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3 hours ago, AtlantaCruiser72 said:

Bingo!  That was an easy one I'll admit.  She had one of the better art collections in the fleet IMHO

The Rotterdam was the best of the R class as far as art, atrium, Pinnacle, and overall trim IMHO. She also was the fastest. 

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7 hours ago, rotjeknor said:

Which ship ?

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The railings on the balcony, instead of solid steel or glass, make me think it's the Prinsendam. 
Loved those balconies! So easy to see out, and no salt spray to mar the view. 

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8 hours ago, RuthC said:

The railings on the balcony, instead of solid steel or glass, make me think it's the Prinsendam. 
Loved those balconies! So easy to see out, and no salt spray to mar the view. 

Right ! This one is from Vista Suite 124 .

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On 9/28/2020 at 12:51 PM, AtlantaCruiser72 said:


Noordam of 1902.  Holds a place in the Titanic tragedy as the vessel that alerted Titanic of ice In the area where Titanic eventually sunk.

When you take a trip through the Titanic museum in Belfast, you can find Holland American ships that were built there after the turn of the century.  I don't remember if Noordam was one of them. 

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On 10/5/2020 at 11:29 AM, JeffElizabeth said:

When you take a trip through the Titanic museum in Belfast, you can find Holland American ships that were built there after the turn of the century.  I don't remember if Noordam was one of them. 

 

Yes, Noordam I (1902-1927) was built at Harland & Wolff in Belfast, Northern Ireland and was a sister to Potsdam (1900-1915) and Ryndam I (1901-1929) although, of those two, Potsdam was built in Hamburg, Germany at Blohm & Voss. Ryndam I, like Noordam, was built in Belfast

 

 

Holland America Line - Noordam I #2.jpg

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2 hours ago, indokiwi said:

OK, I'll play - which ship?  A hint since it could be so many - she's still in the fleet.  Several bonus points if you can name the port.

 

Ship in port.JPG

 

Volendam, Vaitape, Bora Bora, Society Islands

 

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