really travel from about 12/12/20 to 01/10/21. We travel with four of our youngest children(ages 7-17) and usually bring one or two extra with us, so cost is definitely a factor. We LOVED Half Moon Cay. We don't like the itinerary on the Nieuw Amsterdam the week we are looking at (alas, no HMC!); none of us have ever been to any of the ports that the Veendam will sail to that week (Trujillo Honduras, Costa Maya Mexico, Guatemala, and Belize). We prefer smaller, quieter, more intimate ships. We don't smoke though and really appreciated not having to walk through a smoky casino on the HAL-NA. Our children don't need any activities to be entertained. Veendam has some very bad reviews. That isn't always truth, so we're looking for feedback. We just had four interior cabins on the Verandah deck of the Veendam held. Not sure if that was a good plan or not; we have a day or two to decide...
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