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Holland America Cruise Line

"A Tradition Of Excellence"


When Carnival Cruise Line acquired Holland America some years ago they were smart enough to leave all the operations in the hands of Holland America's management instead of just repainting the ships with the Carnival logo. Holland America has established quite different image than Carnival, targeting completely different sort of passengers (more mature folks) and offering more formal and stylish cruises and service. The majority of Holland America passengers do not even know that the company is owned by Carnival.
On the employees side, Holland America is paying slightly higher salaries, but they are expecting also a higher quality of service and crew members party mainly between themselves (considering the age group of majority of the passenger). Holland America is offering also worldwide itineraries, while Carnival is concentrated mainly on the Caribbean market (with a few exceptions).


Fleet and itineraries:

Zaandam: Dutch registered, built 2000, 63.000 gross tons, 1.440 passengers, 561 crew members.
Itineraries: Eastern/Western Caribbean, Panama Canal
 
     
Volendam: Dutch registered, built 1999, 63.000 gross tons, 1.440 passengers, 561 crew members.
Itineraries: Eastern/Southern Caribbean, Panama Canal, Mexican Riviera, Alaska.
 
     
Rotterdam: Dutch registered, built 1997, 62.000 gross tons, 1.316 passengers, 593 crew members.
Itineraries: Scandinavia, Russia, Mediterranean, Caribbean, Panama Canal, World Cruise.
 
     
Amsterdam: Dutch registered, built 2000. 61.000 gross tons, 1.380 passengers, 600 crew members.
Itineraries: Southern Caribbean, Panama Canal, Mexican Riviera, Alaska.
 
     
Statendam: Dutch registered, built 1993, 55.000 gross tons, 1.266 passengers, 557 crew members.
Itineraries: Hawaii, Mexican Riviera, Alaska.
 
     
Veendam: Dutch registered, built 1996, 55.000 gross tons,1.266 passengers; 557 crew members.
Itineraries: Southern Caribbean, Alaska, Panama Canal.
 
     
Ryndam: Dutch registered, built 1994, 50.000 gross tons,
1.266 passengers, 557 crew members.
Itineraries: Western Caribbean, Panama Canal, Alaska,
South America.
 
     
Maasdam: Dutch registered, built , 50.000 gross tons, 1.266
passengers; 557 crew members.
Itineraries: Mediterranean, Northern Europe, Trans-Atlantic,
Eastern Canada, New England, Eastern/Western Caribbean
 
     
Westerdam: Dutch registered, built 1986, 54.000 gross tons,
1.494 passengers, crew members.
Itineraries: Eastern Caribbean, Panama Canal, Alaska.
 
Noordam: Dutch registered, built 1984, 34.000 gross tons,
1.214 passengers, crew members.
Itineraries: Mediterranean, Morocco/Atlantic Isles, Caribbean,
South America.
 


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